The IALMH XXXVII Congress
University of Lyon 3
July 4-9, 2021
We are all now looking forward to yet another milestone in the quality and breath of the scientific program.
The IALMH has already made extensive plans for accompanying social and musical events in it’s long-established tradition. Updates will be published in the upcoming months.
It is an honour for us to receive your abstract submission and collaboration in developing sessions in your area of expertise. Please submit using the relevant form and email email@example.com if you have any questions.
We are still accepting abstract submissions! We hope that all will be well given the current circumstances and plan to stick to our schedule in creating the scientific program.
If you wish to submit an individual presentation, please fill out the “Individual Submission Form”. We will add you to an existing session on a related topic. Abstracts must be between 150-200 words. The presentation should last 20 minutes. The Peer Review team will notify you when your submission has been accepted.
Note: If you are already part of a Session, you do not need to fill out this form. Please send your abstract to your Session Organizer who will submit on your behalf.
If you wish to organize a session, please fill out the “Session Submission Form”. As the Session Organizer, you are responsible for submitting the information and abstracts of all presenters in your session on this form. The required information for each presenter that will be needed can be found here. Each Session contains 4 to 5 presentations. Each presentation lasts 20 minutes.
Therapeutic Jurisprudence Stream:
As in the tradition of the IALMH, there exists a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Stream. If you wish to submit an individual presentation or a session in this stream, please fill out the “TJ Individual Submission Form” or the “TJ Session Submission Form” respectively. Please contact Professor Yamada (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Professor Kierstead (email@example.com) with questions related to this stream.
Disability, Law, and Society Stream:
Linda Steele is the Organizer of the Disability, Law and Society Stream. If you wish to submit a presentation in this theme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on this theme click here.
Please select the form that applies to you:
For Session Organizers only. If you are part of a session please have your organizer submit on your behalf.
For individuals wishing to submit a single presentation and are not yet part of a session.
For individuals wishing to submit a single presentation to the TJ stream and who are not yet part of a session.
For Session Organizers only. If you are already part of a session please have your organizer submit on your behalf.
A university in human and social sciences in the heart of Lyon
In the heart of Lyon – a city listed as World Heritage by UNESCO and the second largest university city in France -, the Jean Moulin University offers a space for learning and research centered on the human and social sciences with Bac + level training 2 to Bac +8. With 7 doctoral schools and 19 research units, it is developing interdisciplinary research, linked to major social issues.
Member of the University de Lyon – Community of Universities and establishments (COMUE) – it welcomes more than 29,000 students and offers a wide range of professional training courses, within the framework of quality studies, conducive to development intellectual and personal.
With more than 5,000 international students welcomed each year, numerous partnerships around the world and scientific cooperation projects with foreign universities, the Jean Moulin University marks its desire to internationalize by promoting student and teaching mobility.
Fully committed to socio-economic partners, the Jean Moulin University makes every effort to contribute to the success of students and their professional integration by promoting internships, work-study and entrepreneurship in particular.
A university open to the international
Resolutely open to Europe and the world, the Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University is developing lasting partnerships with foreign universities, allowing its students to undertake international mobility projects: study stays, internships, gap year, off-site programs, double degrees, summer programs, etc. It also emphasizes the learning of foreign languages in all of its fields.
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The Faculty of Law delivers training at Bac + 3 to Bac + 8 level (License, Master, Doctorate) to students planning a legal or judicial career. It welcomes nearly 11,000 students per year within its walls.
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A strong link with the professional world
The Faculty of Law is recognized as the benchmark in terms of training by its partners, which are professional orders (lawyers, notaries, bailiffs, agents), or professional unions (Association Française des Juristes d’Entreprise, MEDEF, Syndicats des real estate professionals, French Insurance Federation…).
It works in close collaboration with professional schools: National School of Police Commissioners, National School of Magistrates, National School of Taxes …
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