Monday, September 28, 2015

Con Law Scholars Forum at Barry

The Barry University Law School Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society is hosting its Second Annual Constitutional Law Scholars Forum, Friday, April 1, 2016, in Orlando.

The Constitutional Law Scholars Forum invites scholarly proposals on constitutional law at any stage of pre-publication development, from the germination of an idea of the editing stage. The Forum provides an opportunity for scholars and educators to vet their work-in-progress in a welcoming, supportive environment. (The Forum is not accepting proposals from students at this time.)

The deadline to submit proposals is December 1, 2015.

E-mail proposals to Ms. Fran Ruhl, Faculty Assistant, at [email protected], and to Professor Eang Ngov at [email protected], with "Constitutional Law Scholars Forum" in the subject line. Submissions should include a short abstract (300 words max) and biography (150 words max).

There are no conference fees, but participants have to pay their own travel expenses.

The Conference organizer is Professor Eang Ngov, [email protected], tel. (312) 206-5677.

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