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Editor: Gerry W. Beyer
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Monday, October 24, 2022

Call for Papers -- Annual Meeting on Law and Society

Trusts and Estates Collaborative Research Network (CRN56)

CALL FOR PAPERS 

Annual Meeting on Law and Society

San Juan, Puerto Rico

June 1-4, 2023 

IN PERSON ONLY 

Abstracts deadline: 8 November 2022

The Trusts and Estates Collaborative Research Network invites you to submit your paper and panel proposals for the upcoming annual meeting on Law and Society, to be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This conference will be in-person only. There will be no hybrid or virtual panels. 

We invite papers and proposals that touch in any way on succession (inheritance), equity, or wealth transfers more generally. Subjects of inquiry may involve any aspect of government or social policy with respect to trusts, estates, inheritance, wealth transfer, equity or courts with jurisdiction over these issues.

The conference theme of ‘Separate and Unequal’ offers an opportunity to explore the role of law in normalizing inequality and discrimination. However, papers are not limited to these topics.

We welcome any papers on the topic of trusts and estates. For more information about the conference theme, visit:

https://www.lawandsociety.org/sanjuan2023/

How to submit:

To be included in a CRN56 Trusts and Estates session please submit your proposal directly through the Law and Society Association’s website by November 8, making sure to select CRN56 from the dropdown menu. 

We welcome any of the following submissions: 

  • Individual papers (we will organize submissions into panels).
  • Paper sessions: panels formed around a single theme, with 4 or 5 paper presenters, and a chair/discussant.
  • Roundtables: formed around a single topic with 4 to 8 participants, and a chair. 
  • Author Meets Reader (AMR): for scholarly books published in 2022. 

Individual abstracts can be submitted in English or Spanish

Session abstracts must be in English, but can be presented in Spanish as long as all papers in the session are in Spanish. 

For more information on the different submission types, and how to submit, visit: https://www.lawandsociety.org/types-of-submissions/

Important information about the conference:

More information including details regarding visa requirements, and accessibility information can be found at the conference website: 

https://www.lawandsociety.org/sanjuan2023/

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/trusts_estates_prof/2022/10/call-for-papers-annual-meeting-on-law-and-society.html

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