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FYI. CfA. Socio-Legal Studies Conference 2023 (VERY short deadline)

FYI, with apologies for late posting.

Submission deadline: 9th January, 2023

Conference dates: 4-6 April, 2023

More information: https://www.ulster.ac.uk/conference/slsa

The Conference

Socio-Legal Studies is where law meets the humanities and social sciences. The SLSA annual conference is the UK’s leading forum for socio-legal researchers and interdisciplinary researchers with an interest in the law to share ideas and their latest findings. We are extremely excited to be bringing the SLSA conference 2023 to Ulster University and to Derry-Londonderry.

This is only the second time the conference has visited the island of Ireland. While we look forward to the takeover of our small city by delegates, following the success of the hybrid conference hosted by York Law School in 2022 and the recommendations emerging from the SLSA’s recent EDI survey we will also offer opportunities for virtual participation.

Call for Papers

The call for papers for the Socio-Legal Studies conference 2023 is now open!

The conference will be hosted by Ulster University, Derry-Londonderry, from 4 to 6 April 2023. Authors wishing to present at the conference (in person or virtually) should use the link below to submit their abstract via Oxford Abstracts. Please choose the most appropriate stream or current topic for your proposed paper by using the drop-down menu provided. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words. The deadline for submissions is 9 January 2023.

Decisions on acceptance/rejection of papers will be made by individual stream/current topic conveners. If you have any questions about the suitability of your idea to a particular stream/current topic, please contact the conveners directly. Any problems with Oxford Abstracts should be reported to the conference team at the email address below. Decisions on submissions will be made by 23 January, after which authors will have a further two weeks to register for the conference at the ‘early bird’ rate.

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