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:: CFP :: The first IIFs-UNAM Philosophy Graduate Conference will be held on 19-20 February 2015, Mexico City. Submissions are expected in any area of analytic philosophy. Papers should not exceed 5000 words in length (excluding abstract and references), should be prepared for blind review, and should be written and presented in English. The date for submission is September 30th 2014. More information is available here.
:: CFP :: The interdisciplinary academic network MetaLawEcon organises its 5th workshop on “What is law for? Philosophical, empirical and evolutionary perspectives” at the University of Debrecen, Hungary (Faculty of Law, Thursday – Friday, 11 and 12 December 2014) and is now calling for paper proposals. The workshop’s general theme, in broad terms, is whether law can be characterised and analysed in functional or instrumental terms, and if so, how. Economic analysis is a prominent but netiher (more…)
:: CFP :: The Edinburgh Postgraduate Law Conference (EPGLC) 2014 will take place on 1-2 December 2014 at Edinburgh Law School’s historic campus, Old College, on the topic ‘Innovation in the Law: New Challenges, New Perspectives’. The conference programme will include a variety of panels, training sessions and keynote speakers: the full programme will be released once all speakers have been selected. (more…)
:: CFP :: In celebration of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, the theme of the British Legal History Conference 2015 at the University of Reading (July 8-11 2015) is ‘Law: Challenges to Authority and the Recognition of Rights’. While different forms and ideas of authority have shaped law historically, law has also been moulded by, and influenced, challenges to authority brought to assert and seek recognition of rights. Magna Carta resulted from one such challenge, but challenges to social, economic, political and (more…)
:: CFP :: The UCLA and University of Antwerp joint Conference on Law and Philosophy will take place on October 10-11 2014, at the University of California, Los Angeles (USA). Students, graduate students, recent law school graduates and recent Ph.D. recipients are invited to submit papers on law and philosophy,broadly construed, with an emphasis on ethics and law or philosophy of language (more…)
:: CFP :: Melbourne Law School will host the seventh annual Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory on 1–2 December 2014. The Forum brings together research students from all academic disciplines to engage with social, political, theoretical, and methodological issues raised by law and legal theory. (more…)
:: CFP :: The Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference is an opportunity for current graduate students in philosophy to present their research to other graduate students and members of the Oxford University Faculty of Philosophy. (more…)
:: CFP :: The Call for Papers for the first Harvard Graduate Legal Philosophy Colloquium is now open. 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. The submissions deadline is September 12, 2014. Here you can go for more information.
:: CFP :: Humana.Mente. Special issue on “Experts And Expertise. Interdisciplinary Issues”. The study of experts and expertise lies at the intersection of cognitive and social psychology, epistemology, philosophy of law, and philosophy of language, but the various perspectives seldom meet together. For these reasons, (more…)