Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership (OLPP) Graduate Conference for Legal Theory – Toronto, Ontario

Written by OSULEGALSCHOLARSHIP   // December 14, 2012   // Comments Off

Osgoode Legal Philosophy Partnership an institutional arrangement between Osgoode Hall Law School and the departments of philosophy of McMaster University and York University

The McMaster University’s Philosophy Department, York University’s Philosophy Department & Osgoode Hall Law School present the Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership (OLPP) Graduate Conference for Legal Theory on May 8-10, 2013. The conference will address the following topics: General and Normative Jurisprudence, The Nature of Law, Law and Morality, Judicial Review, Judicial Activism, Theories of the Judicial Role, Constitutionalism, Feminist Approaches to Legal Theory, Critical Legal Studies, The History of Legal Philosophy, Law and Authority, controversies related to all areas of law (criminal law, tort law, administrative law, etc.), and International Law.

The conference does focus on research by graduate and law students, but everyone (including law faculty) are welcome to attend. Contact philosophy_conference[@]mcmaster.ca for more information. im


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