As a sequel to my last post, I would like to draw attention to a conference that will be held in June this year on Comparative Law: From Antiquity to Modernity. Here is an excerpt from the current call for proposals:
The conference organisers encourage proposals which have both comparative and historical elements. Submissions on any era of legal history will be considered, as will papers on comparative and historical methodologies. However, any comparative topic may be proposed, eg private law, criminal law and criminal justice, public or constitutional law, legal education, etc. In addition, proposals on European or International law will also be considered.
Proposal deadline is in two weeks, on January 30th.