Category Archives: Family Law

Same-Sex Marriage – Des Moines, IA

Drake University Law School‘s Constitutional Law Center marks the first anniversary of the Iowa Supreme Court’s decision opening marriage to same-sex couples with a lecture and symposium on the topic….

Family Law – Kansas City, MO

It’s not too late to submit a paper for the North American Regional Meeting of the International Society of Family Law and the Midwest Family Law Consortium conference June 3-5,…

Lavender Law – Miami Beach

Lavender Law, the National LGBT Bar Association’s Annual Career Fair and Conference, will take place Aug. 26-28, 2010, in Miami Beach. mw

American Historical Association – San Diego

The American Historical Association holds its annual meeting in San Diego, Jan. 7-10, 2010. Legal scholars might be interested in, among others: Events of the AHA Working Group for Historical…

Future of the Family: Modern Challenges in Adoption Law – Columbus, OH

Capital University Law Review presents the 6th Annual Wells Conference, The Future of the Family: Modern Challenges in Adoption Law, March 11, 2010. Topics may include: The Impact of the…

Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum – New Haven

The 11th Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum will take place at Yale June 18-19, 2010.  The topics will cover public law and the humanities: • Administrative Law • Constitutional Law –…

The 4th Conference of the Commission on European Family Law 2010 – Cambridge, UK

The Commission on European Family Law (CEFL) will hold its fourth annual conference focusing on the future of family property in Europe.  The conference will take place at the University…

Families, Fundamentalism, and the First Amendment – Williamsburg, VA

The Institute of Bill of Rights Law at William & Mary Law School will hold the symposium, “Families, Fundamentalism, and the First Amendment.”  The conference will take place on November…

Call for Book Proposals – Family, Law, and Society

New York University Press seeks book proposals for  a new series on Families, Law, and Society, edited by Nancy Dowd (University of Florida). mw