The Osgoode-York Seminar Series in Policy Research presented by the York Centre for Public Policy & Law has issued a call for proposals for papers from all faculty, graduate students and senior-level undergraduate students whose research is policy related.
The papers will be presented as part of a new seminar series created to provide a forum for the dissemination of scholarly research and research in progress in areas related to public policy. The seminars, which begin this September, will be held in the York Research Tower. Specific details of the location will be provided shortly.
Created to enhance and develop interdisciplinary discourse in policy-related areas, the Osgoode-York Seminar Series in Policy Research will also provide a venue to bring together Osgoode Hall Law School and York faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students who are interested in public policy.
Originally formulated as the Osgoode Graduate Research Seminar Series at Osgoode Hall Law School, the series has developed and expanded considerably since its inception in September 2006. Interdisciplinary themes are particularly welcomed by organizers.
For more information on how and what to include when submitting a paper proposal, click here or visit the Osgoode-York Seminar Series in Policy Research Web site. Contact Jennifer Dalton, research fellow and seminar coordinator, at email@example.com for information regarding deadlines for submission of paper proposals.