Law and Society

Call for Papers, Demos, and Posters: We Robot 2021

Deadline: 

02/1/21

Event Date: 

09/23/21 to 09/25/21

Location name: 

Coral Gables, FL

Organization: 

University of Miami School of Law

Call for Papers

Call for Papers: Forced Migration Review- Public Health and WASH

Deadline: 

03/1/21

Event Date: 

06/30/21

Location name: 

n/a

Organization: 

Forced Migration Review

Public health and WASH

Due out: June/July 2021

Deadline for submissions: 1st March 2021

Call for Papers: Examining Black Citizenship from Reconstruction to Black Lives Matter

Deadline: 

12/1/20

Event Date: 

02/5/21

Location name: 

Virtual

Organization: 

Center for Constitutional Law, University of Akron School of Law

Call for Papers: Examining Black Citizenship from Reconstruction to Black Lives Matter

The Center for Constitutional Law at Akron

Virtual Symposium (online)

Friday, Feb. 5, 2021, 9am to 5pm

Call for Papers: Pandemic Politics

Deadline: 

02/28/21

Event Date: 

02/28/21

Location name: 

n/a

Organization: 

South African Society for Critical Theory

The South African Society for Critical Theory invites contributions to a special issue of Acta Academica on Pandemic Politics.

Call for Papers: Misinformation/Disinformation and the Law

Deadline: 

12/1/20

Event Date: 

06/15/21

Organization: 

Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL) at Saint Louis University and the Saint Louis University Law Journal

CALL FOR PAPERS MISINFORMATION/DISINFORMATION AND THE LAW

The Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL) at Saint Louis University and the Saint Louis University Law Journal invite abstract proposals for a special issue on misinformation/disinformation and the law. The avenues for misinformation (the dissemination of inaccurate content, irrespective of intent) and disinformation (the deliberate spread of inaccurate information with the purpose of misleading others) have increased dramatically in recent years, in both online and offline environments.

Call for Papers: Human Rights in Pandemic Times Political Exceptionalism, Social Vulnerability & Restricted Freedoms

Deadline: 

12/15/20

Event Date: 

09/6/21 to 09/7/21

Location name: 

Virtual & Brussels

Organization: 

Faculty from several institutions in Brussels

 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS 

International symposium – 6th & 7th September 2021 - Brussels 

Human Rights in Pandemic Times  

Political Exceptionalism, Social Vulnerability & Restricted Freedoms Comparative and interdisciplinary analyses 

Submission deadline: 15th December 2020 

E-mail: camille.lanssens@ulb.be 

Call for Papers: Mass Incarceration and its Disproportionate Effect

Deadline: 

12/1/20

Event Date: 

04/1/21

Location name: 

Virtual

Organization: 

Idaho Law Review

The Idaho Law Review at the University of Idaho School of Law invites proposals for its annual symposium, which will be held via Zoom in March or April of 2021. This year’s topic, Mass Incarceration, will focus on disparities in U.S. state and federal prisons and solutions toward equitable prison reform.

Call for Papers: Detroit Mercy Law Review Symposium

Deadline: 

10/12/20

Location name: 

Virtual

Organization: 

Detroit Mercy Law Review

2021 Detroit Mercy Law Review Symposium

Pandemic: From Disparity to Equity

Call for Proposals - Deadline: October 12, 2020

The Detroit Mercy Law Review at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law invites proposals for its 105th annual symposium, which will be held March 5, 2021. This year’s topic is Pandemic: From Disparity to Equity, focusing on disparities arising from the current COVID- 19 pandemic and working from those toward an equitable new normal. 

Call for Papers: Child in Migration: Status and Identity

Deadline: 

03/1/20

Event Date: 

05/28/20 to 05/30/20

Location name: 

Zielona Góra, Poland

Call For Papers: Picturing the Truth - Law, Truth and Visual Images

Deadline: 

01/30/20

Event Date: 

05/8/20

Location name: 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Organization: 

Drexel University Klein Institute

The Drexel University Kline School of Law is hosting two events to explore issues surrounding the use, reliability and interpretation of visual information in the legal context. These sessions are open to faculty of all ranks and from all disciplines, although primarily aimed at those writing legal scholarship.
 

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