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The conference will take place at the University of
Liverpool on Thursday
4th July 2013. More information, including directions, will be
provided closer to the time.
Who may speak at the conference?
Postgraduate students of the law, or a course in
which law is a substantial component, are eligible to submit an abstract for
consideration by the committee.
What format should
abstracts take and how should they be submitted?
interested in speaking at the conference should submit an abstract for
consideration. The abstract must be no greater than 300 words in length.
Abstracts should be submitted using the submission of abstract form attached to
the call and available at www.liv.ac.uk/events/
deadline for submission is Friday 22nd March.
Do speakers need to submit their entire paper ahead of the conference?
No. However, evidence of readiness to present – in
the form of a working paper or PowerPoint slides - will need to be provided two
weeks ahead of the conference. Slides for use during presentations will need to
be provided at least a week in advance.
Can I use PowerPoint in giving my paper?
Yes, there will be facilities in place for speakers
to use PowerPoint. Slides should be sent to convenors at least a week in
advance of the conference.
Can speakers circulate material at the conference?
Speakers are free to distribute any materials they
wish before their presentation however the organisers cannot assist with
printing of documents on the day. If you wish for documents to be made
available for audience members, please send materials alongside the final draft
of your paper
What is the
participation fee for the conference?
participation fee of £30 will be charged for all participants.
Will speakers have to pay the participation fee?
All participants, including speakers, will need to
pay the participation fee. This is an opportunity for postgraduate students to
gain valuable experience in delivering a paper. All income from the
participation fee will be used in the delivery of the conference.