Sessions Information

  • January 3, 2024
    3:00 pm - 4:40 pm
    Session Type: Section Pedagogy Programs
    Session Capacity: N/A
    Hotel: Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
    Room: Liberty Salon J
    Floor: Level M4

    Recent years have witnessed growing political and scholarly attention to how infrastructure, both material and intangible, can perpetuate injustice or promote justice. Scholarship has increasingly repudiated fixed, neutral views of infrastructure, a term encompassing the underlying systems needed for a society or institution to function, instead construing infrastructure as a tool of power. The concept of infrastructural injustice has underpinned scholarship in law, including property law, environmental law, immigration law, law and technology, and legal research and writing. While infrastructural justice is imperative for democracy, achieving it often remains elusive. This session discusses infrastructural injustice and models of reform.

Session Speakers
Organization: University of the Philippines
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Organization: University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law

Organization: Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Organization: Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law

Organization: University of Mississippi School of Law

Organization: The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Organization: Marquette University Law School

Organization: Georgetown University Law Center

Organization: University of Houston Law Center
Speaker from a Call for Papers

Session Fees
  • Minority Groups - Infrastructures of (In)justice : $0.00