Seton Hall Law School will host the Third National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, September 9-12, 2010. This conference will address critical national and global issues through the lens of legal scholarship that explicitly and implicitly examines contemporary racial context. It will feature panels on the “war on terror,” urban revitalization, criminal law, health care, education, immigration, human trafficking, voting rights, international and comparative law, judicial nominations, environmental justice, and corporate responsibility, among others. It will also include a Junior Faculty and Development Workshop.
The conference planning committee is seeking proposals for panels and workshops that fit within its broad theme, Our Country, Our World in a “Post-Racial” Era. It is also accepting drafts for work-in-progress sessions and shorter “thoughts-in-progress” sessions to informally discuss future research and writing ideas.
Please e-mail a one page abstract of your submission to Professor Kamille Wolff, Co-Chair of the Program Committee, at email@example.com by March 12, 2010. For more information about the conference, go to law.shu.edu/thirdnationalpoc.