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Friday, September 22, 2006

Conference on Empirical Legal Studies

A message from Bernie Black, University of Texas School of Law:

We invite you to attend the inaugural CONFERENCE ON EMPIRICAL LEGAL STUDIES, which will be held at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas, on Friday 27 - Saturday 28 October 2006 (first session begins Friday 9:00, last session ends Saturday 1:15 p.m. to let attendees return home Saturday afternoon). The conference will feature original empirical and experimental legal scholarship by leading scholars worldwide, from a diverse range of fields. The conference will be run as five concurrent sessions covering different areas of scholarship, with a total of 90 presented papers. There is no charge to academics and interested law student and graduate students to attend the conference.
Info can be found at http://www.utexas.edu/law/conferences/cels2006/

The preliminary program is also available at: http://hq.ssrn.com/conf_prelim_program=CELS-2006

The Conference is jointly organized by Cornell Law School, NYU School of Law and the University of Texas School of Law. The 2007 and 2008 CONFERENCES will be held at New York University School of Law and Cornell Law School, respectively. The conference organizers are: Jennifer Arlen (NYU), Bernard Black (Texas), Theodore Eisenberg (Cornell), Michael Heise (Cornell) and Geoffrey Miller (NYU).

For more information:
General inquiries concerning the 2006 Conference and additional details regarding particular submissions should be sent to:
Prof. Bernard Black
University of Texas, School of Law and McCombs School of Business
[email protected], (512) 471-4632

Logistical inquiries should be directed to:
Ms. Peggy Brundage, (512) 232-1387
[email protected]

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