Call For Papers: Canadian Law and Economics Association 22nd Annual Meeting

April 4, 2013 at 3:04 pm Leave a comment

The Canadian Law and Economics Association is now accepting paper submissions for its 22nd annual meeting to be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 28 and 29, at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. They will be accepting papers on all areas of law and economics.

Submissions should be made by July 1, 2013 and may be submitted by going here.

For more information, go here.

Topics: Calls for Papers, Economics and the Law

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