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May
31
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CFP & Conf.: Legal Education @ Online
May 31 all-day
CFP & Conf.: Legal Education @ Online

The Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law would like to invite you to participate in the ‘Directions in Legal Education Conference 2020’ to be held online on June 18 – 20, 2020.  The deadline for proposals for presentations is May 31, 2020.

One of the central discussion themes will be ‘Teaching law in time of crisis – it’s not just going on-line’.

The conference is free of charge. Please feel free to share this event with interested persons. Registration is available on the conference website.

For more information, please see the Call for Proposals.

CFP and Conf.: Environmental Law @ Vermont Law School
May 31 all-day
CFP and Conf.:  Environmental Law @ Vermont Law School

Vermont Law School will host the eleventh annual Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship on September 25th-26th, 2020.  Abstracts are due May 31, 2020.

For more information, please see the conference website.

CFP Deadline: Violence Against Women
May 31 all-day
CFP Deadline: Violence Against Women

Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito issues a call for papers on the theme of Violence against Women. The deadline for submission is Mar. 31, 2020. The deadline is extended to May 31, 2020.

Guest editors: Lúcia Freitas & Micheline Mattedi Tomazi
Deadline for submission of manuscripts: 31 March 2020
Publication of the special issue: December 2021
Author Guidelines: see the website of Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito (http://ojs.letras.up.pt/index.php/LLLD/)

Dear all,

The Guest editors of this special issue of Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito (LL / LD) invite original articles that fit the theme of the issue: “Violence against Women”. Over the years, violence against women has achieved greater visibility, awareness and manifestations of repudiation and censorship in society. However, it still remains a global pandemic. Worldwide, more than one out of every three women has experienced physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence and/or non-partner violence. Violence against women, and specifically gender-based violence which affects women disproportionately, can be addressed through a fundamental rights lens.

It is a “violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms”, according to Inter-American Convention on the Prevention, Punishment, and Eradication of Violence against Women (1994), which also defines it as “any act or conduct based on gender that causes death, harm or physical, sexual or psychological suffering to women, both in the public and private spheres”. From a gender perspective, it is understood that the term “woman” or “women” as adopted here covers a wide range of female gender identities such as cisgender, transgender and LGBTQI+ and their intersections with other categories such as class, race, ethnicity and generation.

Violence against women covers a wide range of cruel practices such as domestic violence (moral, physical, sexual, psychological and property violence), sexual harassment, rape, genital mutilation, forced marriage, persecution, abortion or forced sterilization, feminicide, etc. All these forms of violence and especially those associated with domestic violence and feminicide, are within the ambit of this call, since the special issue is scheduled to be published in the second half of 2021, the 15th anniversary of the enactment of the ground-breaking ‘Maria da Penha Law’ – a piece of Brazilian legislation that aims to combat domestic and family violence against women.  It will also be more than 5 years since passing of the Brazilian Feminicide Law – a law that criminalizes feminicide, the gender-motivated killing of women. The naming of this phenomenon as a different crime from homicide is an attempt to combat the high rates of murder of women worldwide. This is particularly evident in Brazil, which is 5th in the ranking of countries that most kill women in the domestic and family context, and also worldwide, where six women are victims of femicide every hour, according to United Nations Organization (ONU).

Submissions should be previously unpublished and address, via a linguistic analysis, specific issues at the interdisciplinary intersection between the areas of Language and the Law, although they may include other related fields. Within the broad thematic axis that involves the social problem of violence against women, we welcome contributions related to linguistic and legal aspects within the following sub-themes: 1) the law; 2) interviews with social actors involved, directly or indirectly, in cases of violence (police, witnesses, defendants, journalists, delegates, judges, lawyers, etc.); 3) the legal process; 4) the judgment; 5) the treatment given by all the Media; 6) social media. We also invite reviews of recently published books within this thematic scope. If you wish to submit a book review, please inform the Guest editors in advance.

