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Sender:
Gerald Caplan
Date:
Wed, 5 Dec 2007 09:01:13 -0800
Re:
International Law Contracts Conference

 

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT
AND CALL FOR PAPERS

Fourth International Conference on Contracts
Sacramento, California
February 8-9, 2008

Sponsors:

The Pacific McGeorge Center for Global Business and Development.
Texas Wesleyan University School of Law
Lexis/Nexis
Law Conferences International LLC

  

Deadline for Abstract Submissions: December 17, 2007

Submissions are invited for the Fourth International Conference on Contracts, the largest annual scholarly conference devoted to all aspects of contract law, scholarship, and practice. The conference will be hosted by the McGeorge School of Law of the University of the Pacific.

Each year the Conference's goal is to present papers and works-in-progress that address the whole spectrum of contract scholarship, whether doctrinal, historical, jurisprudential, economic, philosophical, pedagogical, or interdisciplinary. Presentations by those who work in non-U.S. legal systems and by junior scholars who are new to the field are particularly encouraged. Proposals for entire panels with particular themes are welcome. Individual paper and works-in-progress submissions will be assigned to panels.

There is no publication requirement for participation in the Conference, although organizers of individual panels may arrange for publication as mini-symposia in law reviews.

  

WINE TOUR

As part of the Conference, Pacific McGeorge School of Law is pleased to organize a bus tour of three Napa Valley wineries, which will include free transportation and lunch for attendees, although participants will be responsible for their own wine tasting fees and purchase. The free optional tour will take place Sunday, February 10, 2008 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

  

SUBMISSIONS

Submissions should identify the author(s) and contain an abstract (not more than 500 words) of the proposed presentation. Proposed panels should include the names and contact information for all participants. Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis. Those received after the deadline will be accepted on a space-available basis. Submissions should be made by e-mail (preferred) or regular mail, to:

Franklin G. Snyder
Professor of Law
Texas Wesleyan University School of Law
1515 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
(817) 212-3921

  

PARTICIPANTS
(as of October 31, 2007)

Stephen M. Bainbridge (UCLA); Andrea K. Bjorkland (UC-Davis); Gerald Caplan (Pacific), Miriam A. Cherry (Pacific); Sidney W. DeLong (Seattle); Franklin A. Gevurtz (Pacific); Victor P. Goldberg (Columbia); Eric Goldman (Santa Clara); Danielle Kie Hart (Southwestern); Thomas W. Joo (UC-Davis); Nancy Kim (California Western); Charles L. Knapp (UC-Hastings); Michael P. Malloy (Pacific); Scott Moss (Colorado); Joseph M. Perillo (Fordham); John C. Reitz (Iowa); Claude D. Rohwer (Pacific); Keith Rowley (UNLV/Alabama); Gordon Smith (BYU); Franklin G. Snyder (Texas Wesleyan); John G. Sprankling (Pacific)

HOTELS

Delta King Hotel
1000 Front Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
www.deltaking.com
Front Desk: 1 (800) 825-5464

Group room rate offered at this hotel is $139.00. Guests should call the front desk to make reservations using the group name "McGeorge." Cut off date for making reservations is January 11, 2008.

  

Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza Hotel
300 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
www.holidayinnsacramento.com
Front Desk: (916) 446-0100

Group room rate offered at this hotel is $129.00 for singles and $139.00 for doubles. Guests should call the front desk to make reservations using the group name "McGeorge." Cut off date for making reservations is January 8, 2008.

Gerald Caplan
Professor of Law
Pacific McGeorge School of Law
3200 Fifth Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95817
Phone: (916) 739-7251
FAX: 916 -739-7111


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