Category Archives: CONFERENCES

Spoils of War v. Cultural Heritage – Cambridge, MA

Spoils of War v. Cultural Heritage: The Russian Cultural Property Law in Historical Context is sponsored by Harvard Law School Arts & Literature Law Society; Commission for Art Recovery; Davis…

European Choice of Law Revolution – Durham, NC

The Duke University Center for International & Comparative Law and the Tulane Law Review and cosponsoring The New European Choice-of-Law Revolution: Lessons for the United States? at Duke. (A notice…

Int’l Tribunals & U.S. – Durham, NC

The Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law hosts International Tribunals and the United States Judicial System, Feb. 15, 2008: “A conference where leading experts in the fields of international…

Data Privacy – Durham, NC

Duke University’s Center for European Studies, School of Law, and Center for International & Comparative Law host Data Privacy in Transatlantic Perspective: Conflict or Cooperation?, Jan. 28, 2008.

Internet Governance – Montréal

The Center for International Legal Studies in cooperation with McGill University and Suffolk University Law School present The Internet: Governance and the Law, “Civil Society and the Governance of Multimodal…

National Security Court – Washington, DC

The American University Washington College of Law Program on Law and Government and The Brookings Institution sponsor Terrorists and Detainees: Do We Need a National Security Court? Feb. 1, 2008,…

Gender, Sexuality, Law – Socio-Legal Studies – Manchester, UK

The organizer of the Gender, Sexuality and Law stream for the annual Socio-Legal Studies Conference (March 18-20, 2008, Manchester) solicits abstracts and paper proposals by Jan. 31, 2008.

Clinical Law Review Workshop – NYC

The Clinical Law Review (a peer-edited journal sponsored by CLEA, AALS, and NYU) will host a workshop for authors Oct. 18, 2008. Scholarships are available for presenters whose employers do…

Tribal Law & Government – Lawrence, KS

The University of Kansas School of Law Tribal Law and Government Center hosts its 12th Annual Tribal Law and Government Conference, Friday, Feb. 1, 2008.