The workshops will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday (26-27th May 2020), during the afternoon (14h-17h, in Brasília Time - BRT), at the Law School of the University of São Paulo (USP). The auditoriums for the presentations shall be informed when closer to the congress date.
Inscriptions will not be required. The congress will be free and open to all.
Expanded abstracts may be submitted by graduating, post graduating and graduated students from universities in Brazil and abroad.
Each participant may present a different paper in up to two (2) workshops and eventual time adjustments are in charge of the coordinators of the concerned workshop.
The expanded abstract shall contain: (i) the name and the academic degree of the author(s) (maximum of two - 2 - authors per article), (ii) title, (iii) keywords (2-5 words), (iv) research question, (v) objectives, (vi) methodology, (vii) conclusion (even if preliminary), (viii) bibliographic references.
3.3. Text formatting
The expanded abstract shall be written in two (2) to four (4) pages, with margins of 2 cm, the text in 11pt, Arial font, justified text alignment and 1,5 line spacing in A4 paper size.
The title shall be centralized, while the name(s) and academic degree of the author(s) shall be aligned to the right.
The bibliographic references shall be conforming to the ABNT formatting (Brazil’s academic official formatting), except for legislation that must follow the form of Complementary Law n. 95, of February 26, 1998, and the jurisprudence, which must follow the standard traditionally accepted in law (complete indication of the Court, Rapporteur, designated Rapporteur - if applicable -, whether unanimous or majority vote, case and judgment number, judgment date, date of official publication).
3.4. Expanded abstract and presentation idioms.
Only expanded abstracts in Portuguese or in English will be accepted. The presentations may also be in Portuguese or in English.
3.5. Form and deadline for submitting.
The expanded abstract shall be sent to the email address “email@example.com” until March 25, 2020.
The “Subject” of the email shall be filled in with the intended workshop (1, 2, 3 or 4, as pointed in the item 1 above), the name of the author(s) and the full title of the paper.
3.6. Admission criteria and announcement of results
The papers shall be original, unpublished and be conform to the justification of the workshops (item 1 above). They shall also use Ascarelli’s works broadly and critically.
The coordinators of each workshop are in charge of the evaluation, the selection and the admission of the papers. Expanded abstracts may be reallocated to another workshop, if appropriate.
The announcement of the admitted expanded abstracts will be on April 15, 2020, via email.
Each workshop will be coordinated by two (2) students of the Graduate Program of the Law School of the University of São Paulo (USP).
The duration of the presentations will be accorded by the coordinators and the presenters at the beginning of each session. It is recommended that the presentations last ten (10) minutes, followed by comments by the coordinators and debates.
Certificates attesting the participation will be issued to those who present their papers.
5. Papers’ Publication.
The two coordinators responsible each workshop will choose one (1) of all papers presented in the respective workshop, in consideration to the following criteria: thematic affinity; use of Tullio Ascarelli’s works, development of the research question.
It is possible that these selected works are published in a volume which will gather the conferences presented in the congress “Nas Trilhas de Ascarelli”.
Doubts concerning this congress shall be sent to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
São Paulo, January, 2019.