10 Days Left to Register for CELSE in Oslo Registration for 3rd Conference on Empirical Legal Studies in Europe closes on 15th Feb

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On 11th and 12th June 2020, the Norwegian capital will welcome the Conference for Empirical Legal Studies in Europe. Every two years this conference brings together legal academics and researchers from adjacent fields, to exchange about fact research in law and empirical legal findings.

From this year’s call for applications:

CELSE will consider empirical papers across all areas of law, although priority will be given to papers with a European focus. Empirical analysis is understood to encompass any systematic approach to quantitative or qualitative data analysis, including statistical analysis, machine learning, experiments, text-mining and network analysis techniques.

 

Authors are encouraged to submit works-in-progress; however, submissions should be completed drafts that include principal results. Submitted papers must be unpublished (and expected to be unpublished at the time of the conference). If accepted, authors will have an opportunity to submit a revised draft prior to the conference for presentation and discussion. Please note that accepted papers will be made available to all conference participants.

Registration is open until 15 February 2020 at

https://www.jus.uio.no/english/research/areas/forum/call-for-papers

For additional questions please contact Malcolm Langford or Synøve Andersen.

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Hanjo Hamann is an assistant professor (with tenure track) at the Wiesbaden University of Business and Law, EBS Law School, in Germany. His research and teaching focus on private law, commercial law, and intellectual property, with particular emphasis on digitalisation and legal linguistics.
Suggested Citation
Hamann, 10 Days Left to Register for CELSE in Oslo, LAW’S|EMPIRICS, 02/05/20, DOI: 10.25527/re.2020.01