As part of its efforts to bring together researchers and to encourage and facilitate cooperation among students and staff across disciplines, the Centre for European and Transnational Legal Studies, Queen’s University Belfast, is publishing this:
Call for Papers
Intersectionality in Law, Policy and Society
for an International Workshop for Postgraduate Research Students which will take place in Canada Room (Lanyon Building), Queen’s University, Belfast, United Kingdom at Wednesday 26 October, 2016 – 13:00 – 17:00. We are happy to announce that we have the honour of having Prof. Sandra Fredman from the University of Oxford as a keynote lecturer for the workshop.
Important dates and details
Conference venue: Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom
Date of conference: 26.10.2016
Abstracts deadline: 31.07.2016
Complete papers deadline: 30.09.2016
Contact email: email@example.com
Participation fee: No fee
Funding support to travel and accommodation offered: No
Submission Deadline for Abstracts: July 31, 2016
Abstracts should be 250 words. They should clearly spell out the main argument put forward, the structure of the paper and the methods used. A short biographical note of no more than 5 lines should accompany the abstract. Please send the abstracts and the biographical notes in one single e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 July, 2016. If accepted, you will receive the CETLS’s Guidelines for Authors and will be expected to deliver a full paper of no more than 8.000 words by 30.09.2016. We will offer to publish some of the papers as part of the European (Legal) Studies Online Papers, published by the CELTS.