Category Archives: CALLS FOR PAPERS

Call for Papers – New York Law

Call for Papers: Recent Developments in New York Law The editors of Pace Law Review are soliciting short essays (3,000 words) on recent developments in New York state law.  We…

Call for Papers: Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal

The Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal, a premier journal in the field, is seeking articles between 25,000-30,000 words on topics at the nexus of human rights and development…

Call for Papers – Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality

The Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality invites submissions on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) legal topics. Of particular interest are papers on the rights of GLBT minors, as…

Food, Culture, and the Law – essay collection, 2 conferences

We seek papers on food, culture, and the law, written from a variety of perspectives, appropriate for presentation at one or both of the following conferences: the Association for the…

Call for Papers: Washington Law Review

The Washington Law Review seeks “scholarly legal articles and essays on all topics of national interest.” Submission guidelines are here.

Call for Papers: Role of Prosecutor

The Role of the Criminal Prosecutor: As a tribute to the late Norm Maleng, King County Prosecuting Attorney for 28 years, the Washington Law Review will devote its February 2009…

Call for Papers: Dartmouth Law Journal

The Dartmouth Law Journal seeks submissions. Authors may submit papers either online or by email (dartmouth.law.journal [at] dartmouth.edu.

Practical Issues in Health Law – Raleigh, NC

The Campbell Law Review is putting on a Symposium entitled Practical Issues in Health Law Jan. 31, 2009, at the Sheraton in Raleigh, NC.   We will hear from lead commentators…

Call for Papers – Charleston Law Review

The Charleston Law Review is the flagship journal of the Charleston School of Law and is currently accepting submissions ON ANY SUBJECT MATTER for its first issue of Volume 3….

Access to Knowledge – Geneva

The Information Society Project at Yale Law School (Yale ISP) and the International Journal of Communications Law and Policy (IJCLP) are pleased to announce their fifth interdisciplinary writing competition and…