Monday, July 20, 2020
Oxford University Press
Studies in Private Legal Theory
Oxford University Press is pleased to announce a call for papers for volume two of Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory, edited by Paul Miller (Notre Dame) and John Oberdiek (Rutgers).
Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory is a series of biennial volumes showcasing the best article-length work across private law theory. The series publishes exceptional work exploring the full range of private law’s domains and doctrines—including contract, property, tort, and fiduciary law as well as equity, unjust enrichment, and remedies—and employing diverse methodological approaches to individual areas of private law as well as to private law in general. Submissions should be approximately 12,000 words, inclusive of footnotes. The deadline for submission is March 1, 2021.
Circumstances permitting, all accepted papers will be presented at a workshop at the National University of Singapore on August 6-7 2021. The National University of Singapore and the Rutgers Institute for Law and Philosophy will cover the expense of contributors’ travel and accommodation.
Please send submissions to both Paul Miller (paul dot miller at nd dot edu) and John Oberdiek (oberdiek at rutgers dot edu).
Friday, July 17, 2020
Annual Call For Papers
The Journal for Law, Property, and Society
The Association of Law Property & Society (ALPS) publishes the Journal of Law, Property, and Society. While our annual meeting was not able to occur this year, we still hope to publish high quality scholarship from our international property law community in our open access peer review journal. We have heard that some people missed our earlier call for papers, so we are recirculating and have extended the deadline.
We invite you to consider publishing with JLPS in three ways.
First, we invite submissions of papers that would have been presented at our annual meeting. If you are interested in publishing your piece with us, please submit your abstract by July 31, 2020 with an email stating when the final article would be ready to be circulated for peer review.
Second, JLPS publishes descriptive articles on property law. These articles are intended to be clear, authoritative, and useful introductions to a property topic. There are few existing venues for publication of this kind of article and creating a space for them was one of our goals in creating the journal. If you are interested in submitting this type of article to the journal, we invite you to send us a short e-mail describing your proposed topic.
Third, JLPS publishes book reviews. If you have a book you would like to review or would like to have one of your publications reviewed, please contact us.
Please submit all questions and abstracts directly to our Editor in Chief, Jessie Owley at firstname.lastname@example.org.