CALL FOR PAPERS
The goal of this competition is to highlight current legal research in ESG issues and bring together leading legal scholars, practitioners, and investors. To encourage all scholars to participate, we will award one prize to a junior scholar (that have completed up to seven years since their first tenure-track appointment) and one prize to a senior scholar (that have completed 8 or more years since their first tenure-track appointment). Last year’s winners were:
- Hajin Kim, Expecting Corporate Prosociality (Junior Category)
- Jill Fisch and Jeff Schwartz, The Silent Majority: Enhancing the Role of Mutual Fund Owners (Senior Category)
Please follow the guidelines below:
- Submissions must be unpublished papers by the submission date, though they may have been accepted for publication or under revise and resubmit.
- All papers must be submitted in English.
- Faculty and researchers affiliated with University of California, Berkeley School of Law are not eligible to participate.
- Papers should be submitted with a cover page that includes the paper title, date of submission, full name and affiliation of author(s), junior or senior status (as above), and a 500-850-word abstract.
PAPER SUBMISSIONS: Authors are invited to submit papers by September 15, 2023 for consideration. Please submit your papers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FURTHER INFORMATION: General inquiries regarding the competition, the Forum, and the Symposium should be directed to email@example.com.