Conferencia de Estudiantes de Post-grado y Estudiantes de Derecho en McMaster University

Por Jorge Luis Fabra Zamora (jorgefabraz@gmail.com)

Paralela a la Gran Conferencia de Filosofía del Derecho sobre Dworkin que se llevará a acabo en McMaster University (con la presencia de Raz, Christiano, Green, Arneson, etc., más detalles aquí), se realizará una conferencia para estudiantes de post-grado y estudiantes de derecho en todas las áreas de la filosofía del derecho (jurisprudencia general y normativa, derecho y moral, naturaleza del derecho, etc.). Esta es la Convocatoria. Los papers deben estar escritos en inglés.

Más información respecto de este evento, y detalles sobre Hamilton, etc. me puedes escribir a mí. También aquí, aquí, y aquí, y sobre eventos anteriores, las siguientes entradas del blog (aquí, aquí y aquí, y una conferencia presentada en McMaster en el marco de la última conferencia, aquí




The Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership Graduate Conference for Legal Theory
Hosted by
McMaster University’s Philosophy Department
May 28th/29th at McMaster University, University Hall -Toronto, ON, Canada
Keynote Speakers:
Christopher Essert (Faculty of Law, Queen’s University)
François Tanguay-Renaud (Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall School)
CALL FOR PAPERS
We are currently accepting submissions from graduate students and law students from all universities for presentations relating to all areas within legal theory including, but not limited to:
• General and Normative Jurisprudence
• The Nature of Law
• Law and Morality
• Judicial Review / Judicial Activism / Theories of the Judicial Role
• Constitutionalism
• Feminist Approaches to Legal Theory / Critical Legal Studies
• The History of Legal Philosophy
• Law and Authority
• Controversies related to all areas of law (criminal law, tort law, administrative law, etc…)
• International Law
Papers should be approximately 3000-4000 words in length and be either in .rtf or .doc format. Each presenter will be given a one hour presentation slot, of which 25-30 minutes will be dedicated to presenting the paper, with the other 30-35 minutes dedicated to participant responses. An abstract of 100-200 words should accompany all papers. All papers and abstracts must be submitted no later than January 31, 2014.
A panel of both legal philosophy graduate students and professors at McMaster, and law students and professors at Osgoode Hall will review submissions using criteria of interest, sophistication, and general overlap with similar themes. All papers will be subject to blind review. Notice of acceptance will be given on March 3, 2014.
While only graduate and law student papers will be accepted for presentation, all persons (including students, faculty, or any persons with a general interest in legal theory) are welcome to attend.
Please send papers and abstracts, together with your name, contact information, and home university to: ollpconference2014@gmail.com
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