Thursday, May 29, 2014
The Denver University Law Review is seeking proposals for our annual Symposium. The upcoming Symposium will focus on the intersection between criminal law and immigration, or “crimmigration.”
Proposals for the Crimmigration Symposium, which will be held on February 6-7, 2015, are being solicited as of May 21, 2014. With this Call for Proposals, you are invited to submit a title and abstract of a paper to be presented at the Symposium and be considered for publication in Volume 92 of the Denver University Law Review. The Symposium panels will be tailored to focus on specific issues within the crimmigration discourse including detention, access to counsel, and federal courts.
All proposals related to the broad issue of crimmigration are welcome. We are particularly interested in proposals relating to the militarization of the border and comparative studies of crimmigration. Speakers who wish to be published in the Denver University Law Review should indicate this in their initial abstract submission.
Please note that those being published must submit their completed articles to the Denver University Law Review within two weeks of the conclusion of the Symposium. Please submit your proposal to Lindsey Dunn, Editor-in-Chief of the Denver University Law Review, at LDunn16@law.du.edu, and Lauren Parsons, Symposium Editor of the Denver University Law Review, at LParsons15@law.du.edu.
Your proposal should include:
1) The proposed title of your article and a brief 500 word abstract; and
2) Your CV
Please submit your proposal by June 11, 2014. We look forward to hearing from you.