Post date: 04/24/17 | Abstract Deadline: 06/1/17 | Event Date: 10/2/17 to 10/3/17

Location: Montgomery, AL

Faulkner Law Review invites proposals for its ninth volume.  The theme of this volume will be “The Role of the Executive in the Anglo-American Legal Tradition.”  Authors accepted for publication will be invited to present their articles at our annual Law Review Symposium, which will be held on October 2-3, 2017 in Montgomery, AL.  This year’s keynote speaker will be former Solicitor General of the United States and United States Court of Appeals Judge Kenneth Starr.  Our Monday plenary speaker will be Professor Carson Holloway, associate professor of political science at the University of N

Post date: 04/24/17 | Abstract Deadline: 04/24/17 | Event Date: 04/24/17

Location: London

Call for papers What does it mean to break the world? What is legitimate resistance to state power? When does authority spill over into repression? What happens when a sovereign loses control? What is an anarchic act? Is anarchic thought possible? What is anarchy’s relationship to chaos and disorder? What is its relationship to order and regulation? How are such concepts represented—if they can be—in legal, social, political, moral, and critical philosophies? Can anarchy be a duty?

Post date: 04/24/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/15/17 | Event Date: 09/28/17 to 09/30/17

Location: Orlando, FL

LatCrit XXI Biennial Conference

Orlando, Florida





Post date: 04/24/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/1/17 | Event Date: 07/19/17

Location: Minneapolis, MN

In advance of its annual meeting, ALWD invites participants for a half-day teaching workshop on July 19, 2017, from 9am-1:30pm. Breakfast and lunch will be included.

Post date: 04/24/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/26/17 | Event Date: 06/2/17 to 06/3/17

Location: Spokane, WA

2017 Junior IP Scholars (JIPSA) Workshop
Friday–Saturday, June 2–3, 2017
Gonzaga University School of Law
721 N Cincinnati Street
Spokane, WA 99202


Post date: 04/21/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/1/17 | Event Date: 12/11/17 to 12/12/17

Location: Jerusalem and Haifa

Call For Papers

Cyber Challenges to International Human Rights

December 11-12, 2017, Jerusalem and Haifa

The CyberLaw Program, International Cybersecurity Research Center, Hebrew University and The Cyber, Law and Policy Center Haifa University

Post date: 04/21/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/15/17 | Event Date: 10/2/17 to 10/3/17

Location: Aarhus, Denmark

Call for Papers: Business and Human Rights workshop in Aarhus in October

Call for Papers for the workshop at Aarhus University on 2-3 October about the Responsibility of Home States, the European Union, and International Organizations in the area of Business and Human Rights and Testimonies from Communities and Individuals Impacted by Business Activities

07.04.2017 | TARA VAN HO

Participation in the Workshop 

Post date: 04/17/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/31/17 | Event Date: 10/26/17 to 10/27/17

Location: The Hague

‘Unseen actors’ are central to the ‘institutional makeup’ of international courts and tribunals as registries and secretariats, law clerks and legal officers may exert varying levels of influence on the judicial process.

At this conference, legal and political science scholars and members of adjudicatory institutions will consider and discuss the legitimacy of assigning ‘unseen actors’ certain roles in the judicial process as well as the implications thereof for the legitimacy of the dispute settlement mechanism as such.

Post date: 04/17/17 | Abstract Deadline: 04/17/17 | Event Date: 04/17/17

Location: New York

August 10–11, 2017
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
55 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Twitter: #IPSC2017
Conference Website

Important Dates

Post date: 04/6/17 | Abstract Deadline: 04/15/17 | Event Date: 06/8/17

Location: Arlington, Virginia

OVERVIEW: Data flows are central to an increasingly large share of the economy. A wide array of products and business models - from the sharing economy and artificial intelligence to autonomous vehicles and embedded medical devices - rely on personal data. Consequently, privacy regulation leaves a large economic footprint. As with any regulatory enterprise, the key to sound data policy is striking a balance between competing interests and norms that leaves consumers better off.