We have received the following details about a Private Law Junior Scholars Conference.
Title: Call for Papers – Autonomy in Private Law: Past, Present, Future
Organization: The Private Law Junior Scholars Conference
Event dates and location: June 19-20, 2019, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law, Safra Center for Ethics.
CFP deadline: January 20, 2019, midnight EST
The Private Law Junior Scholars Conference is a collaboration between the law faculties of the University of Toronto and Tel Aviv University. It aims to create a forum for junior researchers from around the world to exchange about private law and different aspects of private law scholarship. The conference provides a select number of doctoral candidates, post-doctoral researchers and junior faculty (pre-tenure) with a unique opportunity to present their work and receive meaningful feedback from senior faculty members and peers. Last year’s conference, themed ‘Public Aspects of Private Law’, received 70 submissions. A total of seven presentations were selected by the organizers and leading private law scholars from the universities of Tel Aviv, Toronto and Yale, which included Hanoch Dagan, Avihay Dorfman, Larissa Katz, Daniel Markovits, Ariel Porat, and Arthur Ripstein.
This Year’s Topic: Autonomy in Private Law: Past, Present, Future
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