The call for papers is now open.
The conference will be hosted by the UCL Centre for Empirical Legal Studies, in conjunction with the Centre for Ethics and Law and Centre for Access to Justice. It will bring together researchers, policy makers and legal services professionals from across the world to share new findings, ideas and innovations in the access to justice and legal services sphere.
The conference will be held on the main UCL campus in Bloomsbury, Central London, on the 19th and 20th June 2014.
Paper proposals should be submitted using the conference paper proposal form, which includes further details of the call, and can be downloaded from the UCL Centre for Empirical Legal Studies website at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/socio-legal/empirical/docs/caj_conf_2014_call-for-papers.docx
All proposals will be reviewed by the conference organising committee. Notification as to whether proposals can be accommodated in the conference programme will be provided at the earliest date possible, and no later than 28th February 2014.
To assist conference delegates with their planning, early bird conference registration is also now open, with a 15% discount offered on standard conference fees. A further 15% discount is also available to those submitting paper proposals or agreeing to act as session chairs/discussants.
Details of the early bird conference fees and the registration process can be found at https://ucl-a2j.eventbrite.co.uk/
The early bird registration period will end on the 28th March 2014.