Legal Scholarship Blog
July 19, 2010 at 11:42 AM
The Legal Scholarship Blog (http://legalscholarshipblog.com) helps the academic legal community keep up with conferences, calls for papers, and in-house workshops. Resource pages provide links to articles and other resources about teaching, grants, and empirical legal studies.
Who can the Legal Scholarship Blog help?
LIBRARIANS who want to alert their faculty to upcoming conferences and calls for papers in their specialties.
FACULTY MEMBERS who want to watch for conferences and calls for papers on their own.
FACULTY MEMBERS and CENTER DIRECTORS who want to promote conferences that they are organizing.
JOURNAL EDITORS who want to publicize calls for papers and symposiums.
LL.M. STUDENTS, PH.D. CANDIDATES, and OTHERS who want to become active in the scholarly community by presenting papers, getting published, or simply attending meetings.
JOURNAL EDITORS and OTHER CONFERENCE PLANNERS who want to see whether someone has already announced a symposium on the topic and to check for possible date conflicts.
FACULTY MEMBERS who want to see the papers their colleagues around the country are workshopping.
How can you help the Legal Scholarship Blog?
Spread the word! Please forward this message widely within your law schools and professional lists.
Send us announcements and encourage conference organizers to send us announcements. A link to a conference website is appreciated (that way people who see our post can follow the link for more information and it will be updated if plans change). See announcements to:
We are interested in events aimed at professors in law and law-related areas. We do not post events aimed only at attorneys (CLEs) or at law students.
The Legal Scholarship Blog is a service provided by the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and the University of Washington School of Law Gallagher Law Library.
Thanks for your help!
Mary Whisner, Reference Librarian