Reminder and Call For Papers: Frankenlaw: Community, Division, Modernity–Closes on June 30, 2021

Reminder and Call For Papers:

This is a reminder that the call for papers for this year’s Critical Legal Conference, Frankenlaw: Community, Division, Modernity, is still open—and will be closing on the 30 of June 2021.


Full details, including streams and submission instructions, can be found here:


Please share this call as widely as possible, via any networks or colleagues that may be interested.


Registration is not yet open, but in the interests of maintaining as much parity as we can between those who join in person and those who join online, please be advised that there will be flat rate for ‘in person’ and ‘online’ attendance. We are still finalising the rate, but we are aiming to keep it as low as possible. It may be a little higher than a purely online registration rate, but also cheaper than an in person registration rate. But it means that you do not need to commit to one or the other until nearer the event, when (hopefully) the level of restrictions will be clearer.


That being said, in order to help us with our planning, it would be very helpful for us if you could take 15 seconds to let us know whether you would most likely be attending in person or online. Here is a quick, one-question, no-commitment survey:


A note on blending, too. We are aiming to blend everything down to the level of sessions and papers, meaning that any given panel can and may have a mixture of online and in person contributors and audience.


Please get in touch if you have any queries: Or contact stream conveners if you have queries about specific streams (their contact details are on the call for papers page of the website, linked above).