On September 24th, The Minerva Center’s podcast “What are YOU going to do with THAT?” will host the first early-career researchers virtual conference.
In the event, selected speakers will present their research in 10 minute time slots.
The event is open for all participants from all fields of research (including humanities and STEM).
Please submit your request to present in this form. We will contact selected potential speakers for further details as needed. We aim to make this event as inclusive and equal as possible, and will do our best to accommodate as many speakers as we can. The final decision on the hour of the event will be based on the proposals we will receive and the geographical location of the speakers.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law hosts Designing the Law Student Experience in Blended Learning on September 24-26, 2020. Presentation proposals are due April 1, 2020. Please see the Call for Presentation Proposals for more details.
The Montana Law Review invites submissions for the 2020 biennial Browning Symposium at the
University of Montana’s Blewett School of Law on Sept. 24-25, 2020.Acceptance is on a rolling basis beginning in April 2020.
The topic this biennium is consumer law in the 21 st century, and Richard Cordray, the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and former Ohio attorney general, will give the keynote address.
The Montana Law Review is seeking panelists to share their expertise on cutting edge consumer issues during the symposium and to publish papers in a special symposium edition of the Montana Law Review. Potential topics include, but are not limited to, cryptocurrency, social media influencers, challenges to disclosures, student loans, credit card debt, debt collection, healthcare fraud, pharmaceutical litigation, and data privacy.
Western Montana in the fall is a beautiful place to consider these important issues, and the
Montana Law Review will reimburse reasonable travel expenses for selected participants. Missoula offers unmatched outdoor recreation opportunities, including world-class fishing and hiking, and is located only hours from Glacier National Park.
Interested participants should submit a short abstract for an unpublished paper, along with institutional affiliation and contact information, to symposium editor Kelsey Dayton at email@example.com. The Montana Law Review will select participants on a rolling basis beginning in April.
American University Washington College of Law will host TPRC48: Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy on September 25-26, 2020. The Call for Proposals will be released at the end of January. Abstracts will be due March 15, 2020.
Please see the website for further details.
The American University Washington College of Law will host TPRC48: Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy on September 25-26, 2020. Calls for Proposals are due by March 31, 2020.
For more information, please see the Call for Proposals.
University School of Law in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship invites papers for its upcoming special issue (Fall 2020) exploring copyright considerations associated with libraries and education during the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Manuscripts will be accepted from July 1 through September 30, 2020. Please see the Call for Proposals for additional details and submission information.
Transgender Studies Quarterly (TSQ) is inviting submissions for two upcoming issues.
The submission deadline for the General Issue, TSQ 8.3, is September 30, 2020. The submission deadline for the Transvestite/Transsexual Issue, TSQ 8.4, is October 1, 2020. Please see the Calls for Papers for more details.
The AALS Section on Professional Responsibility invites papers for its program “Professional Responsibility 2021 Works In Progress Workshop” at the AALS Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Two papers will be selected from those submitted. The AALS Annual Meeting will be held January5-9, 2021.
Preference will be given to junior scholars focusing their work in the area of professional responsibility and legal ethics.
Submission Deadline: Please email submissions to Ben Edwards, Associate Professor of Law, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas at Benjamin.Edwards@unlv.edu on or before September 30, 2020 The title of the email submission should read: “Submission – 2021 AALS Section on Professional Responsibility”.
Read the full call here.
The Federal Reserve System, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) invite the submission of papers for their eighth annual community bank research and policy conference, which will be held September 30 – October 1, 2020, at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
The deadline to submit a detailed abstract or completed paper is June 5, 2020. Please send your submissions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the full call here.
The Federal Reserve System, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) invite the submission of papers for their eighth annual community bank research and policy conference, which will be held September 30 – October 1, 2020, at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. For more information, please see the Call for Papers.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together academics, community bankers, regulators and policymakers to focus on the latest academic research on community banking and the important policy issues that affect community banks.
TOPICS: They invite the submission of papers that explore all aspects of community banking. They especially welcome empirical and policy oriented papers. An award will be issued for the accepted paper that is identified by the conference organizing committee as making the most significant contribution to banking research.
The University of Memphis Law Review invites submissions for its annual symposium, on the the topic of “Diagnosing America’s Healthcare System: Addressing Costs and Access NOW,” tentatively scheduled for March 5, 2021.
The deadline for submissions is October 1, 2020. Please see the Call for Papers for more details.
The Common Good Foundation, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, The Center for World Indigenous Studies, The Jersey Law Commission, and the Resolution Journal are hosting the 2nd Environmental Crimes Conference on Oct 1-2, 2020. The deadline for abstracts is March 6, 2020.
Please see the website for more information.
Proposals are be sought for a Conference and Book Launch on Lawyering Skills in the Doctrinal Classroom. The Conference will be held October 2-3, 2020 at the University of North Dakota School of Law.
Join Keynote Speaker Sophie Sparrow & authors from the forthcoming collection, Lawyering Skills in the Doctrinal Classroom, for a discussion about integrating skills pedagogy into traditional doctrinal courses.
All proposals related to this general topic will be considered. Presentations should be approximately 25 minutes each. Presentations on similar topics will be grouped together in 90-minute blocks, allowing for questions at the end of each block.
Proposals should include: Presenter(s) Name(s), Institutional Affiliation, Proposed Title, and a brief (<250 words) description.
Submit proposals to Tammy Pettinato Oltz at email@example.com.
The submission deadline is January 31, 2020.
Ryerson University will host the 14th International Conference on Sustainable Development in Toronto, Canada on October 6-7, 2020. The deadline to submit an Abstract / Paper / Presentation is September 15, 2020.
For more information, please see the Call for Papers.
The Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University invites you to its online Eighth Annual Fall Conference on October 7-8, 2020. The topic is 5G at the Nexus of IP, Antitrust, and Technology Leadership. Please see the event page to register and for more details.