Oxford University Press is pleased to announce a call for papers for volume three of Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory, edited by Paul Miller (Notre Dame) and John Oberdiek (Rutgers).
Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory is a series of biennial volumes showcasing the best article-length work across private law theory. The series publishes exceptional work exploring the full range of private law’s domains and doctrines – including contract, property, tort, and fiduciary law as well as equity, unjust enrichment, and remedies – and employing diverse methodological approaches to individual areas of private law as well as to private law in general. Submissions should be approximately 12,000 words, inclusive of footnotes. The deadline for submission is January 15, 2023.
Submissions from junior scholars, women, and members of other equity-seeking groups are especially welcomed.
Circumstances permitting, all accepted papers will be presented at a workshop at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg on a date TBC in May or June 2023. The Notre Dame Program on Private Law and the Max Planck Institute will cover the expense of contributors’ travel and accommodation.
Please send submissions to both Paul Miller (paul dot miller at nd dot edu) and John Oberdiek (oberdiek at rutgers dot edu).