The South Asian Legal Studies Annual Workshop is the only U.S. based annual workshop on South Asian legal issues. The first workshop was in 2007 and since then it has attracted scholars and practitioners from across North America, South Asia, and Europe representing multiple disciplines.
The workshop’s objective is to overcome a number of divides between scholars- particularly between researchers inside vs. outside of law schools; inside vs. outside of South Asian institutions; and working on colonial vs. post-colonial subjects. The workshop facilitates interaction among junior, and senior scholars; students and faculty; and academics and non-academics.
14th Annual South Asia Legal Studies Workshop
Thursday, October 15, 2020
8:45am - 5:30pm
Lubar Commons (Room 7200) UW Law School
Call for Papers
Due April 10, 2020
Please register on Eventbrite by October 8, 2020 for free.
There will be no formal presentations. Each session will feature a discussion of a short pre-circulated proposal or paper (max. 3,000 words plus notes and any bibliography), which attendees are expected to read in advance. Please register for the workshop using the link above so we can provide you with access to the papers.