The Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy will be hosted by the University of Auckland, Faculty of Law from Friday 14 July to Sunday 16 July 2017. The conference will feature keynote addresses by Alan Brudner (University of Toronto) and Colleen Murphy (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) as well as a book symposium on Jane Norton’s recent book: The Freedom of Religious Organisations (Oxford University Press, 2016).
Call for Papers
The Society welcomes proposals for papers on any topic in legal theory, broadly understood. The aim of the ASLP Annual Conference is to provide a forum for the discussion and debate on a range of issues in legal theory and philosophy of law. It is not restricted to analytic legal philosophy, and we strongly encourage the involvement of participants from other disciplines and the inclusion of topics from across legal fields.
Pre-Conference Postgraduate Workshop
A Postgraduate Workshop for PhD students will be held on Friday immediately prior to the formal commencement of the conference. The ASLP Postgraduate Workshop provides PhD students with the opportunity to receive feedback on works-in-progress in a supportive and collaborative environment. We welcome submissions on any topic in legal theory, broadly defined.
Abstracts for both the ASLP Conference and the Postgraduate Workshop should be submitted via email by Friday 28 April to Arie Rosen, Auckland Law School firstname.lastname@example.org.