Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Work On! Comparative Law Works in Progress

(Work On! is an occasional item about workshops, roundtables, and other fora for scholarship-presentation-without-publication) Banding together for this year's 3d annual Comparative Law Works in Progress Workshop, to be held May 14-16, 2008, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, are the American Society of Comparative Law, University of Michigan Law School, University of Illinois College of Law, and Princeton University's Program for Law and Public Affairs.
This is a great opportunity, among the few events at which comparative law scholars in the United States may study and discuss in depth their ongoing scholarship. Up to 6 papers will be selected for discussion, before small groups of scholars, over the 2 days of this year's workshop.
Time's short to submit; deadline's February 15, 2008. Send draft articles, book chapters, book reviews, etc. -- works that are ready for extended discussion but have not yet appeared in print -- electronically to the organizers, our colleagues Kim Lane Scheppele, kimlane@princeton.edu, Mathias Reimann, purzel@umich.edu, and Jacqueline Ross, jeross1@law.uiuc.edu.

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