For those in or near DC this summer, especially students, the Washington Council of Lawyers’ Summer Pro Bono & Public Interest Forum includes a poverty law panel tomorrow, 6/13, from 12:00-2:30 pm at Georgetown University Law Center that might be of interest.
The 2018 Critical Legal Conference will be held on 6-8 September 2018 at The Open University in Milton Keynes, with a postgraduate workshop taking place on the afternoon of September 5th.
This is an invitation for papers, panels or other interventions to the 2018 Critical Legal Conference hosted by the Open University Law School within the theme of regeneration.
- Blockchain as neoliberal regeneration?
- Complex financial systems: re-generation (autopoiesis) and the role of law in systemic failures
- Critical legal education
- From Unitary urbanism to community without propinquity
- Gender, sexuality & law
- General stream
- Law, aesthetics, and Critical Legal Studies
- Law and literature
- Law in the Anthropocene: regulation as regeneration?
- Legal regeneration: rebirth, revolution and reform
- Property and power
- (Re)generating ‘European’ space through experiences of exile
- Senses of belonging, identity, and participation in a unsettled world
- The end of humanity: resisting the catastrophic impact of the transformative technological imaginary
For more information, see the conference website: http://law-school.open.ac.uk/events/CLC-2018
The 2018 SALT Teaching Conference will take place on October 5-6, 2018 at Penn State Law in University Park, PA. The LatCrit-SALT Junior Faculty Development Conference will be held on October 4th.
The Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) welcomes proposals for the 2018 SALT Teaching Conference: Legal Education for a Changing Society. Suggested proposal topics should center around innovative strategies, techniques, and approaches to prepare students for practicing law in a time of profound technological and societal change. We are delighted that the Association of American Law Schools Section on Technology, Law, and Legal Education is holding its first conference collaboratively with SALT at the 2018 Teaching Conference.
For more information about registering and the call for proposals: https://w2.pennstatelaw.psu.edu/forms/salt/ and https://w2.pennstatelaw.psu.edu/forms/salt/SALT-2018-Teaching-Conference-CFP.pdf
The Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy at Loyola University Chicago School of Law and Annals of Health Law invite original research paper submissions for presentation at our 12th Annual Health Law Symposium: Serving the Needs of Medicaid Populations. The Symposium will take place at Loyola University Chicago School of Law on Friday, November 16, 2018, beginning at 9:30am. More info on the legalscholarshipblog.com here. Submission deadline is June 16, 2018.
(Keynote Speech by Francis Fox Piven above.)
I would like to say thanks to everyone who came to this year’s poverty law conference at American University Washington College of Law, and to those who tried to come but could not because of the weather. Though neither the weather nor the March for Our Lives organizers consulted with me as far as timing of their “events,” it still managed to be a good gathering of poverty law people. There was a mix of new and more senior faces and a wide-variety of topics discussed. So thanks to all those who came, to my school’s special events office, especially Jennifer Dabson and Denise Richards, to the custodial and catering staff, and of course to Dean Camille Nelson for supporting the conference and the Economic Justice Program. Below are some more photos from the event:
The Schedule and Bios for the Poverty States Conference March 23-24, 2018 at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. is available here: Poverty States Conference Mar. 23-24 2018 Materials.
It should be a great conference so please forward to anyone who might be interested — academics, students, practitioners, etc.! Cambridge University Press is going to publish an edited book that came out of the conference’s call-for-papers which is also exciting. ,
Here is the info from my school’s special events office about the conference:
Registration fee is $100 (waived for WCL Faculty, staff and students)
Please register at http://www.wcl.american.edu/secle/registration
A total of 7.5 CLE Credits will be applied for – $275
For further information, contact: Office of Special Events & Continuing Legal
Education, 202.274.4075 or email@example.com
Call-for-papers: “Property Rights and Human Rights: New Possibilities in an Age of Inequality” – Conference in Melbourne, Australia, Aug. 9-10, 2018, cfp deadline March 20, 2018.