Wisconsin Law Review Symposium
Call for Topic Proposals
The Wisconsin Law Review is seeking topic proposals for its annual Fall 2017 Symposium. We encourage submissions on any relevant legal issue.
Topic proposals should be limited to no more than 2,000 words. In addition to a description of the topic idea, proposals should include the names of anticipated authors and participants, the relevance of the legal issue, reasons for why the Wisconsin Law Review is the appropriate journal to host such a symposium, and a rough outline of the day. Please submit any topic proposals to email@example.com by May 05, 2017.
The Wisconsin Law Review looks forward to continuing its tradition of engaging in diverse symposium topics. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Michael Annerino and Ena Kovacevic, Symposium Editors
- 2016 – Modern Federal Judicial Selection
- 2015 – Critical Race Theory and Empirical Methods
- 2014 – Beyond the Sentence: Collateral Consequences of Conviction
- 2013 – Safety and Sustainability in the Era of Food Systems: Reaching a More Integrated Approach
- 2012 – Thirty Years of Comparative Institutional Analysis: A Celebration of Neil Komesar
- 2011 – The Changing Role and Nature of In-House Counsel
- 2010 – Intergenerational Equity and Intellectual Property
- 2009 – New Governance and the Transformation of Law
- 2008 – The Continuing Evolution of Securities Class Actions
- 2007 – The Future of Monopoly and Monopolization
- 2006 – Intimacy, Race, Marriage, and the Meanings of Equality: Perspectives on the 40th Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia