Call for Papers: The Supreme Court, Politics and Reform – Malibu, CA


On April 8, 2017, the Pepperdine Law Review “will hold its annual symposium on the question of whether the political deadlock over the Merrick Garland nomination provides a stark indication the U.S. Supreme Court has become an unduly political institution, and, if so, what internal and external reforms might address this problem. We invite all interested scholars to submit a relevant proposal to present at the symposium and be considered for publication in a special edition of our law review.”

Submission procedure and deadline: Friday, November 11, 2016. Proposals and accompanying biographies should be no longer than one page each. They should be submitted to Sophia Sipsas at sophia.sipsas[@] For questions about the conference, you may contact our events manager Suzanne Inman at suzanne.inman[@]

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Reference Librarian, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University