Law and Society Association Annual Meeting
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
June 7-10, 2018
CALL FOR PAPERS
Aging, Law, & Society
Collaborative Research Network (CRN)
The Aging, Law, and Society Collaborative Research Network (CRN) invites scholars to participate in a multi-event workshop sponsored by the CRN as part of the Law and Society Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting. The Aging, Law & Society CRN brings together scholars from across disciplines to share research and ideas about the relationship between law and aging, including how the law responds the needs of persons as they age and how law shapes the aging experience. This year’s workshop will feature themed panels, roundtable discussions, and rapid fire presentations in which participants can share new ideas and research projects.
The CRN encourages paper proposals on a broad range of issues related to law and aging. However, we especially encourage proposals on the following topics:
In addition to paper proposals, we also welcome:
If you would like to present a paper as part of a the CRN’s programming, please send a 100-250 word abstract, with your name, full contact information, and a paper title to Nina Kohn (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Israel Doron (email@example.com). Please indicate the stage at which the paper will be, or is expected to be, in May of 2018. Likewise, please send an email to above addresses if you are already planning a panel that you would like to have featured as part of the Aging, Law, and Society CRN.
Please submit all proposals for paper presentations by no later than Monday, October 16, 2017.
Aging, Law, & Society Collaborative Research Network
Fourth Annual Workshop
Presentation Abstract (approx. 100-250 words) in accordance to the conferences guidelines.
We are surveying participant interest in and preferences for presentation format. Accordingly, please indicate what presentation format(s) you would be prefer:
□ Short, rapid-fire presentation (under 5 minutes)
□ Concise presentation (10 minutes)
□ Longer presentation (15-20 minutes)
We are also surveying participant interest in being paired with a commentator. Please indicate whether or not you would prefer having a commentator assigned to your paper:
□ Would prefer a commentator
□ Would prefer not to have a commentator
□ Do not have a preference