The AALS Section on Transactional Law and Skills is soliciting papers for presentation at the Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA. The topic for this years session is Researching and Teaching Transactional Law and Skills in an Increasingly Global World.
The topic encompasses the scholarship and teaching of international and comparative transactional law and cross-border transactions. The Executive Committee encourages submissions on a broad range of transactional law and skills issues related to this years topic. Paper proposals focused on the teaching of international and comparative transactional law and skills are welcomed, but the Executive Committee is especially interested in papers that explore international and cross-border transactions from an empirical, doctrinal, or theoretical perspective. The Executive Committee specifically encourages submissions from junior scholars.
Deadline: Summaries (up to three double-spaced pages) are due July 30, 2012, to jheminwa[@]tennessee.edu. im