Tuesday, January 21, 2014
There is a Call for Papers from the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) that readers of Global K might be interested in. The 11th annual International Conference on Law will be held 14-17 July 2014, in Athens, Greece, and there is usually a number of panels and presentations related to contracts and transactional law. Sponsored by ATINER’s Law Research Unit, this is a distinctly interdisciplinary and international event, with scholars from around the globe and all career levels exchanging views in both formal and informal venues. Panels will be organized around the expressed interests of those submitting abstracts. A post-conference, peer-review process will lead to publication of a volume(s) of final conference papers. The general deadline to submit abstracts for the law conference was 15 December 2013, with acceptance decisions within four weeks of submission. However, if you are interested in presenting, please send me your abstract, and I shall submit it to the organizing committee, of which I am a member.
In the eight years that I have been attending the conferences and events sponsored by ATINER, I have found the programs and the participants to be fascinating and refreshing. The interdisciplinary edge of the conferences and the genuinely cosmopolitan spirit that pervades them has made these a source of intellectual inspiration and friendship among academic colleagues from around the world.
ATINER was established in 1995 as an independent academic association with the mission to become a forum where academics and researchers from all over the world could meet in Athens to exchange ideas on their research and to discuss future developments in their disciplines. Since 1995, ATINER has organized more than 200 international conferences, symposia and events. It has also published approximately 150 books. Academically, ATINER consists of twenty-seven Research Unitsorganized under six Research Divisions. Each Research Unit organizes an annual conference and undertakes various large and small research projects. Academics and researchers are more than welcome to become members and contribute to ATINER's objectives. If you want to become a member, you download the membership form. For more information about ATINER, you can visit the ATINER website or email to email@example.com.