July 12, 2010
Conferences Upcoming
Posted by David Zaring
  • The deadline for submission to the Conference on Empirical Legal Studies is July 16, and if it all works out for you, you could be enjoying New Haven in November.
  • Or, even better, you could spend the middle of that month in Minneapolis, at the American Society of International Law's biennial international economic law meeting.  Deadline for that is July 30.
  • Perhaps best of all, you can submit to the AALS financial regulation section call for papers by August 1 - that conference is in San Francisco in January.
  • I'm also keeping my eye on the Administrative Conference of the United States, which is actually an agency, not a conference, and was defunded in the Gingrich era.  It is now back in business, with a leadership of law professors, regulators, and administrative lawyers.  It will be a boon to research; the evaluation of administration is its raison d'etre.  Anyway, the link provides you with some of the principals.

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