Manuscripts may be written in English or Portuguese, although they must contain an Abstract and Keywords in both languages. The rules for manuscript submission and formatting should follow the submission instructions and guidelines available from the journal’s website (https://ojs.letras.up.pt/index.php/LLLD/about/submissions#authorGuidelines). Articles that do not meet the guidelines for authors will not be considered.

Lúcia Freitas & Micheline Mattedi Tomazi
Guest editors of the Special Issue

 

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Chamada para trabalhos
Número especial Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito
sob a temática
Violência Contra Mulheres

Temática: Violência contra mulheres
Organizadoras: Lúcia Freitas, Micheline Mattedi Tomazi
Data Limite para envio dos textos: 31/03/2020
Data da Publicação: Dezembro de 2021
Normas Editoriais: consultar o website da revista Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito (http://ojs.letras.up.pt/index.php/LLLD/)
Qualis CAPES: A2

 

Esta edição da Revista Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito (LL/LD) aceita artigos originais que se encaixem na temática deste número: “violência contra as mulheres”. Ao longo dos anos, esse problema vem ganhando maior visibilidade, sensibilização e manifestações de repúdio e de censura na sociedade. Alguns instrumentos de direito internacional exercem influência sob a legislação de países em todo o mundo, como a Convenção Interamericana para Prevenir, Punir e Erradicar a Violência contra a Mulher, de Belém do Pará, de 1994, que compreende essa violência como uma “violação dos direitos humanos e liberdades fundamentais”. O texto da Convenção conceitua a violência contra a mulher como “qualquer ato ou conduta baseada no gênero, que cause morte, dano ou sofrimento físico, sexual ou psicológico à mulher, tanto na esfera pública como na esfera privada”. Sob a perspectiva de gênero, entende-se que o termo “mulher” ou “mulheres”, como adotado aqui, cobre uma ampla gama de identidades femininas, como mulheres cisgênero, trans e LGBTQ+ e suas intersecções com categorias como classe, raça, etnia, geração.

A violência contra as mulheres se diversifica em práticas cruéis como a violência doméstica (violência moral, física, sexual, psicológica e patrimonial), o assédio moral e sexual, o estupro, a mutilação genital, o casamento forçado, a perseguição, o aborto ou a esterilização forçada e, no ponto mais extremo desse espectro, os feminicídios. Todas essas formas atraem o interesse desta chamada de alcance internacional. Na oportunidade, incentivamos, especialmente com relação às propostas da comunidade brasileira (mas também de toda a comunidade lusófona), a submissão de trabalhos voltados à violência doméstica e aos feminicídios, uma vez que a edição especial está prevista para o segundo semestre de 2021, momento em que se comemoram os 15 anos da Lei Maria da Penha e mais de 5 anos da Lei de Feminicídio no Brasil.

Com esses direcionamentos iniciais, as contribuições para este número da Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito deverão ser inéditas e devem tratar de matéria específica no cruzamento interdisciplinar entre as áreas de Linguagem e do Direito, podendo ainda incluir outros campos afins. Dentro do grande eixo temático que envolve o problema social da violência contra as mulheres, neste número a revista acolhe contribuições que tenham relação com aspectos linguísticos e jurídicos dentro dos seguintes subtemas: 1) as leis; 2) as entrevistas de atores sociais envolvidos, direta ou indiretamente, em casos de violência (policiais, testemunhas, acusados, jornalistas, delegados, juízes, advogados, etc.), 3) o processo jurídico; 4) o julgamento; 5) o tratamento dado pelos Grandes Mídias; 6) as redes sociais. Aceitam-se também resenhas de obras publicadas com esse escopo temático, desde que tratem de obras recentes. As propostas de resenhas devem ser previamente discutidas e aprovadas pelas editoras do número especial.
O manuscrito poderá ser redigido em inglês ou em português. As normas para submissão e formatação do manuscrito devem seguir as instruções e condições para submissão dispostas no endereço eletrônico da revista (https://ojs.letras.up.pt/index.php/LLLD/about/submissions#authorGuidelines). Não serão apreciados os artigos que não estiverem de acordo com as normas especificadas no site da revista.

