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31 January 2019
30 January 2019
Only two days remaining to send your abstract for the
JURIS DIVERSITAS 6TH GENERAL CONFERENCE: ROOTS, LAW AND SPACE
15-17 APRIL 2019, POTCHEFSTROOM SOUTH AFRICA
Two groups have joined the Conference. Please send you proposals for Juris Diversitas or any of these two groups before/on 31 January 2018 by using the following link:
1. The Southern African Legal Historians welcomes papers focusing on the Roots of Law, which may pertain to the development of law in any particular time (from the distant past to the near future) relating to roots, law and space or the impact of law on society, transformation and justice, relating, but not limited, to African legal traditions; European legal traditions; Anglo-American legal traditions; religious influences and Eastern legal influences.
2. The NWU Faculty of Law celebrates 30 years since the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) has come into operation. The rights of the child have been celebrated all over the world, but what are their roots and how do the Convention and national laws function in this space of time. You are invited to submit proposals related (but not limited to) the successes and failures of the Convention, African customs and religious systems and children's rights, juvenile justice, national legislation, conflict, exploitation, social context and best interest of the child.
MORE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE UNDER 'EVENTS'.
Call for Panel Proposals and Papers
ASLC annual meeting
The American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL) has just issued a call for proposals for (1) concurrent panels and (2) a works in progress conference to be held in association with the ASCL 2019 Annual Meeting, which will be held at the University of Missouri School of Law between Thursday, October 17, and Saturday, October 19, 2019.
The event is open to ASCL and non-ASCL members.
The theme of the Annual Meeting is “Comparative Law and International Dispute Resolution Processes” and will feature presentations on how comparative law affects various types of cross-border conflict, including litigation, arbitration and mediation.
Concurrent panels and works in progress papers need not fall within this general theme, although of course they may.
Multilingual panel proposals will be considered as part of ASCL's mission to foster plurilingualism.
Information on the event, including the call for panel proposals and works in progress submissions, is available at:
Proposals will be accepted until May 20, 2019.
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