- Monday, November 1
Columbia Legal Theory Workshop: Lawrence Solum, Virtue Jurisprudence: An Aretaic Theory of Law.
See you there! The workshop will be held from 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM in the Jerome Greene Lounge (Annex) at Columbia Law School.
Oxford Seminar on Moral Philosophy: Michael Zimmerman (North Carolina at Greensboro), 'Is moral obligation objective or subjective?'
NYU Law: Albert Yoon (Visiting from Northwestern). The End of the Rainbow: Understanding Turnover among Federal Judges.
Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies: Ambreena Manjim Socio-Legal Approaches to Law and Development: The Rebirth of Law and Development: A Feminist Critique.
Oxford Faculty of Law: Michele Graziadei, 2004 Clarendon Lectures : On playing tennis with the net up: fiduciary obligations, contractual relations and property.
UCLA School of Law: David Callahan, Founder, Demos Public Policy Center, “The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans Are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead”.
Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group: Amir Fuchs, Welfare between Equality and Responsibility.
University of Chicago Law & Economics: Alex Stein, Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, Overenforcement.
Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre: Andreas Panagopoulos, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: The Effects of Firm Size in Reaching an Out-of-court Settlement.
Northwestern, Law & Economics: Chris Sanchirico, University of Pennsylvania, "Evidence, Procedure, and the Upside of Cognitive Error".
NYU Legal History: Walter Walsh, University of Washington School of Law.
Oxford Centre for Criminology: Pat O’Malley, The Uncertain Promise of Risk.
UCLA Legal Theory: Benjamin C. Zipursky, Fordham, BMW v. Gore and the Double Aspect Problem in the Theory of Punitive Damages.
Boston University, School of Law: Ward Farnsworth, "Signatures of Ideology: The Case of the Supreme Court's Criminal Docket".
Florida State University, School of Law: Kathyrn Zeiler, Georgetown University Law Center, "Common Law Disclosure Duties and the Sin of Omission: Testing the Meta-theories."
Loyola Marymount, Loyola Law School: Sharon Dolovich, Professor of Law, UCLA Law School, “Punishment and Profit: The Case Against Private Prisons”.
Oxford Public International Law Discussion Group: Salem Chalabi, Prosecuting Saddam Hussein: The Iraqi Special Tribunal for War Crimes.
University of Michigan Law & Economics: Daryl Levinson, New York, Empire-Building Government in Constitutional Law.
Georgetown: Law & Economics: Sean Gailmard, Northwestern University, Department of Political Science.
UCLA School of Law: Kathleen Clark, Washington University School of Law, "The Meaning of Corruption in Campaign Finance Law".
University of Texas, School of Law: Richard Markovits, "Predatory Investments," "Predatory Systems Rivalry and Predatory Aftermarket Conduct".