Lúcia Freitas & Micheline Mattedi Tomazi
Editoras do Número Especial

CFP: Directions in Legal Education 2020
May 31 all-day
CFP: Directions in Legal Education 2020

The Chinese University of Hong Kong announces an online conference, Directions in Legal Education 2020, to be held June 18-20, 2020.  Papers are invited on a wide range of legal education topics, including wellness, diversity, and teaching in a time of crisis.

Submit an abstract of 250 words to vivianc@cuhk.edu.hk with the subject ‘CUHK Law abstract submission – (speaker name)’ by May 31, 2020. Please include the following information within your submission: title of paper, author name(s); institutional affiliation and email address.  The full call for papers is available here.

CFP: Politics & Ethics
May 31 all-day
CFP: Politics & Ethics

The Editorial Board of Law Text Culture at the University of Wollongong Australia is seeking proposals for the 2021 edition of the Journal (Volume 25), due for publication in December 2021. The deadline for submission is May 31, 2020.

Law Text Culture is a transcontinental, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal which aims to produce fresh insights and knowledges about law and jurisprudence across three interconnected axes:

For more information, please see the Call for Papers.

Jun
1
Mon
CFP Deadline: J. Law, Finance, & Accounting
Jun 1 all-day
CFP Deadline: J. Law, Finance, & Accounting

The Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting (JLFA) issues a call for papers for its 10th Annual Conference in Milan, Italy on Oct. 16-17, 2020. The deadline for submissions is June 1, 2020.

Topics of interest listed below; please see flyer for more details.

We are interested in research that will be of interest to scholars in more than one of our core
disciplines. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
1. The impact of the structure of the legal system – including legal origins, procedural rules, and the legal
environment in general, on the evolution of financial contracts, financial markets, business enterprises
and business groups.
2. The impact of particular legal and market institutions, including accounting, on financial markets and
corporate actions, and innovation, economic growth and stability.
3. The co-evolution of the legal rules and market institutions that govern financial sector activity, that
activity itself, and the nature of the broader economy and financial markets.
4. The regulation, organization, and performance of financial institutions.
5. The relationships between the structure and performance of financial institutions, and the
performance of these institutions and the overall performance of financial markets and economies.
6. The interplay between legal rules, accounting regulations, corporate governance, firm performance,
cost of equity and debt capital, financial market performance, and economic performance.
7. The political economy of the regulation of corporate governance, financial institutions, and financial
markets.
8. Accounting, finance, and legal issues concerning ownership and property

CfP: 2020 Diversity and Social Justice Forum
Jun 1 all-day
CfP: 2020 Diversity and Social Justice Forum

The Diversity and Social Justice Forum at Chapman University, Fowler School of Law is pleased to invite article submissions for its 2020-2021 publication. The theme of this year’s publication is “Wrongfully Treated,” inspired by a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Article submissions are due by June 1, 2020.

For additional information, please see the Call for Papers.

CFP: European Competition & Regulatory Law Review
Jun 1 all-day
CFP: European Competition & Regulatory Law Review

The Editorial Board of European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) invites expert authors to submit their contributions on all areas related to Competition Law for their Issue 3/2020 and Issue 4/2020.

The deadlines for submissions are:

CoRe Issue 3/2020 – Submission Deadline: June 1, 2020
CoRe Issue 4/2020 – Submission Deadline: September 15, 2020

Both research articles and case annotations are especially welcome. They particularly encourage submissions on current cases such as:

AT.40099 Google Android
AT.40461 DE-DK Interconnector
AT.40023 Cross-border access to pay-TV
C-403/18 P Alcogroup and Alcodis v Commission
C-39/18 P Commission v ICAP and Others
C-617/17 Powszechny Zakład Ubezpleczeń na Źycke S.A.

Feel free to contact the editors by email to discuss proposals prior to submission. All articles will be subject to double blind peer-review before acceptance for publication. To guarantee CoRe‘s high-quality standards, all submissions are and are required to conform to the author guidelines.

