Call for Papers
TUANKU JA’AFAR CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP 2021 (TJC 2021), Access to Justice: Substantive & Procedural Issues (Virtual Conference)
13 - 14 December 2021 (Virtual)
Website, Registration & Submission
Tuanku Ja’afar Conference and Workshop 2021 (TJC 2021)
Theme: Access to Justice: Substantive & Procedural Issues (Virtual Conference) is the Fifth of the biennial series since 2007. This conference serves as a medium to bridge theories and practices.
TJC 2021 provides a collaborative environment for law students, academicians, and experts to present and share their findings on wide aspects of Law and Society.
The purpose of this platform is to give an opportunity for all law students, academicians and experts from various themes to debate about current issues as well as finding solutions for the surfacing problems. TJC 2021 humbly invites prospective authors to submit original research manuscripts to TJC 2021.
Live presenters are the participants who contribute to the conference in person with a paper presented by a live presentation. Each presentation will last 10-15 minutes and will be presented in parallel sessions. You will be informed of your session reference and the time of your presentation before the conference.
SCOPE & SUB-THEME
The topics and scopes of interest for submission involve all research disciplines related (but not limited) to the themes and sub-themes as follows:
- Rule of law, Local Government & Dispute Resolution
- Criminal Justice & Juvenile Justice,
- Regionalism & Security,
- Islamic Law,
- Family Law,
- Corporate Justice,
- Access to Law of Refugee,
- Medical Law & Ethics,
- Environmental Law
- Cyber Law,
- Human Rights Law,
- Intellectual Property,
- Public & Private International Law
- Other laws-related topics.
All papers will be evaluated based on the suitability of the scope and quality criteria as set out in TJC 2021 proceeding. All accepted papers will be published in ISBN Proceeding. Papers will be selected based on their reviewers’ scores and appropriateness to the proceeding’s theme. All extended versions will undergo reviews and must represent original unpublished research work.
Selected papers will be published either in the Journal of Law and Society (Special Issue TJC2021) or as a book chapter in dedicated books on “Access to Justice” to be published by UKM Press. However, all decisions are subject to the respective publishers' requirements and editorial process.
English / Bahasa Melayu
IMPORTANT DATES (GMT +8:00):
a) Abstract Deadline : 30 July 2021
b) Abstract Acceptance Notification: 15 August 2021
c) Full Paper Deadline: 15 September 2021
d) Paper Acceptance Notification: 30 September 2021
e) Camera-ready Paper Deadline: 15 October 2021
f) Payment Deadline: 30 October 2021
Faculty of Law
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
43600 Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia.
Email: tjcukmofficial [at] gmail.com