The Graduate Law Students Association (GLSA) at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University is hosting a virtual Graduate Student Conference on February 18, 19 and 20, 2021. The theme is "Law's Topologies: The Map, Territory and Spaces in Between," inviting students from all over the world to consider the relevance of space to their study of law.
Suggested topics included: legal geography; (de)colonizing spaces; legal pluralism and transnational legal theory; legal materialism and the immateriality of law; carceral spaces and forms; the pesky question of "law and..."; and interrogating methods for the study of law.
Abstracts were to be submitted by December 20, 2020 to be guaranteed consideration.
The full Call for Papers can be found here.
The draft programme can be found here.
The Google form to register your planned attendance in the audience as a non-presenting participant can be found here.
Any questions can be sent to the GLSA Chair at JoshuaShaw@osgoode.yorku.ca