Join LPE at the Law & Society Conference in 2020 as we expand the Law and Political Economy CRN (55)!
There are only two and half days left to apply to the Law and Society Association (LSA) Conference, which will be held in Denver, Colorado, May 28 – May 30, 2020. All paper, panel, and session proposals must be submitted to the LSA by November 20 (11:59pm EST). Please submit your proposal directly to LSA through the portal at https://www.lsadenver2020.org/ As outlined below, we invite you to use our Collaborative Research Network (CRN 55) for Law and Political Economy which will allow us to minimize scheduling conflicts and highlight papers and panels related to Law and Political Economy themes at the conference.
Instructions for Applying to LSA as Part of the Law & Political Economy CRN
1. Background Information on the CRN. We take a broad view of the scope of Law and Political Economy. All scholars with an interest in law and political economy are welcome to participate in our CRN’s events. Presenting your paper as part of the CRN’s program generally means a better fit for your paper and a larger audience than leaving it to the larger program committee, and helps foster connections between our participants.
2. How to Join the Law and Political Economy Program for the 2020 Conference. At the LSA conference in Denver, we hope to continue and expand the conversation with another series of panels and events. To this end, we have identified several options for CRN members to submit papers and panels:
a. Submit a Complete Panel or Roundtable Proposal. If you have organized a complete panel or roundtable session, please submit it directly to the LSA and select “CRN 55: Law and Political Economy” from the drop-down menu on the submissions page. The LSA website details the submission process: https://www.lsadenver2020.org/types-of-submissions. Please note that selecting CRN 55 is very important because it will help the LSA to schedule our panels in a way that minimizes conflicts. It is wise to include at least 5 paper abstracts in case someone has to cancel before the conference, because sessions with less than 4 papers may be moved to a “roundtable” that may be banished to a terrible room where nobody can hear each other speak.
b. Submit an “Author Meets Reader” Session for a Recent Book. These sessions can be organized for books with a copyright in 2019 or later and require participation of the author, a chair, and a max of 2 readers.
c. Submit a Paper to be Placed in a Panel on the CRN. If you have a paper to submit, please submit it directly to the LSA and select “CRN 55: Law and Political Economy” from the drop-down menu on the submissions page. LSA will then send all papers under this CRN to us, and we will organize them into panels. The LSA website details the submission process: https://www.lsadenver2020.org/types-of-submissions. Please note that selecting CRN 55 is very important. If you do not, you will not be included in any LPE panels.