Call for Papers

Proposals are invited for papers and posters to be delivered at the Conference. In addition to the traditional paper presentations, the conference organisers invite papers which focus on sharing our knowledge and experience and supporting those new to teaching law. We therefore welcome proposals for training-type sessions (broadly conceived) and papers from experienced law teachers to pass on tips and tricks. A printable copy of the call for papers is available below.

Submission of Abstracts/Proposals

The call for papers is open until 5:00pm on Friday 7th February 2020. Please submit your abstract, session proposal or poster proposal by email to by that date. All submissions will be peer reviewed and decisions will be made and communicated no later than Friday 14th February

For the avoidance of doubt, you don’t need to submit anything other than an abstract in the prescribed format unless you wish your work to be considered for one of the prizes.

A template for abstracts for papers is available here: