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Call for Proposals: Symposium, 2025 Association of American Law Schools Meeting, May 6, 2024

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From the organizers:

General Guidelines for All Open Submission Proposals

Programs may be proposed by full-time faculty members or administrators at AALS Member or Fee-Paid law schools. International faculty, visiting faculty (who do not retain a permanent affiliation at another law school), graduate students, and non-law school faculty are not eligible to submit proposals but may serve as presenters.

Program organizers should take the AALS core value of diversity into account and include junior faculty and participants who provide viewpoint diversity appropriate to the program and reflect a variety of law schools.

A proposal for any of the four program categories should include:

  • Program title.
  • Names, affiliations, and contact information of the program organizers.
  • Detailed description of the proposed program, including (a) the format of the proposed program; (b) an explanation of the overall goal of the program; (c) a description of how diversity is achieved by the program’s speakers, content, and/or structure; and (d) if applicable, an indication that one or more speakers will be selected from a call for participants.
  • Names, titles, and affiliations of speakers to be invited including links to or copies of their curricula vitae. The number of speakers per program or Symposium panel should be limited to a maximum of four, plus one moderator. Discussion Groups typically have between eight and twelve discussants. Speakers should represent a mix of institutional affiliations.
  • If applicable, proposals should name the journal or edited volume that will be publishing any papers that are presented.

The deadline is May 6, 2024. For more details, visit here.

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Call for Proposals: Open Source Submissions Program, 2025 Association of American Law Schools Meeting, April 8, 2024

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From the organizers:

General Guidelines for All Open Submission Proposals

Programs may be proposed by full-time faculty members or administrators at AALS Member or Fee-Paid law schools. International faculty, visiting faculty (who do not retain a permanent affiliation at another law school), graduate students, and non-law school faculty are not eligible to submit proposals but may serve as presenters.

Program organizers should take the AALS core value of diversity into account and include junior faculty and participants who provide viewpoint diversity appropriate to the program and reflect a variety of law schools.

A proposal for any of the four program categories should include:

  • Program title.
  • Names, affiliations, and contact information of the program organizers.
  • Detailed description of the proposed program, including (a) the format of the proposed program; (b) an explanation of the overall goal of the program; (c) a description of how diversity is achieved by the program’s speakers, content, and/or structure; and (d) if applicable, an indication that one or more speakers will be selected from a call for participants.
  • Names, titles, and affiliations of speakers to be invited including links to or copies of their curricula vitae. The number of speakers per program or Symposium panel should be limited to a maximum of four, plus one moderator. Discussion Groups typically have between eight and twelve discussants. Speakers should represent a mix of institutional affiliations.
  • If applicable, proposals should name the journal or edited volume that will be publishing any papers that are presented.

The deadline is April 8, 2024. For more details, visit here.

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Call for Proposals: Discussion Groups, 2025 Association of American Law Schools Meeting, April 8, 2024

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From the organizers:

General Guidelines for All Open Submission Proposals

Programs may be proposed by full-time faculty members or administrators at AALS Member or Fee-Paid law schools. International faculty, visiting faculty (who do not retain a permanent affiliation at another law school), graduate students, and non-law school faculty are not eligible to submit proposals but may serve as presenters.

Program organizers should take the AALS core value of diversity into account and include junior faculty and participants who provide viewpoint diversity appropriate to the program and reflect a variety of law schools.

A proposal for any of the four program categories should include:

  • Program title.
  • Names, affiliations, and contact information of the program organizers.
  • Detailed description of the proposed program, including (a) the format of the proposed program; (b) an explanation of the overall goal of the program; (c) a description of how diversity is achieved by the program’s speakers, content, and/or structure; and (d) if applicable, an indication that one or more speakers will be selected from a call for participants.
  • Names, titles, and affiliations of speakers to be invited including links to or copies of their curricula vitae. The number of speakers per program or Symposium panel should be limited to a maximum of four, plus one moderator. Discussion Groups typically have between eight and twelve discussants. Speakers should represent a mix of institutional affiliations.
  • If applicable, proposals should name the journal or edited volume that will be publishing any papers that are presented.

The deadline is April 8, 2024. For more details, visit here.