From my colleagues at the University of Illinois:
The University of Illinois College of Law and the Illinois Program on Law, Behavior & Social Science are hosting the Twelfth Annual Midwest Law & Economics Association on October 11 & 12, 2013 in Champaign, Illinois. Participants need not be an economist, a Midwesterner, or a Midwestern economist. The event consists of law professors and economists presenting papers with varying degrees of law-and-economics content, ranging from empirical analyses and formal economic modeling to legal philosophy and doctrinal papers infused with economic thinking. Presentations will begin Friday morning and end early- to mid-afternoon on Saturday. There is no membership fee or registration fee, but participants should expect to pay their own expenses. A block of rooms at the iHotel has been reserved for conference participants.
To submit a presentation, e-mail Robert Lawless at firstname.lastname@example.org with an abstract or paper by August 1, 2013. Presentation invitations will be sent out by August 15, 2013. A conference schedule and RSVP information for conference meals will be circulated closer to the conference date. Hotel contact info will be posted at this web page soon. Submission is open to all, so feel free to share this announcement with colleagues.
The website is here.
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