Application form_Workshops

Workshops do not have to be held in English, and a diversity of language is encouraged.
Briefly describe the rationale, thematic scope and structure of the workshop. As part of this section, we also ask you to clearly explain the contribution of the proposed workshop to socio-legal studies or sociology of law (see evaluation criterion 'quality of the proposal').
Applications should explain the originality of the proposed workshop and its expected outcomes. We particularly appreciate new lines of research or workshops creating novel connections, if they make a convincing contribution to socio-legal research. In instances where a similar topic has been the subject of a previous workshop, applications should clearly indicate how their treatment of the topic will differ.
Workshops are welcomed on any topic that will make a significant contribution to socio-legal studies or sociology of law. However, as one of our commitments is to promote science-society transfer, we are also looking for possible connections to the Basque Country, and we aim to include at least one workshop from local collaborators each year. International applicants are invited to spell out how your workshop matters to local people.
Please attach a CV for each organiser and remember that each CV should not exceed one page. Organiser 1. Thank you.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf docx pptx xlsx.
Please attach a CV for each organiser and remember that each CV should not exceed one page. Organiser 2. Thank you.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf docx pptx xlsx.
Please attach a CV for each organiser and remember that each CV should not exceed one page. Organiser 3. Thank you.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf docx pptx xlsx.
Please attach a CV for each organiser and remember that each CV should not exceed one page. Organiser 4. Thank you.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf docx pptx xlsx.
Please include brief comments regarding spread of participation, if this is not self-evident from the list. Workshops participants should come a range of geographical locations, including both international participants and participants based at Basque institutions, and different cultural perspectives. There should also be a spread of participants according to stage of career, such as doctorate students, early career academics, and senior academics. Please, attach a list of the provisional participants, with their professional status and affiliations; they should have been contacted in advanced and have agreed to participate, in principle; if the applications is successful, a final list together with full contact details will be needed. Please, indicate with a * those participants that have confirmed their participation.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf docx pptx xlsx.
Please, attach a provisional programme for the workshop, including working titles of presentations or papers. A detailed agenda is indispensable. The timetable for sessions should bear in mind that restaurants in Oñati serve a midday meal only from 13:00 and the evening meal after 21:00. Coffee breaks would need to be at least 15 minutes long. A common timetable is: 09:15-11:00; 11:15-13:00 and 14:45-16:15; 16:30-18:00.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf docx pptx xlsx.
I/We commit to the conditions regarding workshop publication. (See paragraph 6 on the workshop regulations.)
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