Category Archives: CONFERENCES

American Jury – DeKalb, IL

Northern Illinois University Law Review hosts a symposium, the Modern American Jury, April 9, 2008, DeKalb, IL. Details are after the jump.

September 7, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Duke John Goldberg (Vanderbilt Law) SMU Melissa Murray (Cal-Berkeley), The Space Between: The Intersection of Criminal Law and Family Law in State v. Koso Texas Larry Sager, Scot Powe, John…

Teaching Evidence – Cleveland

The AALS Evidence Section is looking for proposals about teaching evidence using new technologies, to be presented at the AALS Mid-Year Meeting Conference entitled The Future of Evidence: How Science…

Humanizing Legal Ed – Topeka

Washburn University School of Law and the Washburn Law Journal host Humanizing Legal Education, Oct. 19-21, 2007, in Topeka, KS. Papers will be published in a symposium issue of the…

Elder Law – Arlington, VA

The AARP Foundation National Legal Training Project presents the 7th Annual National Aging & Law Conference: Safety Net for Older Americans: What Can Be Done to Protect It?, Oct. 11-13…

Elder Law (NAELA) – Memphis

The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys presents the 2007 NAELA Institute – It’s Now or Never, November 2-4 (with a presession day on Nov. 1), 2007, in Memphis, TN.

Elder Law – Vancouver, BC

The Canadian Centre for Elder Law Studies hosts “Moving Forward, Moving Beyond” November 8-10, 2007, in Vancouver, BC.

SLSA Postgraduate Conference

SLSA Postgraduate Conference by the Socio-Legal Studies Association in Hull, UK on January 23-24, 2008.

Legal Pluralist Perspectives on Humanity, Development and Cultural Diversity

Legal Pluralist Perspectives on Humanity, Development and Cultural Diversity, by the Commission on Legal Pluralism, in Kunming, China on July 15-23, 2008.  The call for papers deadline is October 31, 2007.

Eighth Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance

Harvard’s Islamic Legal Studies Program and Islamic Finance Project host the Eighth Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance, “Innovation and Authenticity” at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 19-20, 2008.