Venue: King\'s College London
|Event Date/Time: Apr 19, 2012||End Date/Time: Apr 20, 2012|
|Registration Date: Apr 01, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 01, 2012|
|Abstract Submission Date: Dec 12, 2011|
|Paper Submission Date: Apr 01, 2012|
The Committee of the International Graduate Legal Research Conference (IGLRC) 2012 invites abstract submissions for consideration. The sixth annual IGLRC will be held over two days, April 19-20, at Kingâ€™s College London, in the heart of Londonâ€™s legal quarter. The conference provides early career researchers with an unparalleled opportunity to engage in academic debate. We invite submissions from research students in any area of (or related to) law. The subject panels will be chaired by eminent scholars and practitioners in each subject-field. The topics covered by this yearâ€™s conference include (but are not limited to):
Criminal Law Criminology & Criminal Justice
European Union Law
International Economic Law
International and Human Rights Law
Abstracts must be no longer than 350 words in length. Submissions will only be accepted via our website: www.iglrc.com. Submissions from applicants without a valid university/institution email address will be rejected.
The closing date for receipt of abstracts is Monday, 12th December 2011. Successful applicants will be informed by 1st February 2012. The authors of abstracts selected for presentation will be expected to submit completed papers (with a maximum length of 6,000 words by 1st April 2012.
Please address enquiries to email@example.com. Submissions sent by email will not be considered.
Select papers presented at IGLRC 2012 may be considered for publication by the Kingâ€™s Law Journal*
*The General Editor of the King's Law Journal, Professor Jeremy Horder, encourages those who have given papers at the conference to develop those papers into pieces for the Analysis, Articles or Book Review sections of the Journal. Submissions to the Journal must conform to the house style (see www.hartpub.co.uk/journals). All submissions will be subject to the refereeing process in the ordinary way, and so there is no guarantee of publication. Professor Horder will consult the subject panel chairs on their views about the papers that might be suited for the Journal.