Posts filed under ‘Civil Procedure’
The workshop pairs a senior scholar with a panel of junior scholars presenting works-in-progress. The workshop is open to untenured and recently tenured academics who teach and write in federal courts, civil rights litigation, civil procedure, and other associated topics. Those who do not currently hold a faculty appointment but expect to do so beginning in fall 2017 are welcome. The program is also open to scholars wanting to attend, read, and comment on papers but not present. There is no registration fee. The conference will begin with a dinner on Friday March 31; panels will take place on Saturday, April 1. Each panel will consist of approximately 4 junior scholars, with a senior scholar serving as moderator and commenter and leading a group discussion on the papers.
The AALS Section on Civil Procedure invites papers for its program, The Roberts Court and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, at the AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 3-7, 2017). The selected paper will be presented on Thursday, January 5; the panel will be 8.30AM to 10.15AM. Papers are due by Aug. 19, 2016.
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Topics: Calls for Papers; Conferences & Symposia; Constitutional Law; Civil Procedure.
The second annual Civil Procedure Workshop at the University of Washington is seeking papers for discussion in the workshop, which will be held July 14-15, 2016. Two page abstracts should be submitted by January 15, 2016. All scholars are welcome to submit papers, but preference may be given to those with less than ten years teaching experience. Send all submissions and questions to Liz Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Topics: Calls for Papers; Civil Procedure.
Vanderbilt Law School’s Branstetter Litigation & Dispute Resolution Program is seeking submissions, for its 2015 New Voices in Civil Justice Scholarship Workshop, to be held May 11-12, 2015 at Vanderbilt Law School. The Branstetter Program draws on a multimillion dollar endowment to support research and curriculum in civil litigation and dispute resolution. Submitted papers should address an aspect of civil justice.
Submissions for the workshop should be e-mailed to email@example.com no later than January 1, 2015. Include your name, current position and contact information in the e-mail.
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Topics: Calls for Papers; Civil Procedure; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Evidence
Workshop: George Mason Law & Economics Center LEC Workshop for Law Professors on the Economics of Litigation and Civil Procedure
The Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law is hosting a workshop for law professors on the Economics of Litigation and Civil Procedure to be held from Thursday, January 29 to Sunday, February 1, 2015 at Hawks Cay Resort in Duck Key, Florida. The workshop is aimed at law professors interested in teaching and conducting research related to civil procedure and litigation and will focus on how economic analysis is used to examine the rules of civil procedure and their effect on litigants’ incentives and litigation outcomes.
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Topics: Conferences and Symposia; Civil Procedure.
The University of Georgia School of Law will host the Seventh Annual Junior Faculty Federal Courts Workshop on October 10-11, 2014. The workshop pairs a senior scholar with a panel of junior scholars presenting works-in-progress.
The workshop is open to untenured and recently tenured academics who teach and write in federal courts, civil rights litigation, civil procedure, and other associated topics. Those wishing to present a paper must submit an abstract by June 20, 2014. Papers will be selected by a committee of past participants, and presenters will be notified by early July.
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Topics: Calls for Papers; Civil Procedure
This conference will be hosted by the New York Law School Law Review and the Racial Justice Project at New York Law School. It will examine aspects of civil society reflected in a selection of Dr. Seuss books, including tolerance, punishment, equality, civil and human rights, land use and property rights, and corporate responsibility, with the help of a cross-disciplinary group of scholars from law, humanities, and philosophy who are recognized leaders in these fields. Each of the panels will address these topics as they relate to a specific Dr. Seuss title. For more information and to register, go here.
Topics: Conferences & Symposia; Civil Procedure; Race & The Law; Interdisciplinary; PropertyLaw; Business Law