Call for Papers on Property
Ben Barros of PropertyProf Blog asked me to cross-list the following Call for Papers. All you junior property scholars out there, have at it!
Eric Claeys and I have organized a junior scholars property works-in-progress panel for the AALS meeting in New York. Here are the details:
Call For Submissions
AALS Property Law Section Junior Scholars Works-In-Progress Panel
The AALS Property Law Section invites junior property scholars to submit works in progress for a junior scholars panel at the upcoming AALS Annual Meeting in New York The panel will take place on Sunday, January 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. At the panel, paper authors will have the opportunity to present their papers and receive commentary from senior scholars knowledgeable about their paper topics.
Submissions: Two papers and an alternate will be selected for the panel by blind peer review. Papers should be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 15, 2007 with the subject line “Property Junior Scholars Panel.” To facilitate blind review, authors should place their names and other identifying information on a separate cover page. Authors also should alter or delete references within the text that would reveal their identities to a referee. During the selection process, papers will be judged by how successfully they establish their contributions in a scholarly manner and by how substantially those contributions add to current property law and scholarship.
Eligibility: The panel is open to scholars who (a) currently have a permanent or visiting appointment at an AALS member or fee-paid school; (b) have been teaching for six or fewer years; and (c) do not yet have tenure. Papers that have been accepted for publication may be submitted for consideration, but only if they are early enough in the production process for the author to fully incorporate comments provided at the panel.
Please direct any questions to the panel organizers, Ben Barros (email@example.com) and Eric Claeys (firstname.lastname@example.org).