Jun
5
Fri
CFP Deadline: Community Banking in the 21st Century
Jun 5 all-day
CFP Deadline: Community Banking in the 21st Century

The Federal Reserve System, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) invite the submission of papers for their eighth annual community bank research and policy conference, which will be held September 30 – October 1, 2020, at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

The deadline to submit a detailed abstract or completed paper is June 5, 2020. Please send your submissions by email to conference@communitybanking.org.

Read the full call here.

CFP: Community Banking in the 21st Century
Jun 5 all-day
CFP: Community Banking in the 21st Century

The Federal Reserve System, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) invite the submission of papers for their eighth annual community bank research and policy conference, which will be held September 30 – October 1, 2020, at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.  For more information, please see the Call for Papers.

The purpose of the conference is to bring together academics, community bankers, regulators and policymakers to focus on the latest academic research on community banking and the important policy issues that affect community banks.

TOPICS: They invite the submission of papers that explore all aspects of community banking. They especially welcome empirical and policy oriented papers. An award will be issued for the accepted paper that is identified by the conference organizing committee as making the most significant contribution to banking research.

Jun
15
Mon
CFP DEADLINE: Food and Drug Law Symposium – Washington, D.C.
Jun 15 all-day
CFP DEADLINE: Food and Drug Law Symposium - Washington, D.C.

The Food and Drug Law Institute will host their 2020 Food and Drug Law Symposium on November 13, 2020 in Washington, D.C. The theme of the symposium is: This Teachable Moment: How COVID-19 Provides Lessons from FDA’s Past and Present That Will Benefit Its Future Preparedness.

The Food and Drug Law Institute solicits legal scholarship on the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how past and present lessons provide guidance for the future.

The Past: How do the polio, swine flu, SARS, and other past health and other crises aid in our understanding of how FDA and other federal agencies should navigate pandemics?

The Present and Future: What are the immediate lessons of the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how can they help inform future action? Would legislative or regulatory changes help FDA and other agencies respond to future pandemics?

Abstracts may be submitted through the Conference website. Submissions are due by June 15, 2020.

CFP Deadline: Workshop on Repugnant Behaviours
Jun 15 all-day
CFP Deadline: Workshop on Repugnant Behaviours

Abstracts are now being accepted for the WINIR Workshop on Repugnant Behaviours to be held February 24-25, 2021 at the University of Montpellier in Montpellier, France.

Formally introduced in economics by Nobel laureate Alvin Roth, the concept of “repugnance” arises in the debate among philosophers (e.g., Elizabeth Anderson, Michael Sandel, Debra Satz) and other social scientists (e.g., Kristie Blevins, Amitai Etzioni, Kimberly Krawiec, Amartya Sen, Philip Tetlock) about how and why moral concerns, taboos and sacred values place, or ought to place, limits on market transactions. (A set of representative references is provided in the attached call for papers.)

One of the most important questions in this debate is how repugnant behaviours should be dealt with, regulated or limited. Some suggest that repugnant behaviours should be punished by using fines rather than fees, because the former register moral disapproval, whereas the latter are simply prices that imply no moral judgment. This suggests that repugnant behaviors offend our moral or ethical values. Yet examples often used to illustrate repugnant behaviours include selling babies (or other human beings) and organs, as well as prostitution and sometimes even pollution. Littering the Grand Canyon is also deemed to be repugnant. But can all these behaviours be put on the same footing? If not, how ought we distinguish between them? Is repugnance an absolute concept or a relative one? Does it change across cultures? Does this mean that the limits of markets differ from one culture to another? If so, are we really talking about repugnance? What alternative concepts might be useful?

These questions are important from a philosophical, institutional and legal perspective. Indeed, can we rely on the same mechanism to punish someone who sold their child and someone who threw a can into the Grand Canyon? Must we rely on law and formal institutions to punish repugnant behaviours? Which ones? When and how do we draw the limit between the behaviours that can be punished by formal rules and those that must be punished by informal rules (such as ostracism, shaming or even embarrassment)?

