Call for Papers: Berkeley Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Conference 2017 [15 – 16 June, Dublin]: Submit by Nov 1


1st November, 2016


15th – 16th June, 2017

Call For Papers

The Berkeley Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law Study Group, hosted by the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, will hold its 2017 meeting in Dublin on 15th – 16th June, 2017.


Inequality and the Environment

Anti-Discrimination Law and Religious Diversity

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Transgender Equality and the Law

The Impact of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Proposals on other topics relating to equality and anti-discrimination law are also welcome.

Number of Scholars [Cap]

We anticipate inviting up to 30 scholars, lawyers and policy-makers to join us for two days of workshops, presentations and discussions.


All participants will need to pay for their own travel. Accommodation will be provided by Trinity College Dublin, including meals during the conference.


Presentation proposals of up to 3 pages, or applications to participate as a discussant/panel chair, should be submitted no later than 1st November, 2016. We encourage applicants to attach a CV to the proposal or application.

Important Dates

Decisions will be announced by 15th November, 2016.

Papers and/or presentation materials should be ready for circulation to all participants no later than 15th May, 2017.

Proposals for presentations and/or papers will be reviewed by Professor Mark Bell, Trinity College Dublin and Professor David Oppenheimer, Berkeley Law.

Submission Procedure

Please send inquiries and presentation and/or paper proposals or applications to participate as a respondent to

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