Legal Education

Call for Papers: The Legal Treatise: Past, Present, and Future

Deadline: 

06/1/22

Event Date: 

03/24/23

Location name: 

Yale Law School

Organization: 

The Lillian Goldman Law Library and Law Library Journal

Call for Papers – The Legal Treatise: Past, Present, and Future

 

The Lillian Goldman Law Library and Law Library Journal invite proposals​ for a symposium on the Legal Treatise to be held at Yale Law School on Friday, March 24, 2023. 

 

Call for Papers: Journal of Legal Education

Deadline: 

06/30/22

Event Date: 

06/30/22

Location name: 

N/A

Organization: 

AALS Journal of Legal Education

Call for Papers: Scholars at Risk

The editors of the Journal of Legal Education welcome articles and reflections on threats to academic freedom, coercion of legal and other scholars, and the relationship between legal scholarship, education and democracy both in the United States and around the world.

Call for Papers: Opening Access, Closing the Knowledge Gap? International Legal Scholarship Going Online

Deadline: 

03/1/22

Event Date: 

09/7/22 to 09/9/22

Location name: 

TBA

Organization: 

Max Planck Institute and Völkerrecht/Heidelberg Journal of International Law

Conference

Opening Access, Closing the Knowledge Gap? International Legal Scholarship Going Online

Call for Papers: Legal Reference Services Quarterly

Deadline: 

02/15/22

Event Date: 

02/15/22

Location name: 

N/A

Organization: 

Legal Reference Services Quarterly

Legal Reference Services Quarterly (LRSQ) is a peer-reviewed journal featuring scholarly research and practical insights into law library management and legal information studies globally. 

We are currently seeking scholarly research (under 7500 words) and practical insights (500 to 2000 words) in the following areas: 

Call for Papers: Virginia Law Review Online Symposium

Deadline: 

12/20/21

Event Date: 

02/18/22

Location name: 

Virtual

Organization: 

Virginia Law Review Online

Symposium Description

“The trouble with much law school teaching is that, confining its attention to a study of upper court opinions, it is hopelessly oversimplified.” Jerome Frank, Why Not a Clinical Lawyer School?, 81 U. Pa. L. Rev. 907, 913 (1933).

Call for Papers: Integrating Doctrine & Diversity: Inclusion and Equity Beyond the First Year

Deadline: 

12/1/21

Event Date: 

06/30/22 to 11/25/22

Location name: 

N/A

From Nicole P. Dyszlewski, Raquel Gabriel, Suzy Harrington-Steppen, Anna Russell and Genevieve Tung:

Call for Papers: Academic Freedom and Scholars at Risk in East Asia

Deadline: 

09/10/21

Event Date: 

01/9/22

Location name: 

Virtual

Organization: 

Section on East Asian Law and Society, AALS

Call for Papers: Academic Freedom and Scholars at Risk in East Asia

Section on East Asian Law and Society, AALS

 

Call for Papers: Mental Health and the Legal Profession

Deadline: 

10/15/21

Event Date: 

02/25/22 to 02/26/22

Location name: 

Louisville, KY and online

Organization: 

University of Louisville Law Review

 

Call for Papers

Law Review Symposium – Mental Health and the Legal Profession

 

Call for Chapters: Fostering First Gen Success and Inclusion

Deadline: 

09/1/21

Event Date: 

03/22/22

Location name: 

N/A

Organization: 

Carolina Academic Press

Call for Book Chapters 

Fostering First Gen Success and Inclusion: A Guide for Law Schools Summary and Purpose of the Book 

Call for Proposals: What Research Can Tell Us About How Law Schools, Lawyers, and Leaders Can Nourish Democracy

Deadline: 

08/1/21

Event Date: 

01/5/22 to 01/9/22

Location name: 

Virtual

Organization: 

AALS Section on Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession

Call for Proposals

What Research Can Tell Us About How Law Schools, Lawyers, and Leaders Can Nourish Democracy

AALS Section on the Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession

Cosponsored by: The AALS Sections on Election Law, Leadership,

Legislation & Law of the Political Process, and Professional Responsibility

 

January 2022 Annual Meeting

 

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