Completed Papers for the Public Symposium
Papers on topics that deal with right right to research in international law will be considered for presentation at the public symposium. Acceptances of papers for the symposium will be based on the early drafts submitted by January 21th. Once accepted, authors can send revised drafts for inclusion in the conference materials until April 14. Authors whose works are accepted into the special volume of the AUILR will have a June 3 deadline for final papers.
Works in Progress for Private Workshops
Projects from any academic area related to the Right to Research are welcome to apply to present at a works-in-progress workshop held during the symposium. We plan to have at least one workshop on empirical (including econometric) research, one on interview or survey methodologies, and one on creating visual maps of limitaitons and exceptions around the world. Other workshops ideas are welcome. Acceptances will be based on the early drafts or descriptions submitted by January 21th. Once accepted, authors can send revised drafts or descriptions for inclusion in the conference materials until April 14.