Call for Abstracts
EXTEND UNTILL 29 February 2024 (23.59 CET)
1. The deadline to submit an abstract is 29 February 2024 (23.59 CET);
2. The first author or one of the co-authors can submit an abstract. If you are on a pre-organised workshop, you should enter the title of the workshop under 'workshop title'. Session organisers should submit the workshop proposal and include the names of the participants where indicated.
3. Abstracts should be written in English.
4. Note that you can submit a maximum two paper abstracts. Special workshops can consist of a maximum of 12 presenters, spread over a maximum of 3 sessions.
The first step is to create your author account (click here). You will then receive an automatic e-mail with a link to upload your abstract. If you do not receive this email (check your spam), please contact us at email@example.com.
Abstracts submitted after 29 February 2024 (23.59 CET) or by other means than this website will not be taken into consideration.
Proposal types & Guidelines
The first author or one of the co-authors of the paper should submit the abstract (max. 300 words). If your paper is part of a special workshop, please select the option 'special workshop' on the form. Please indicate the title of that special workshop on the form. If your paper is not part of a pre-arranged workshop, it will be grouped in a parallel session assembled by the conference organising team, based on the conference topics. Remember that you can submit a maximum of 2 abstracts.
The special workshop (max. 300 words) should be submitted by the workshop organiser(s). The proposal should provide a description of the topic of the workshop. Special workshops can take up to a maximum of 3 sessions (max. 12 paper presentations). Remember that you can submit a maximum of 1 special workshop (spread over a maximum of 3 sessions).
Proposals for presenting a paper or for organising a workshop are invited from scholars from all disciplines as well as from legal professionals. Presenters are encouraged to submit papers within one of the following eight streams:
1. Digitalisation, Innovation and Access to Justice
2. Empirical and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Legal Ethics and the Legal Profession
3. Philosophy and Legal Ethics
4. Globalisation and the Legal Profession
5. Regulation of the Legal Profession
6. Ethics and Governmental Lawyers
7. Ethics and Legal Education
8. Ethics and the Rule of Law
The conference will be organised into panel sessions. Normally, three to four papers will be presented in each session. Applicants may submit individual papers, which will be assigned to appropriate panels by the organisers. Proposals for special workshops on other themes that fall within the domain of this conference are also encouraged.
By clicking on this link you will be asked to create an account from which you will log in. Submitted abstracts will be reviewed per topic, by an international panel.
You will be notified of acceptance by the 7 March 2024 through the e-mail address you provided when creating your account.