:: Calls :: The 2nd Harvard Graduate Legal Philosophy Colloquium takes place on April 15-16 at the Law School. Deadline for submissions: February 8
The aim of this second Colloquium is to allow graduate students from all disciplines to present their work on a wide variety of topics at the intersection of law and philosophy, and to critically engage with both faculty and other graduate students in these areas. The Colloquium is open to both current students and recent graduates (up to three years from graduation) from any university or research institution around the world.
Call for Papers
Abstracts of up to 500 words should be submitted by February 8th, to Gustavo Ribeiro at firstname.lastname@example.org and Lisa McJohn at email@example.com together with the author’s contact information and current CV. Applicants will be informed of acceptance by February 12th. Accepted presenters must submit papers of up to 15,000 words by March 18th. All submissions must be in English and should explore a topic in law and philosophy or legal theory; other than that, there are no restrictions on topics, issues, or academic approaches.
For more information, visit: http://graduatecolloquium.law.harvard.edu/.