Pepperdine Law Review Symposium 2017

Theme

The Supreme Court, Politics and Reform

Speaking Slots

Speaking slots are limited and proposals will be selected on the basis of, among other things, how well they facilitate comprehensive coverage of the questions to be examined. Where proposals identify problems, those that also explore specific reform measures will be accorded additional weight.

Selected speakers will present their ideas in breakout panel sessions, and are requested to submit papers for potential publication. However, due to space and resource constraints, not all papers will be selected.

Except for meals provided at the symposium, speakers are expected to cover their own expenses of attending and make their own travel and lodging arrangements. Symposium staff will be available to make lodging recommendations and assist with other logistics.

Deadline

If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please do so by Friday, 11th November, 2016.

Submission

Proposals and accompanying biographies should be no longer than one page each. They should be submitted to Sophia Sipsas at [email protected]

Contact

For questions about the conference, you may contact our events manager Suzanne Inman at [email protected]

We hope that you will consider submitting a proposal to join us for this important dialogue.

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