The Law and Society Association kicks off its 2016 Annual Meeting tomorrow in New Orleans. The full on-line program is available here. Within Law and Society, there are a variety of Collaborative Research Networks that organize panels and themed sessions. Practically speaking, the CRNs organize in many cases what become mini-conferences within the larger conference. My experience with the CRNs is that they tend to be highly organized and welcoming of new voices.
After the fold is a list of all of the programs sponsored by a Feminist Legal Theory Collaborative Research Network, an active CRN. There are many panels that look interesting.