International Graduate Legal Research Conference – Call for papers
16 Feb 2009
Registration just £20 (if sufficient funding received – free for students) please check website for details.
Call for Papers
We are delighted to announce the Third International Graduate Legal Research Conference (IGLRC). The Conference will take place in heart of London’s legal quarter on July 2nd & 3rd 2009. It will host papers from those excelling in graduate legal research across Europe and the world. The Conference will provide a forum for debate, the exchange of ideas, and the furtherance of knowledge.
The Conference is hosted by King’s College London School of Law and Graduate School and all proceedings will take place in King’s Strand Campus, located in the centre of London. The campus is within walking distance of the Royal Courts of Justice, Whitehall, and the Houses of Parliament at Westminster. For further information on this conference please go to: http://www.iglrc.com/index.html
The Committee of the Third International Graduate Legal Research Conference (IGLRC) invites abstracts for consideration. The topics to be covered by the Conference include, but are not limited to:
Constitutional & Administrative Law of the EU
Commercial & Contract Law
Criminology & Criminal Justice
Human Rights in the 21st Century
WTO & International Trade Law
The closing date for receipt of abstracts is March 6th. Successful applicants will be informed by April 3rd. The sessions will be chaired by leading academics and practitioners in each field. The authors of abstracts selected for presentation will be expected to submit completed papers (with a maximum length of 6,000 words) by May 15th 2008. The Committee is close to securing publication of the best papers presented at the Conference.
Abstracts should be 400 words in length and should be accompanied by the applicant’s brief CV. Submissions and queries should be sent to: email@example.com. Electronic submissions are preferred. However, a hard copy may be submitted to:
International Graduate Legal Research Conference
School of Law
King’s College London