Category Archives: Immigration Law

Pluralism, Inclusion & Citizenship – Salzburg

Interdisciplinary.Net presents Pluralism, Inclusion & Citizenship Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, 2008, in Salzburg, Austria. With this inter- and multi-disciplinary project we seek to explore the new developments and changes…

October 15th Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut        Perry Bechky (Connecticut Law) Miami        Kunal M. Parker (Miami Law) New York University Legal History        Owen Williams (NYU Law), Lincoln’s Justices: Democratic Politicians in Republican Robes Pennsylvania…

September 23rd Colloquia/Workshops

Kansas        Lee Fennell (Chicago Law), Adjusting Alienability Lewis and Clark        Steve Johansen (Lewis and Clark Law), Was Colonel Sanders a Terrorist?: The Ethics of Storytelling in Legislation Marquette…

September 23rd Colloquia/Workshops

Kansas        Lee Fennell (Chicago Law), Adjusting Alienability Lewis and Clark        Steve Johansen (Lewis and Clark Law), Was Colonel Sanders a Terrorist?: The Ethics of Storytelling in Legislation Marquette…

September 22nd Colloquia/Workshops

Alabama        Pauline Kim (Washington Law) Emory        Steve Schwarcz (Duke Law),  Complexity as a Catalyst of Market Failure: A Law and Engineering Inquiry Loyola Tax Policy        Howard Chang…

September 22 Colloquia/Workshops

Alabama        Pauline Kim (Washington Law) Emory        Steve Schwarcz (Duke Law),  Complexity as a Catalyst of Market Failure: A Law and Engineering Inquiry Loyola Tax Policy        Howard Chang…

Calls for Papers: Immigration, Environment – Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y

The Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy continues to consider papers for symposium issues on Immigration and on The Environment. Both issues will be published early next…

September 10th Colloquia/Workshops

Emory        Fred Tung (Emory Law) Miami        Patrick O. Gudridge (Miami Law), Formal Realism and Constitutional Law New York University Legal History       Kaius Tuori (University of Helsinki Law), Legal…

September 10th Colloquia/Workshops

Emory        Fred Tung (Emory Law) Miami        Patrick O. Gudridge (Miami Law), Formal Realism and Constitutional Law New York University Legal History       Kaius Tuori (University of Helsinki Law), Legal…

Europe – a Continent of Immigration? – Berlin

The European Law Journal presents the International Workshop for Young Scholars (WISH) Nov. 14-15, 2008. The call for papers deadline is June 30, 2008. This year’s theme is Europe –…