Bristol University Press strives to publish the highest quality science in law. Our list of laws focuses on justice and human rights and looks at how the law works to protect the things that matter most to our society. We publish authors whose experience and expertise put them in a unique position to examine weaknesses in the law, authors who can highlight injustices and make compelling proposals for change in policy and practice. Visit our booth to learn more about publishing with us and enjoy a 50% discount on all law books until 30/09/22. Cambridge University Press is a non-profit publishing house dating back to 1534 and part of the University of Cambridge. Our mission is to unlock people`s potential with the best learning and research solutions by combining cutting-edge content with the highest standards of science, writing and production. Visit our booth to discuss publication with us, browse our latest publications, and access a collection of free chapters and journal articles. We offer 30% discount on all books at our booth, and the discount is also available online for 30 days from the start date of the conference. Visit www.cambridge.org/conferences to learn more. More information on the conference theme and submission process is available online here: www.slsconference.com/ After the completion of the calls for papers, there is a full liaison between the organisers and the secretary of the technical sections to ensure that work of sufficient quality can be taken into account in the programme, even if they are in a different section than the one to which the work was originally submitted. Decisions on communications and proposals to be included in the programme will be notified by 3 March. All speakers must then register to attend the conference and register for the conference by Friday, April 21, 2023 in order to reserve their place in the program.
Following the annual comments of the delegates and the reports of the expert sections, we would like to highlight the following points: Artificial intelligence (AI) will fundamentally change the way we live, work and interact with each other, and tort law plays a critical regulatory role in the use of AI systems. Speakers will examine existing liability regimes (tort) for damage caused by AI systems inside and outside the European Union; They discuss current approaches to tort law reform in the context of challenges arising from the regulation of AI systems. An overview of the policy objectives and driving factors behind the different types of regulation of AI systems will reveal the techniques and factors of legal development. The SLS conference support program is shown below, click on the image to download a .pdf version. Calls for papers for individual sections will be distributed in the coming days, and we look forward to many submissions for the section program at the conference. Those who give a lecture do not need to be members of the society, although we encourage those who are eligible to become members to join us (and awards for the best papers and PhD papers at the conference are only open to fully paid members). The Annual Meeting not only provides an opportunity for the formal examination of current topics, but also provides a unique opportunity for academic lawyers to get to know each other and to exchange information about their respective law schools, such as research institutions or responses to government policy. In difficult times, this exchange of information and personal contacts are indispensable. Without it, law schools would be weaker and less well coordinated in defending the vital interests of legal education. The distribution of sections between the two halves of the 2023 conference is as follows: The 2023 Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference will take place from Tuesday 27 to Friday 30 June under the chairmanship of Professor Lucy Vickers at Oxford Brookes University.
The theme of the conference will be law and the common good. The company organizes an annual conference in September, during which meetings of the specialized sections are always held. The annual conference is something of an institution and provides an unparalleled forum for networking. Contributions are read and discussed at each branch meeting, and many are later published in the Society`s journal or elsewhere. The presidency of the society is an annual office, and the conference is usually held at the president`s home university. Members can reasonably expect their law school to assist with attendance costs. www.cambridge.org/us/academic/conferences/society-legal-scholars-annual-conference1/ If you would like to give a lecture or organise a panel, please submit your paper abstract or panel details by 23:59 UK time on Monday 6 February 2023. All abstracts and panel details must be submitted via the Oxford Abstracts conference system, which you can access here – and follow the instructions (select “Track” for the relevant field). If you registered for Oxford Abstracts for last year`s conference, please make sure to use the same email address this year if that address remains up to date.