Law and Society

Call for Papers and Panels - Critical Perspectives on Culture and Preservation: Precarity in our Past, Present, and Future Cultural Heritages

Deadline: 
07/1/16
Event Date: 
09/1/16 to 09/3/16
Location name: 
Kent University, Canterbury U.K.
Organization: 
Kent University, U.K.

Call for Papers and Panels - Critical Perspectives on Culture and Preservation: Precarity in our Past, Present, and Future Cultural Heritages

This year’s Critical Legal Conference will feature a stream on “Critical Perspectives on Culture and Preservation: Precarity in our Past, Present, and Future Cultural Heritages”, for which both paper and panel submissions are encouraged. The conference occurs between September 1st and 3rd, 2016 at Kent University.

Call for a Papers on Juvenile Law

Deadline: 
10/14/16
Event Date: 
03/1/17
Location name: 
South Dakota Law Review
Organization: 
The University of South Dakota School of Law and the South Dakota Law Review

The University of South Dakota School of Law will host a juvenile law symposium September 30, 2016, and in conjunction, the South Dakota Law Review will publish a symposium issue in Spring 2017, highlighting this important topic. Submissions are due byOct. 14, 2016.

The South Dakota Law Review is currently accepting submissions for articles or essays pertaining to juvenile law topics. Ideally, submissions should be 15-30 pages long.

Call For Papers: The 4th Annual TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars in Law LAW IN A CHANGING SOCIETY

Deadline: 
05/16/16
Event Date: 
11/21/16 to 11/23/16
Location name: 
el Aviv University, Buchmann Faculty of Law Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies Tel Aviv, Israel
Organization: 
David Berg Institute for Law and History Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law GlobalTrust Research Project S. Horowitz Institute for Intellectual Property Law and Environment Program Zvi

Call for Papers The 4th Annual TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars in Law LAW IN A CHANGING SOCIETY 21-23 November 2016 Tel Aviv University, Buchmann Faculty of Law Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies Tel Aviv, Israel Sponsored by David Berg Institute for Law and History Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law GlobalTrust Research Project S. Horowitz Institute for Intellectual Property Law and Environment Program Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies Minerva Center for Human Rights Edmond J.

Call for Abstracts for the 3rd Thematic IASC-­‐Conference on Knowledge Commons entitled “Advancing Knowledge Commons through Legal and Social Changes: When commons meet law and public policy”

Deadline: 
04/15/16
Event Date: 
10/20/16 to 10/21/16
Location name: 
Paris, France
Organization: 
The SciencesPo Paris and the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC)

The SciencesPo Paris and the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) announces a call for abstracts for the 3rd Thematic IASC-­‐Conference on Knowledge Commons entitled “Advancing Knowledge Commons through Legal and Social Changes:

Call for Papers: 2016 Law and Culture Conference 2016 ‘(In)visibility’ What does it mean to be seen?

Deadline: 
04/30/16
Event Date: 
09/5/16 to 09/6/16
Location name: 
St Mary’s University, Twickenham, London, United Kingdom
Organization: 
Centre for Law and Culture St Mary’s University

Centre for Law and Culture St Mary’s University, Twickenham 5th-6th September 2016 Law and Culture Conference 2016 ‘(In)visibility’ Call for Papers What does it mean to be seen? What does it mean to see? What can and cannot, should and should not, be visible? What are the limits of legal sight, and what lies beyond? What can academic and critical study make visible to law? Can (in)visibility produce (in)justice?

Call For Participation: Fisher v. University of Texas and the Future of Affirmative Action

Deadline: 
03/11/16
Event Date: 
08/3/16
Location name: 
Amelia Island, FL
Organization: 
Professor Eang Ngov (Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law)

Professor Eang Ngov (Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law) is seeking participants to join a discussion group on Fisher v. University of Texas and the Future of Affirmative Action Aug. 3, 2016, 9 a.m. -12 p.m., at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference.

Call For Papers: Economics and Law of Public Pension Reform

Deadline: 
04/10/16
Event Date: 
12/1/16 to 12/2/16
Location name: 
Fairfax, VA
Organization: 
The Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law

The Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law will host two events during the fall of 2016 on The Economics and Law of Public Pension Reform.

We believe the looming public pension crisis poses a considerable threat to states’ fiscal soundness and public welfare that can be better addressed by promoting scholarly research on the subject and disseminating the results of that research to the appropriate audiences.

Call for Nominations: Harold Berman Prize for Excellence in Law & Religion Scholarship

Deadline: 
07/15/16
Event Date: 
01/4/17 to 01/7/17
Location name: 
2017 AALS Annual Meeting
Organization: 
AALS Section on Law & Religion

Call for Nominations: Harold Berman Prize for Excellence in Law &
Religion Scholarship

Starting this year, the AALS Section on Law & Religion will award the
"Harold Berman Prize" to recognize scholarly excellence by an
untenured professor at an AALS Member School.

The Prize will be given to the author of an article, published between
July 15, 2015 and July 15, 2016, which has made an outstanding
scholarly contribution to the field of law and religion.

Call for Papers: “Law between Global and Colonial: Techniques of Empire”

Deadline: 
03/1/16
Event Date: 
10/3/16 to 10/5/16
Location name: 
University of Helsinki, Finland
Organization: 
University of Helsinki

“Law between Global and Colonial: Techniques of Empire”, University of Helsinki, (3-5 October 2016) The Conference Law Between Global and Colonial: Techniques of Empire proposes to discuss the legal languages and techniques through which colonial powers ruled non-European territories and populations throughout the modern age. The aim of the Conference is to examine in detail the juridical practices and discourses of colonial powers when they exercised their supremacy over colonial subjects and disciplined them.

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