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September 2, 2009

Reposted -- Call for Papers: University College -- Dublin Workshop on Food Law December 4-5, 2009

This looks intriguing! 

. . . call for papers for an upcoming workshop on food law, organised by the postgraduate research community at the UCD School of Law. The workshop aims to bring together postgraduate researchers in the field of food law, food regulation and food safety governance to discuss some of the most intriguing issues in this field including trends in harmonization, legitimacy concerns and the dynamics of diverse governance structures. The workshop will take place December 4-5, 2009, at the UCD campus in Belfield, South Dublin. 

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is the 18th of September and applicants will be notified of the results of the selection process by the 25th of September.  Abstracts of 400 words or less should be sent to [see below].

I don't have a link for this year's conference yet (the announcement came to me as a pdf file), but here's the website for the 2008 conference.  I'll post the new link as soon as I get it.  DMB  http://www.ucdconference.com/ 

Update: September 2, 2009 -- please note the comment below.  The submission deadline has been extended to September 25.  Submissions should be sent to: james.lawless@ucd.ie or  donal.casey@ucdconnect.ie  

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Dear Sir/Madam

We regret to inform you that the original email addresses provided for the submission of papers for the UCD School of Law Postgrad Workshop on Food Law from 4-5 December 2009 is not yet operational. Therefore, we would ask you to submit abstracts to the following email addresses:


Due to this mistake the deadline for submissions is therefore being extended to the 25th of September.

We apologise again for this mix-up. We would be very grateful if you could disseminate this clarification to others to whom the call for papers has been forwarded within your individual networks.

Many thanks and Kind Regards

James Lawless

Posted by: James Lawless | Sep 2, 2009 8:23:47 AM

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