sabato 12 ottobre 2013


AIDC is pleased to invite submissions for the
Younger Scholars Conference to be held on May, 30-31
at the European University of Rome

This call solicits scholarly essays examining the new issues of Comparative Law from a variety of perspectives and methodologies. Possible areas of exploration include, but are by no means limited to:

- Research agendas of comparative Law; 
- Models of multiculturalism;
- Legal traditions and legal culture;
- Governance and norm-setting;
- Global legal theory;
- New constitutional forms and political projects;
- New contract Law;
- New forms of property and new interests in property;
- Law and economic development;
- Human and post-human concepts in biolaw and bioethics; - Human rights and gender Identity;
- Sovereign debt restructuring.

A 300 word abstracts should be submitted by 28 February 2014 and emailed as attachments to

Abstracts may be in Word or RTF format, following this order:

a) author(s), b) affiliation, c) email address, d) title of abstract, e) body of abstract, f) up to 10 keywords

Abstract file should be entitled: Family Name_Last Name.doc

We acknowledge receipt and answer all paper proposals submitted. Authors will be notified within approximately one month from the deadline as to the status of their submissions.

A committee of renowned legal scholars will act as referee to select the papers according to acknowledged academic standards.

You can also check the Conference website for further information: 


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