Le droit et le savoir à l’ère des partenariats

jeudi 17 octobre 2019 à 17 h 00 19 h 00
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FTX 302
Joao Velloso
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Sans frais
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uOttawa (Common Law, Droit Civil and Central admin) Canadian Law & Society Association / Association canadienne droit et société

In 1978, only two SSHRC research grants were awarded in law, leading to the creation of the Consultative Group on Research and Education in Law and to the publication of the Harry Arthurs’ seminal “Law & Learning” report (Consultative Group, 1983). Forty years after the dismal scenario of 1978, legal scholars today are major participants in SSHRC Partnership Grants, its top funding programs, both as principal and co-investigators.

“Law & Learning in an Era of Partnerships” is a two day conference (Oct. 18-19), preceed by a pre-conference grad student workshop, that will discuss the state of socio-legal research in the current context of such long term, interdisciplinary and collaborative projects. We are bringing together 38 scholars and partners, which are: 9 graduate or postdoctoral students, 4 community members, 7 junior scholars and 18 senior scholars. The conference is designed as an intergenerational knowledge mobilization, dissemination and exchange. It is composed by a pre-conference workshop, seven panels and one plenary session, totaling eight main time slots (breaks not included):

Pre-conference (Oct. 17):

17:00 to 19:00 Workshop on Alternative Careers to Academia

Day 1 (Oct. 18):

9:30 to 10:00 Welcoming

10:00 to 12:00 Reflections on the Past and Future of Socio-Legal Interdisciplinary Research

13:00 to 14:30 Intra- and Inter-disciplinary Collaborations in Research

14:45 to 16:45 Partnerships for Socio-legal research in Africa, a roundtable: Redressing or reproducing inequalities in knowledge economies

17:00 to 18:30 Research and Education Before and After Law & Learning

Day 2 (Oct. 19):

9:00 to 10:15 Healthy Knowledges: Collaborations between Law, Policy and Health

10:30 to 12:00 Interdisciplinarity and the Legal Profession: Partnerships between Socio-Legal Research and Legal Practices

13:00 to 14:30 Social and Common Knowledges: Collaborations between Law, Communities and Social Sciences

14:45 to 16:45 Indigenous Partnerships and the Paradigm of Community Engaged Research

17:00 to 17:30 Closing Remarks and Next Steps