Tulane University School of Law and The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel’s Legal Education Committee are organizing the 9th academic symposium financially supported by The ACTEC Foundation. The symposium, Conflict of Laws in Trusts and Estates will be held at the Tulane University School of Law on Friday, October 21, 2022. The keynote address will be given by Professor Jeffrey Schoenblum of Vanderbilt University Law School.
Among the objectives of this symposium are the following:
To bring together prominent and up-and-coming scholars for the discussion of important issues in conflict of laws;
To spur leading-edge research on conflict of laws in trusts and estates;
To encourage professors of trusts and estates to incorporate and consider issues of conflict of laws in their scholarship and teaching;
To promote collaborations and exchanges between conflict-of-laws scholars and scholars of trusts and estates.
Papers presented at the symposium will consist of papers selected from this Call for Papers and papers from invited speakers. The papers will be published in the Tulane Law Review.
If you would like to be considered to present a paper, please submit an abstract of your paper to Ron Scalise by email (email@example.com) by November 1, 2021. Those chosen to participate in the symposium will be notified no later than December 1, 2021. Symposium speakers will be required to submit a draft of their papers by August 15, 2022, so that the panel commentators will have sufficient time to prepare their commentary.
Symposium speakers will be reimbursed for their travel expenses (economy airfare, the cost of ground transportation, and up to two nights’ hotel stay). Speakers will be invited to dinner on the evenings of Thursday, October 20, 2022, and (for speakers staying Friday evening) Friday, October 21, 2022.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided to speakers and attendees on Friday, October 21, 2022, courtesy of The ACTEC Foundation.
Questions about the symposium or this call for papers should be directed to Ron Scalise at the email address above.
This symposium was made possible through the financial support of The ACTEC Foundation.