November 25, 2006
Call for papers: conference of the European Association for China Law Studies
Here is an edited version of an announcement I recently received:
The Second Conference of the European Association for China Law Studies is bringing together legal scholars from Europe and other countries around the world. This conference series will serve as a meeting point for the research and teaching of Chinese law, an informational exchange among those involved in organizing China law studies, and a forum for developing individual research projects.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts before January 15, 2007. The abstracts should be submitted as an email attachment sent to Dr. Knut Benjamin Pißler (Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg/Germany, firstname.lastname@example.org) or to Professor Christiane Wendehorst (Sino German Institute for Legal Studies, University of Göttingen/Germany, email@example.com). The preferred format is MS Word.
The abstract should include:
- the title of the paper,
- full names of the author(s), their institutions, and email of the corresponding author,
- up to one page of text summarising the main contents of the proposed paper.
Authors will be informed of the paper’s acceptance before February 1, 2007. Camera-ready papers (not exceeding 10 pages) are due by July 1, 2007.
The full-length papers presented at the conference will be published.
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