The purpose of the WINIR Workshop on Repugnant Behaviours is to bring together theoretical and applied papers from different disciplines, including economics, philosophy, law and political science, to discuss these and other related questions, thereby clarifying the concept of “repugnance” and improving our understanding of how to regulate repugnant behaviours.

Abstracts or full papers should be sent to Alain Marciano (alain.marciano@umontpellier.fr) by June 15, 2020.

Read the full call here.

CFP: Forced Migration Review “Recognizing Refugees”
Jun 15 all-day
CFP: Forced Migration Review "Recognizing Refugees"

The Forced Migration Review Issue 65 to be published in October 2020 will include a major feature on Recognizing Refugees.

The deadline for submission of articles is Monday, June 15, 2020.  For more details, please see the Call for Papers.

CFP: Law, Technology and Humans
Jun 15 all-day
CFP: Law, Technology and Humans

aw, Technology and Humans invites submissions for volume 2(2), to be published in November of 2020.  The journal prefers papers that:

  • Challenges and critically examines the promises and perils of emergent technologies;
  • Engages with the futures (and pasts) of law, technology and humans;
  • Involves critical, philosophical or theoretically informed work on law and technology;
  • Uses humanities, social science or other approaches to study law and technology;
  • Examines law and technology from non-Western locations and perspectives; or
  • Locates law and technology in wider concerns about the Anthropocene, pandemics, climate change or relations with non-human

The submission guidelines appear on the journal’s website, and papers are due Monday, June 15, 2020.  For additional details, see the journal’s announcement.

Jun
19
Fri
CfP: Loyola University Chicago Eleventh Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium
Jun 19 all-day
CfP: Loyola University Chicago Eleventh Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium

Loyola University Chicago, School of Law is hosting the Eleventh Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium on November 6-7, 2020. Abstracts are due by June 19th, 2020.

For additional information, please see the conference website.

Jun
30
Tue
CFP Deadline: 2020 Financial Stability Conference: Stress, Contagion, and Transmission
Jun 30 all-day
CFP Deadline: 2020 Financial Stability Conference: Stress, Contagion, and Transmission

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research invite the submission of research and policy-oriented papers for the 2020 Financial Stability Conference to be held at the Cleveland Reserve Bank in Cleveland, Ohio, on November 19–20, 2020. If global health conditions and travel restrictions necessitate, the conference will take place as a virtual meeting.

COVID-19 has had a substantial impact on economies and financial markets worldwide, though we recognize this impact is secondary to the wide-ranging health and survival issues this virus has engendered. Nevertheless, the pandemic has provided an authentic severe-stress event through which we might glean specific lessons and apply particular remedies. Though the triggering event was different from what had been expected, the response to the 2008–2009 financial crisis created a suite of tools and playbooks for crisis response. Given current events, it is prudent to discuss exactly how these tools were and might be implemented and how effective they have proven, along with what lessons can be learned from the market and institutional responses to the pandemic.

Potential Topics Include:

  • The Effects of Macroprudential and Monetary Policies on Financial Stability
  • Financial Market Frictions and Liquidity
  • Network and Contagion
  • Financial Stability Implications of Uncertainty and Rea Shocks

Submissions: The deadline for submissions is June 30, 2020. Please send complete papers by email to OFR-FRBC_Conf@ofr.treasury.gov and include “FINANCIAL STABILITY CONF” in the subject line. Notification of acceptance will be provided by September 15, 2020. Completed conference papers are due on November 1, 2020. Questions about the call for papers or the conference should be directed to Joseph Haubrich at jhaubrich@clev.frb.org.

Visit the website to read the full call or for more information.

CFP: Law and Humanities in a Pandemic
Jun 30 all-day
CFP: Law and Humanities in a Pandemic

The Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, a part of the School of Advanced Study, University of London invites the submission of papers for the The DIrector’s Series 2020/2021 Law and Humanities in a Pandemic.  The deadline for submission of abstracts is June 30, 2020.

For more information, please see the Call for Papers.

