Criminal Theory Conference

December 6–7, 2020 • Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Call for papers

The conference seeks to bring together, in an annual forum, researchers working on the theory of criminal law, criminal procedure, punishment, and the philosophical questions that underlie these areas of inquiry. The conference seeks to advance research in the field and foster interaction and collaboration between the growing number of researchers working on these and related questions.

This year’s invited speakers will be Tatjana Hörnle (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) and Gideon Yaffe (Yale Law School).

We invite researchers working in the field to submit an abstract for consideration or/and to indicate their interest in acting as commentators. You may submit an abstract for consideration, or indicate an interest in serving as a commentator, here: form/inaugural-criminal-theory-conference-abstract-submission

In order to facilitate participation, there will be no registration fees, but participants will have to cover their own expenses for travel and lodging. Limited funds may be available to those who cannot secure funding through their own institutions.