:: Calls :: Metagiuridica, an informal graduate discussion group belonging to the Tarello Institute for Legal Philosophy, invites submissions for presentations this year. We are looking for working papers, camera-ready, or recently published contributions from established academics and graduate students.
There are no formal deadlines for submissions, as they are accepted throughout the year. Those interested are encouraged to email us abstracts: firstname.lastname@example.org
This email should contain the following information: (1) an abstract with no more than 600 words; (2) your academic affiliation; and (3) a date proposal.
Metagiuridica is conceived to be an informal graduate discussion group of the Tarello Institute for Legal Philosophy, dedicated to host meetings among graduate students and professors, especially from other universities (and other countries).
The topics of our group are comprehensive, including mainly legal philosophy, legal sociology and legal history, but it is also open to discuss connected topics.
For more information, and a calendar of our activities, please visit our blog.