Call for Papers: Western Law Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

Western Law invites graduate, post-graduate and recent graduate students from all disciplines to submit abstracts for its upcoming Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference.

Venue: Western University (Canada)
Date: 18-19 May 2017

This year’s conference theme is “Law: Stagnation, Evolution or Revolution?”

We encourage scholars to explore the status of law in an ever-changing world. Has law failed to keep pace with changing societies? Is the law progressive or regressive? Are there areas where law is evolving to address changes? Might the law be a tool for revolution, leading change in societies? Scholars are invited to identify, examine, and challenge the potential boundaries of law. We also strongly encourage abstracts which explore the intersection between law and other disciplines.

Please e-mail your paper abstract to by January 13, 2017 11:59 p.m. EST with a copy of your CV and a 100-word bio. Abstracts should include the title of the paper, a 250-300 word abstract, the student’s institutional affiliation, email address and phone number. Proposals should be suitable for a 15 minute presentation.

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Call for Papers