Emory to host 2024 conference

Emory University will host the 2024 Conference on Empirical Legal Studies.

The announcement came at the 2022 conference, hosted this fall at the University of Virginia School of Law. Professors Tonja Jacobi, Jonathan Nash, and Joanna Shepherd will organize the event; they were elected as vice presidents of the Society for Empirical Legal Studies, which is based at Cornell University and which initiated the annual conferences.

In addition to Cornell and the University of Virginia, the Conference on Empirical Legal Studies has been hosted by top institutions such as Duke University, New York University, Northwestern University, Stanford University, UC-Berkeley, the University of Michigan, the University of Texas, the University of Toronto, and Yale University.

Joined by Emory’s Political Science Department, Quantitative Theory and Methods Department, and Center for Law and Social Science, Emory University School of Law will welcome the empirical legal community to Atlanta in the fall of 2024. The 2023 conference will be held at the University of Chicago.

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