As the academic year gears up, here’s a reminder that folks at Pitt Law offer the following resources to law professors:
The Legal Scholarship Blog, co-produced with the University of Washington School of Law, keeps up with law-related calls for papers, conferences, and workshops across all disciplines. You can find it at http://legalscholarshipblog.com/ To have an event or CFP added to the blog, email them at legalscholarshipblog|at|gmail.com.
The IP and IT Conferences blog offers the same kind of functionality but is limited, not surprisingly, to academic programs in intellectual property law and its sometimes distant relatives — cyberlaw, privacy law, art law, biotech law, sports and entertainment law, etc. Like the Legal Scholarship Blog, it concentrates on American law schools, but from time to time you will find information about programs at Canadian schools (more information about programs up north would be welcome) and even about programs in Europe, Central and South America, and Asia (especially if US law faculty are participating). You can find it at http://madisonian.net/conferences/. To have an event or CFP added to the blog, email — me.