Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Call for Abstracts: ACS Constitutional Law Scholars Forum

The deadline to submit an abstract for the 8th Annual ACS Constitutional Law Scholars Forum is being extended to Jan. 26, 2024, but the hotel room block rate expires before the extended submission deadline (please see hotel info below).

The University of Oklahoma College of Law and Texas A& M University School of Law are sponsoring the 8th Annual ACS Constitutional Law Scholars Forum, Feb. 16, 2024, at the University of Oklahoma College of Law in Norman. It is a one day conference focused on constitutional law  (including criminal procedure) topics.  We invite presentations for scholarly works at any stage of development.  There are no registration fees, and meals will be provided.

 Submission:

  • Submit your abstract with this link: docs.google.com/forms/d/...
  • Include abstract (300 words maximum), biography (150 words maximum), and key words from your abstract (to enable grouping presenters by topic) on a document in Word format-not PDF, please.
  • Conference organizers Professor Eang Ngov, [email protected]. and Professor Meg Penrose, [email protected]. Please include "2024 ACS Constitutional Law Forum" on your subject line for all inquiries.

 Hotel information: 

There is a conference room block (30 rooms) for $149/night at the Noun Hotel close to campus.  Reservations must be made by Jan. 25, 2024 for the room block rate. 

 Anyone submitting a proposal close to the submission deadline is encouraged to reserve your room in advance of receiving your invitation to present (there is no fee to reserve), so that you may lock in the conference room block rate. Reservations can be made through Marriott Reservations 1 (888) 236-2427.

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