Southern Cross University School of Law and Justice, in partnership with the is proud to convene and organise the 2019 LLHAA conference titled , which will be held at Southern Cross University Gold Coast Campus on 2-4 December 2019.
The conference will explore the intersection of legality, temporality and eschatology, the normatively uncertain and yet inherently creative space originated by the conflicting encounter between the orderly desire of law and the entropic tendency of apocalyptic narratives, with both forces cast against the backdrop of the ever-deferred notion of time itself.
Furthermore, the conference is organised in conjunction with the 2019 Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ) conference, titled , which will be held on 5-7 December 2019, still at Southern Cross University Gold Coast Campus. The two conferences, although distinct and separate, are nonetheless connected by a shared overarching theme, and are articulated around a shared Postgraduate Day, which will be held on the 5th December. Scholars are invited, in a profoundly interdisciplinary manner, to participate in either or both conferences.
For further information, or if you have any query about the conferences, please visit https://sljresearch.net.au/lawinendtimes/
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Organising Committee invites the submission of abstracts of original work. Abstracts can be submitted for consideration for an oral presentation or a hard copy poster.
The Organising Committee will endeavour to notify presenters whether their proposed paper has been accepted at the beginning of each month following the abstract’s submission.
Submissions can be made using the following link:
Dr Alessandro Pelizzon (Committee Chair)
Prof William MacNeil (Dean and Head of School)
Associate Professor John Page (Deputy Head of School, Research)
Ms Ellen Kronen (conference logistics)
We look forward to seeing you at the conferences in December!