Transatlantic Conference on New Governance and the Transformation of Law

Law Review Symposium Nov. 20-21, 2009

Location and Timeline: The Conference will take place in room 325 at the Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street, Madison. Friday: Coffee 8:00 am; Sessions 8:30-4:00. Saturday: Coffee 8:30 am; Sessions 9:00-4:30.

  The University of Wisconsin Law School, The University of Wisconsin-Madison European Union Center of Excellence & The Centre for Law and Governance in Europe at University College London. Cosponsored by the Wisconsin Project on Governance and Regulation (WISGAR), the Global Legal Studies Center, the Institute for Legal Studies, the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), and the Wisconsin Law Review.

Organizing Committee & Participants: The Conference is organized by a Transatlantic Steering Committee co-chaired by Joanne Scott (University College of London) and Louise Trubek (University of Wisconsin Law School).  Committee members include Lisa Alexander (University of Wisconsin Law School), Kenneth Armstrong (Queen Mary University of London), Grainne de Burca (Fordham University School of Law), Jason Solomon (University of Georgia School of Law), and David Trubek, (University of Wisconsin Law School). Participants are scholars from the U.S., Canada and Europe who have made significant contributions to the understanding of new governance and its impact on law.

Registration Required: Due to space constraints, attendance is limited to UW faculty, Law Review staff, graduate students, and guest scholars whose work intersects with the focus of the conference. If you are interested in attending this event, please write to Pam Hollenhorst, Associate Director, Institute for Legal Studies. The registration deadline is Nov. 13th.

Links to Information:

Intellectual Overview

Final Program

Bio Statements of Participating Scholars 


Draft Papers
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