The Law Schools Global League (LSGL) is delighted to announce its forthcoming Winter Conference to be hosted by Kyushu University, in Japan. LSGL faculty members, researchers, and graduate students are cordially invited to submit their research papers and participate in stimulating discussions on the cutting-edge developments in the realm of global law and legal education. The conference will provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and perspectives on various legal disciplines and their impact on the global community.
We welcome submissions on all areas of focus of the various LSGL research groups, but preference will be given to contributions on one of the two following topics:
Global Private Law: This theme invites contributions focusing on the evolving nature of private law, its implications for cross-border transactions, and the challenges and opportunities presented by the ever-expanding interconnectedness of legal systems.
The Past, Present and Future of Legal Education: This theme encourages submissions that delve into past, present and possible future trends in legal education, the integration of technology in pedagogical approaches, and the role of law schools in preparing the next legal professionals for the complexities of a globalized world.
Applicants are invited to submit paper proposals of 300 to 500 words, together with a short CV. All submissions must be sent to email@example.com no later than 30 November 2023. Proposals will be reviewed by a panel consisting of the current LSGL copresidents and Kyushu University faculty members.
– Abstract submission deadline: 30 November 2023
– Notification of decision: 15 December 2023
– Paper submission deadline: 31 January 2024
– Conference date: 7 February 2024
LSGL brings together law schools that share a commitment to the globalisation of law and to integrating global law in their teaching and research. The purpose of the League is to promote legal education and scholarly research in relation to the globalisation of law by, among other things, fostering academic debate on the impact of globalisation on law and setting a research agenda for this. The League’s agenda is broad and inclusive, covering all fields of law where globalisation and interdependence are an issue.