TWENTy-FIRST Annual Conference

MARCH 16 - 17, 2018
georgetown law,
washington DC

The Organizing Committee of the ASLCH expresses its solidarity with strike action by members of the UK University and College Union. See the full statement here.

Final Logistical Arrangements

1) We have revised the programme to take account of cancellations and the resulting re-organization of some panels. Please look at this programme to double-check the time and the room of your panel as they might have been changed. The final, revised programme, corrected as of 12 March 2018, is available here.

The programme with abstracts is available here.

A short timetable listing panels, times, and rooms is available here.

2) If you are a chair of a panel, please contact your panel members as soon as you are able and make sure panelists know how long their presentations should be and confirm the date and time. Contact information of conference participants has been sent to you via email.

3) Every conference room will have a screen, projector, internet, computer, zoom/skype, video recording, microphone and a whiteboard.  This means participants need nothing more than a USB key, or they can directly access documents and presentations on line.

4) Georgetown Law has graciously opened its library to all who are registered for the conference.

5) Lunch will be provided both days. A reception will be held on Friday evening. Coffee, tea, drinks and light snacks will be provided throughout the day. Thank you to Georgetown Law for making these arrangements.

6) The conference hotel (Hyatt Regency Washington) is walking distance from Georgetown Law School, the conference venue.

7) Registration and many of the panel rooms are in the Hotung Building. We also have panels running in McDonough Hall next door. The address for Georgetown Law is 600 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001.

8) All the conference meeting rooms are accessible to participants with disabilities.

9) If you have not yet registered, please do so as soon as possible. Registration fees can also be paid on the first day of the conference. All who attend the conference must register.

To attend the conference, please register here. Registration fees should be paid according to the following rates:

  • Graduate students and post-doctoral scholars: $35 + $75 for second-stage registration

  • Income less than $75,000: $125 + $75 for second-stage registration

  • Income between $75,000-$99,999: $155 + $75 for second-stage registration

  • Income between $100,000-$124,999: $210 + $75 for second-stage registration

  • Income $125,000 and over: $260 + $75 for second-stage registration

The conference registration fee includes the annual fee for membership in the Association.

The Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities is an organization of scholars engaged in interdisciplinary, humanistically-oriented legal scholarship. The Association brings together a wide range of people engaged in scholarship on legal history, legal theory and jurisprudence, political theory, law and cultural studies, law and anthropology, law and literature, law and the performing arts, and legal hermeneutics. We want to encourage dialogue across and among these fields about issues of interpretation, identity, and values, about authority, obligation, and justice, and about law's role as a constituent part of cultures and communities.

If you have any general questions about the conference, please do not hesitate to contact Karl Shoemaker, President, at kbshoemaker [at] wisc [dot] edu. Special thanks to Hyo Yoon Kang and Connal Parsley of Kent Law School for serving as
co-chairs of the program committee.