Jurisprudence in Central and Eastern Europe: Work in Progress 2020 - postponed to 2021
On behalf of the organizers of the 15th CEENJ conference at the University of Warsaw “Jurisprudence in Central and Eastern Europe: Work in Progress 2020” in Warsaw, I would like to thank you for your interest in the conference.
Please be informed that after long deliberations, we have decided to postpone the 2020 Warsaw conference to the next year. Please accept our apologies for letting you know so late but to the last moment we hoped that the COVID-19 crisis would fade and we will all have the opportunity to meet at the University of Warsaw. Unfortunately, the situation is getting worse which made us to take this difficult decision.
The good news is that all your submissions remain valid and will be considered for the 2021 conference, unless you decide to withdraw them. Additionally, we will announce another call for papers at the beginning of 2021.
Stay safe in these difficult times. We look forward to seeing you all in Warsaw next year.
The 2020 CEENJ (Central and Eastern European Network of Jurisprudence) Conference is to take place at the premises of the University of Warsaw (Poland), Faculty of Law and Administration, on September 17 and 18, 2020.
CEENJ was founded in 2005. Previous conferences of CEENJ were held in Pécs (Hungary), Osijek (Croatia), Graz (Austria), Rijeka (Croatia), Maribor (Slovenia), Belgrade (Serbia), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Skopje and Ohrid (Macedonia), Łódź (Poland), Brno (Czech Republic), Vilnius (Lithuania), Riga (Latvia), Zagreb (Croatia) and Bratislava (Slovakia).
The topic of the the 15th CEENJ conference – as in previous editions – is very broad: “Jurisprudence in Central and Eastern Europe: Work in Progress 2020”. The deadline for submitting papers is 1 June 2020.
Conference applications should submitted by e-mail to both convenors, i.e., Tatiana Chauvin (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Marcin Matczak (email@example.com). In addition to the applicant’s name, affiliation and e-mail address, a valid application should include a summary of the intended presentation comprising 3,600 characters with spaces. The oral presentation at a CEENJ conference is to be accompanied by a projection of the full text or a power point of the presentation.
Contributions to the whole gamut of jurisprudential issues, from legal philosophy and analytical legal theory to social theories of law, are welcome. Dogmatic (doctrinal) and empirical (historical, sociological, economic, etc.) studies of law with a strong conceptual content are also acceptable. The 2020 CEENJ Conference will also be open to participants working and/or residing outside the Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea area.
There is no conference fee. The schedule can accommodate 32 participants. Conference participants are to cover all their travel and accommodation expenses. The Faculty of Law of the University of Warsaw will provide all participants with lunch and dinner on 17 and 18 September 2020.