The 2018 Critical Legal Conference will be held on 6-8 September 2018 at The Open University in Milton Keynes, with a postgraduate workshop taking place on the afternoon of 5th September.
We invite proposals for papers, panels or other interventions to the 2018 Critical Legal Conference hosted by the Open University Law School within the theme of regeneration. The streams include:
- Blockchain as neoliberal regeneration?
- Complex financial systems: re-generation (autopoiesis) and the role of law in systemic failures
- Critical legal education
- From Unitary urbanism to community without propinquity
- Gender, sexuality & law
- General stream
- Law, aesthetics, and Critical Legal Studies
- Law and literature
- Law in the Anthropocene: regulation as regeneration?
- Legal regeneration: rebirth, revolution and reform
- Property and power
- (Re)generating ‘European’ space through experiences of exile
- Senses of belonging, identity, and participation in a unsettled world
- The end of humanity: resisting the catastrophic impact of the transformative technological imaginary
More information is available on the conference website. Abstracts are due on July 31, 2018.