Columbia Law Review 2019 Call for Symposium Proposals
The Columbia Law Review is seeking topic proposals for an in-person March 2019 Symposium at Columbia Law School. Featured papers discussed at the in-person event will subsequently be featured in an accompanying issue of the Columbia Law Review. Pieces selected for publication will be approximately 10,000 words.
The Review encourages submissions about any relevant legal topic. Submissions should include:
- A brief prospectus explaining the relevance of the topic and the Symposium’s potential contribution to legal scholarship.
- A list of potential panelists, contributors, and keynote speakers.
- An explanation of the proposed Symposium’s connection to Columbia Law School. While this is an open call to all legal academics, the Review encourages proposals which include Columbia Law School faculty as participants or co-organizers.
- Information about any independent sources of funding and any proposed organizational partners at Columbia Law School or Columbia University.
The Review will consider submissions until August 1, 2018. If selected, Symposium organizers will be notified by September 15, 2018.
Please send Symposium proposals to Jeffrey Stein, Symposium & Special Projects Editor, at email@example.com.