CULJP is pleased to announce that we have extended our deadlines for our two annual prizes; the deadline for the 2020 Teaching Innovation Award in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies Teaching and the 2020 Best Undergraduate Student Paper Award in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies has been extended to February 10, 2020. Find more information on these exciting opportunities by visiting the 2020 CULJP Awards Page.
We are excited to announce that the pre-conference schedule for the 2020 CULJP Annual Meeting in Denver is live! Taking place the day before the Law and Society Association’s annual meeting, this rare opportunity to network with fellow scholars and share research findings will include breakfast and lunch catering. Pre-conference attendees can access the schedule and related RSVP form by visiting the CULJP Meetings Page.
Please take a look at our CULJP Blog! Its recently updated content includes reflections from Law and Society scholars and teachers such as Renee Ann Cramer, Sida Liu, Mary Nell Trautner, Monica Williams, Jean Carmalt, Michael Yarbrough, and others. We invite submissions to the CULJP Blog on a rolling basis; interested scholars are encouraged to contact Communications Director Haley Duschinski at Duschins@ohio.edu about their post.
The CULJP Job Postings Page remains an ideal source of information for scholars pursuing their next research or teaching opportunity in the field of Law and Society. Frequently updated, this reservoir of possibilities is open to submissions; contact Communications Director Haley Duschinski at Duschins@ohio.edu to advertise a new job posting on the CULJP website.
Law and Society scholars searching for helpful teaching materials are strongly encouraged to visit CULJP’s Syllabi Depository. The Consortium maintains an extensive archive of undergraduate Law and Society syllabi which can be contributed to; email Communications Director Haley Duschinski at Duschins@ohio.edu to contribute your syllabus.
The CULJP website contains a plethora of other information, too, including the 2019 CULJP Newsletter. Be sure to keep an eye out for future CULJP website changes as well!
The CULJP Board of Directors