Category Archives: Courts

Statutory Interpretation – Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of Law, Language and Cognition and the Brooklyn Law Review present Statutory Interpretation: How Much Work Does Language Do? Nov. 19, 2010. With 2010…

Judicial Elections – Fayetteville, AR

The Arkansas Law Review (University of Arkansas School of Law) invites you to submit original, scholarly work on any topic related to judicial elections. We are particularly interested in submissions…

Law and Courts Newsletter Editor

The Law and Courts Section of the APSA is seeking a new editor for its newsletter Law and Courts. The deadline for nominations and self-nominations is Oct. 1, 2010. More…

Political Science – Politics of Rights – Seattle, WA

The theme for next fall’s American Political Science Association Annual Meeting (Sept. 1-4, 2011) is The Politics of Rights.  The deadline for all the calls for proposals — general, divisional,…

Call for Papers: Jury Practices in the U.S. Judicial System

The Drake Law Review and the American Judicature Society are pleased to announce the eighth annual American Judicature Society-Drake Law Review symposium issue, Jury-Rigged: The Increasingly Precarious State of Common…

Gender, Justice, & Victim Rights – Madison, WI

The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society announces its 2011 Symposium, Gender, Justice, & Victim Rights: A Gendered Perspective of Victims in the Criminal Justice System. It will take…

Call for Papers: Alternative Court Systems

The Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest seeks articles for a fall symposium on alternative court systems. Articles could address issues related to Family Court, Drug Court, Juvenile…

Call for Papers – Supreme Court Preview

The Charleston Law Review, the flagship law review of the Charleston School of Law, invites submissions for its Supreme Court Preview issue. The editors welcome an article or essay addressing…

Courts and Competencies in the EU Legal Order – Leiden

The Europe Institute of the University of Leiden and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law present the 49th Leiden-London Meeting: Courts and Competencies in the EU Legal Order — How…

Persuasion and Ideology: Politically Divisive Cases in Appellate Courts – East Lansing, MI

The Michigan State University College of Law is hosting its 7th Annual MSU Indigenous Law Conference October 8-9, 2010.  The conference will address how divisive cases are litigated by lawyers, and…