Date(s) of Conference:
February 18-19, 2011
Stetson University College of Law
Similar to prior contracts conferences held at UNLV, McGeorge, South Texas, Texas Wesleyan, and Gloucester, England, this conference is designed to afford scholars and teachers at all experience levels an opportunity to present and discuss recently-published papers, forthcoming papers, works-in-progress, and pedagogical innovations, and to network with colleagues from the U.S and around the globe.
Call for Papers:
We invite paper, presentation, and panel proposals exploring any aspect of contract law, theory, and policy (full panel proposals, with topics and participants, are especially welcome). The topic range is intentionally broad to allow for the fullest exploration of things contractual. Past programs have included panels on “traditional” contracts topics (e.g. remedies, formation, and defenses) and on contract-related subjects (insurance, consumer law, commercial law, dispute resolution, family law, and restitution). Papers have also included a variety of perspectives on law, from law-and-economics (behavioral and neo-classical), to international and comparative contracting, to historical, jurisprudential, empirical, institutional, and many other perspectives. We also solicit volunteers to serve as moderators or discussants for panels that are not “packaged deals.” Proposals are due by December 15th.
All paper, panel, and presentation proposals should be sent to Jamie Fox by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by land to Stetson University College of Law, 1401 Gulfport, FL 33707.