Calls for Papers: Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice Special Issue

January 29, 2013 at 9:09 pm Leave a comment

Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice is now accepting papers for its 2013 special issue on “Access to Knowledge and Social Justice”. Papers are due no later than May 31, 2013. Though topics are not limited, submissions are especially encouraged in the areas of access to knowledge and its intersection with development issues, cultural rights, intellectual property rights, international human rights, international trade, open access publishing, the A2K movement or any combination thereof.

For submission procedures, go here.

For more information on the special issue call for papers, go here.

Topics: Calls for Papers, International Law, Interdisciplinary, Intellectual Property Law, Human rights


Entry filed under: Calls for Papers, Human Rights, Intellectual Property Law, Interdisciplinary, International Law.

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