Call for Papers – The 4th Asian Legal History Conference
The University of Law – Hue University, with the support the University of Oxford Programme in Asian Laws and the Transnational Legal History Group of the CUHK LAW’s Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law, will be organizing the Fourth Asian Legal History Conference on 25-26 July 2024. The conference is supported by the Asian Legal History Association. Previous Asian Legal History Conferences have been hosted, organized and supported by the University of Law at Hue University, the Faculty of Law at Thammasat University, the Centre for Asian Legal Studies at the National University of Singapore and the Faculty of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The conference aims to bring together a diverse, interdisciplinary group of scholars, researchers and graduate students to share their research findings on topics relating to legal history in Asia. The conference is open to both scholars anywhere in the world working on Asian legal history, broadly understood, and scholars based in Asia working on any legal history-related subjects.
The conference will be held entirely in person. Participants will be responsible for the costs of travel and accommodation. The organizers will circulate a list of suggested hotels to selected presenters. The organizers will also provide two lunches, one dinner, and tea breaks.
Click here for the call for papers. The deadline for paper and panel proposals is 15 March 2024.