CFP: WIP Panel: European Law and Comparative Law – Washington, D.C.
The AALS Section on European Law invites submissions for a works-in-progress panel at the January 2-5, 2020 Annual Meeting to be held in Washington, DC. Papers may concern any matter related to European Law and Comparative Law. Papers must be “in progress” as of the time of the Annual Meeting in January 2020. (A paper accepted for publication but still undergoing revision is considered “in progress.”) This panel will provide speakers the opportunity to present their work and receive feedback from commentators in the field. Pre-tenured professors and junior scholars are strongly encouraged to submit. Submission Guidelines: To be considered, submit a title and abstract to Mathilde Cohen (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Kristen Barnes (email@example.com) by 12PM (EST) on August 1, 2019. Paper drafts will be due on December 15, 2019 to be circulated among panel participants. Up to four speakers will be selected from this Call for Papers. Selected speakers…
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