Warns Institute - Call for Manuscripts

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Twenty-Ninth Annual

Carl A. Warns Jr. Labor & Employment
Law Institute

Call for Proposals and Manuscripts

The Twenty-Ninth Annual Carl A. Warns Jr. Labor &
Employment Law Institute invites you to submit a proposal to speak on a labor
law or employment law topic.  We are accepting proposals on important or cutting-edge developments on issues that are relevant to practitioners. Some suggested topics are: wage and hour issues involving independent contractors and the Internal Revenue Service, the Dukes decision and class actions in employment law, and issues involved in advising those engaged in
non-traditional service relationships, rather than traditional employment
relationships, about their contracts.   

The Institute will take place on June 21 & 22, 2012, at
the Downtown Marriott in Louisville, Kentucky. 
Attendees will be a nice blend of practitioners, public servants, and
professors.  If you are unfamiliar with Louisville, it is a great place to spend a few days.  More
information is available at http://www.gotolouisville.com/index.aspx.

Proposals must be submitted by midnight Friday, December 30.  Based on your proposal, you may receive an invitation to speak at the Institute. Speakers at the Institute will also have the opportunity to submit a manuscript that will be published in the University of Louisville Law Review
Warns Institute Colloquium Issue, subject to space availability, a review of
quality, and entrance into and compliance with the University of Louisville Law
Review Author Agreement.  Manuscripts will be due March 1, 2011.  Selection of
manuscripts for publication will occur in April.  All speakers must ultimately have some type of written material, such as an outline, article, or work in progress to
include with the conference materials. 

Please submit your proposals to Ariana Levinson at a.levinson@louisville.edu and copy Elisabeth Fitzpatrick at elisabeth.fitzpatrick@louisville.edu.  There is no page limit or standard format for proposals although a short succinct proposal is preferred.  You are welcome to send draft manuscripts in addition to your proposal, if you desire.