The 9th Asian Constitutional Law Forum
Prospective participants may submit either an individual paper abstract or a panel proposal, the latter of which is particularly encouraged. A panel proposal is a proposal to form a panel in which three to four papers would be presented. A panel proposal should include a) a panel title, b) a short explanation of the theme of the panel, c) the titles and abstracts of the papers to be presented. A panel should have three to four speakers each presenting a paper, and one chair who could also serve as discussant.
The abstract should be no more than 250 words. Each participant will be admitted to present only ONE paper. The conference committee will consider the abstracts, and the authors of approved abstracts will be notified as scheduled
*For any questions, please email to:
*Deadline: Abstracts are to be submitted by November 1st, 2021.
*Those potential participants who submitted their paper or panel abstracts by the original deadline, July 20th, 2021, will receive notification letters in early August. Those who submitted after July 20th, 2021 will receive notification letters in November.
*Please be sure to read our latest important announcement regarding the postponement of the event.
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