Sunday, January 3, 2010
From the fabulous folks at Vermont:
OCTOBER 22, 2010 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Vermont Law School will host the “First Annual Fall Colloquium on Environmental
Scholarship.” The Colloquium offers the opportunity for environmental law scholars to
present their works‐in‐progress and recent scholarship, to get feedback from their
colleagues, and to meet and interact with those who are also teaching and researching in
the environmental and natural resources law area.
If you are interested in presenting a paper at the Colloquium, please submit a working
title and short abstract to Professor Jason J. Czarnezki at firstname.lastname@example.org no later
than March 1, 2010. For an abstract to be eligible for submission, the author must
anticipate that the paper will still be at a revisable stage (neither published nor so close
to publication that significant changes are not feasible) by the date of the Colloquium.
We will do our best to include all interested presenters, and will notify authors about
acceptances in March 2010.
The Colloquium will take place on Friday, October 22, 2010, and Vermont Law School’s
Environmental Law Center and its faculty will host a cocktail reception on Thursday
evening and dinner on Friday evening. Further Colloquium details regarding schedule,
events, lodging, and transportation will be forthcoming and available at
Happy New Year!
Jamie Baker Roskie
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