Call for Papers – Freedom of Contract: Federalist Society’s Faculty Division

January 17, 2013 at 6:55 pm Leave a comment

The Federalist Society’s Faculty Division is pleased to announce a Call for Papers relating to the topic of Freedom of Contract. Up to three submissions will be selected for inclusion in an upcoming Faculty Division colloquium on the topic Freedom of Contract. Authors of the selected pieces will each receive a prize of $5,000 (any co-authors must share a single prize).  TOPIC: The Freedom of Contract topic is intentionally broad in scope, though we have a particular interest in papers that examine limitations imposed on freedom of contract under our legal system, the attendant justifications for these limitations, including in areas such as labor & employment, consumer contracts, or corporations/business entities, and potential responses to these justifications.

Submissions must be sent via Microsoft Word or pdf attachment to no later than 5:00pm Eastern Time on Friday, March 1.

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