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Sender:
Francis Rose
Date:
Sat, 10 Feb 2007 13:05:00
Re:
SLS Restitution Section call for papers

 

The annual conference of the Society of Legal Scholars will be held at the University of Durham from 10-13 September. For further details, watch the SLS website.

The Restitution section will hold four session during 10-11 September. Each session will last 90 minutes. Speakers are expected to submit drafts of their papers by the end of July, so that the papers can be read in advance. Speakers normally speak for 20 minutes on their paper, leaving the bulk of the time for discussion. In order to keep down the costs of the conference, all those attending the conference (including the speakers) are expected to obtain their own funding for attendance at the conference. Offers to speak are welcomed and should be made as soon as possible to the convener at: Francis.Rose@bristol.ac.uk.

Those contemplating speaking may like to give some thought to two particular points this year:

1. The SLS President is encouraging subject sessions to endeavour to fit in with a theme of the main conference and to devote one of their sessions, if possible, to the contribution to their subject area of Baroness (Brenda) Hale of Richmond.

2. It is proposed that a prize will be awarded to the best paper delivered at the conference.

I look forward to hearing from would-be speakers.

 

Francis Rose
Professor of Commercial Law
Faculty of Law
University of Bristol
Wills Memorial Building
Queen's Road
Bristol BS8 1RJ


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