Friday, September 14, 2018

Call for Papers: 3rd Annual Health Law Works-in-Progress Retreat To Be Hosted by Seton Hall Law

Seton Hall Law School's Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy invites scholars to submit works-in-progress for discussion at its 3rd Annual Health Law Retreat scheduled for February 8, 2019.  Here are the details:  

The purpose of the retreat is to give area health law scholars an opportunity to share their work and exchange ideas in a friendly, informal setting.  The retreat is open to anyone with an academic appointment in health law (including professors, fellows, and visitors) in any institution of higher education in the Northeast area (broadly defined to include Washington D.C. and all points north).

 

The retreat will consist of an in-depth discussion of approximately 5-6 draft papers.  For each paper, a commentator will provide a 10-15 minute overview, as well as his or her reactions.  The author will then have 5 minutes to respond, after which the floor will be opened for a general discussion among all retreat participants.

 

If you are interested in having your paper presented, please submit a preliminary draft or, if that is not possible, a detailed introduction or outline of at least 5 pages, no later than November 26, 2018, to Catherine Finizio, at catherine.Finizio@shu.edu, who will anonymize them before distributing them to the selection committee. You will be notified whether your paper has been selected for presentation by December 17.  Final drafts will be due on January 18, 2019.  Drafts will be made available to all participants on a password-protected website. 

To give you additional background on this conference, here is a link to the speakers, program and paper topics discussed at the February 2018 conference.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/elder_law/2018/09/call-for-papers-3rd-annual-health-law-works-in-progress-retreat-to-be-hosted-by-seton-hall-law.html

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