The University of Arizona College of Law is hosting its third-annual Quantlaw workshop, scheduled for February 12-13, 2016. The theme for this year's workshop in The Empirical Constitution, and the workshop's lead organizer, Chris Robertson (Arizona), invites paper proposals. The organizers describe this year's theme to include: "any empirical/experimental study of issues relevant to constitutional law or procedure, as well as non-empirical studies of constitutional doctrine relevant to data and public access thereto. The program will include works-in-progress sessions for extensive feedback, as well as methods sessions focusing on datasets and analytical tools."
Also noteworthy is that travel stipends are available for "junior scholars" accepted into the workshop ("junior scholars" are defined to include: "those not yet in tenure-track positions, or within five years of appointment.")
More information for those interested is found here. The deadline for submission is January 6, 2016. Specific questions and proposals should be addressed to Prof. Chris Robertson at: firstname.lastname@example.org