Transport Law de lege ferenda
5th Annual Young Academics’ Vision on Tomorrow’s Transport Law — TransLawFer 2017
11-12th September 2017, Benicàssim, Spain
On 11 and 12 September 2017, the Institute for Transport Law of the Jaume I-University of Castellon (Spain) will host the 5th Annual Young Academics’ Vision on Tomorrow’s Transport Law Conference (TransLawFer 2017).
The TransLawFer cycle of conferences was inaugurated in 2013 in Belgium, organized by the Catholic University of Leuven, and is held on an annual basis in different countries all around the globe [Zagreb (Croatia), 2014; Elbasan (Albania), 2015; Seoul (South Korea), 2016]. As on the previous occasions, the concept is based on short expositions (15-20 minutes) by young legal academics and practitioners on topics related to their recent research and professional activities, followed by debates with the participants to the forum. The emphasis is thus divided equally between the audience and the speaker since debate, exchange of ideas and constructive criticism have to be encouraged in the first place in order to promote the evolution of transport law. And, certainly, this way of proceeding has turned out to be a successful method of connecting academia with practice and to create debate around different proposals related to the same topic of interest.
Given the particular format of the conference, there is no definite list of speakers, but the event is open to the submission of proposals by young academics and practitioners, giving them an opportunity to participate in a discussion forum that allows them to contrast their own conclusions with those of other researchers and experts who find themselves in a similar situation. In order to ensure the active participation of all participants, the conference is scheduled to be divided into two days (11 and 12 September 2017) and two simultaneous sessions.
Hotel Palasiet ****, Benicàssim (Castellon, Spain)
Advanced (post-) doctoral researchers and practitioners
Registration (free) before 15 July 2017 (within short on http://www.idt.uji.es)
The registration is free of charge, but travel and accommodation is not covered.
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Deadline for the submission of abstracts (max. 500 words): 1 July 2017
Please send the title and abstract of your presentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Papers (optional choice) submission deadline
Submission to the International Transport Law Review: 15 October 2017