Submission Deadline: Competition: Rosalyn Higgins Prize – Int’l Court of Justice Papers
Jun 30 all-day
Submission Deadline: Competition: Rosalyn Higgins Prize - Int'l Court of Justice Papers

In light of her outstanding and inspiring achievements in the field of international dispute
settlement, the Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals (LPICT) has named a Prize
in honour of H.E. Rosalyn Higgins.

The Rosalyn Higgins Prize is an annual prize which awards EUR 1.000 of Brill book vouchers
and a one-year LPICT subscription to the author of the best article on the law and practice of
the International Court of Justice, either focusing solely on the ICJ or with the ICJ as one of the
dispute settlement mechanisms under consideration. The winning article will also be published
in LPICT and made freely available online for ninety days to maximize its dissemination.

Competition for the Prize is open to all: scholars as well as practitioners, junior as well as senior
professionals. Submissions will be selected via a double-blind peer review process by a Prize
Committee, including both co-Editors-in-Chief.

Submissions should be between 6.500 and 8.000 words in length, not yet published or under
review elsewhere. Other submission requirements are the same as for regular LPICT
submissions (instructions available here). The submission deadline is June 30, 2020.

All papers for consideration of the Prize should be sent directly to Freya Baetens
(freya.baetens@jus.uio.no) and Régis Bismuth (regis.bismuth@sciencespo.fr), LPICT Co-
Editors-in-Chief (with “LPICT Rosalyn Higgins Prize” as email subject).

The prizewinner(s) will be announced in September 2020.

Find the full call here.

Jul
25
Sat
CFP Deadline: 14th Int’l Conf. on Sustainable Dev.
Jul 25 all-day
CFP Deadline: 14th Int'l Conf. on Sustainable Dev.

The International Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Law (ICIRL), Centre for Research in Social Justice and Policy (CRSJP) at Laurentian University, and Ontario International Development Agency (OIDA) in Canada present the 14th International Conference on Sustainable Development, on Aug. 18-19, 2020, in Bangkok, Thailand. Please submit proposals by July 25, 2020.

Introduction Call for papers Registration Travel & Visa Conference Contact

Conference Location:
United Nations Conference Centre
The Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
United Nations Building
Rajadamnoen Nok Avenue
Bangkok 10200,
Thailand

Important Dates:
Last Day to submit abstract / Paper / Presentation – July 25, 2020
Last date to register – July 31, 2020

Note: Abstracts / Papers, acceptances issued on a rolling basis until July 25, 2020
Please submit your abstract / paper as early as possible

Special Note:
UN conference management unit will provide security badge. You need to submit passport size photographs with submission form in order to arrange UN conference badge. All participants must register online in advance. No on site registration available.

All accepted and successfully defended papers will be published in the OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development ISSN 1923 – 6654 (print) 1923 – 6662 (online) www.oidaijsd.com, or http://www.ssrn.com/link/OIDA-Intl-Journal-Sustainable-Dev.html
The journal indexed in EBSCO, DOAJ, SSRN, AMICUS Canada Library and Archives Databases.

Submission procedure:
Authors are invited to submit papers with a submission form. The abstracts or extended abstract must present in editable format (.doc and .docx) and should send via e-mail to oida@ontariointernational.org .

Please downlaod submission from here.

Jul
27
Mon
CFPs: European State Aid Quarterly (EStAL) Volume 4 (2020)
Jul 27 all-day
CFPs: European State Aid Quarterly (EStAL) Volume 4 (2020)

The Editorial Board of European State Aid Quarterly (EStAL) invites expert authors to submit their contributions on all areas related to State aid. The deadline for submissions for Volume 3 (2020) is May 25, 2020. The deadline for submissions for Volume 4 (2020) is July 27, 2020.

Articles on the topics of:

  • State aid & COVID-19 developments
  • European Green Deal
  • Regional aid
  • R&D&I
  • Energy and Environment

W encourage authors to write on all major areas of State aid law, economics and policy. Feel free to contact the editors by email to discuss proposals prior to submission. All articles will be subject to double blind peer-review before acceptance for publication. To guarantee EStAL‘s high-quality standards, all submissions are required to conform to the author guidelines available at: www.lexxion.eu/estal/author-guidelines.