Happily having accepted the invitation to serve as a discussant at the May 5 Junior-Senior Scholar Workshop of the American Society of International Law-Southeast interest group, I note that the submissions deadline is quite soon: January 21, to be exact.
Papers will be presented during an all-day session at the University of Virginia School of Law in Charlottesville. They may be on any international law topic, as long as the author is a junior scholar from our corner of the country; that is, as organizers write:
The call for papers is open to untenured professors, visiting assistant professors, graduate students who have earned a J.D., and those who have a J.D. and who are seeking employment as a tenure-track professor. Applicants must live or work in the Southeastern U.S, broadly conceived.
A one- or two-page abstract of the paper, plus a CV, should be sent by January 21 to the ASIL-SE co-chairs: my Georgia Law colleague, Professor Harlan Cohen (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Vanderbilt Law Professor Ingrid Wuerth (Ingrid.email@example.com). Hope to see you at the workshop.