Sunday, September 12, 2010
The Association of American Law Schools' Section on International Human Rights invites abstracts and paper proposals from “new voices” among faculty whose research focuses on international human rights law and practice to be presented at its “New Voices in Human Rights” program during the 2011 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California.Eligibility:
Faculty members of AALS members and fee-paid law schools are eligible to submit papers. Non-U.S., visiting and adjunct faculty members, graduate students, and fellows are not eligible to submit. To be a “New Voice,” you do not necessarily need to be new to academia or new to human rights, but you do need to be submitting a paper in area of international human rights law and practice for the first time at an AALS conference.
Please email submissions, in Word or PDF format, to Sarah Paoletti at paoletti [at] law.upenn.edu. Submissions at various stages of completion will be considered. The selection process has become increasingly competitive over the year, with the number of submissions exceeding what can be accommodated during the program.
NEW Deadline date for submission:
September 16, 2010.