Faculty News

Faculty Workshops


Summer 2009
Faculty Lounge, 12 p.m.

June 16 Jeff Pojanowski

June 23

Jon Cannon (for RAs)

June 30

Richard Bonnie

July 7

Brandon Garrett

July 14

Albert Choi

July 21

Charles Barzun

July 28

Darryl Brown

Aug. 4

Josh Fischman


Spring 2009
Faculty Lounge, 3:30 p.m.

Jan. 23

Katharina Pistor, Columbia Law School

Jan. 30

Alex Stein, Cardozo

Feb. 6

Jody Kraus, Correspondence and Divergence in Contract and Promise

Feb. 13

Barbara Spellman, Embodied Rationality

Feb. 20

Vic Khanna, University of Michigan Law School

March 13 

Rachel Harmon

March 20

Erin O’Hara, Vanderbilt Law School

March 27

David Sklansky, University of California at Berkeley Law School

April 3

Gillian Hadfield, USC/Columbia

April 10

Florencia Marotta-Wurgler

April 17

Michal Barzuza, The State of State Takeover Law

April 24

Rachel Brewster, Harvard Law School


Fall 2008
Faculty Lounge, 3:30 p.m.

Aug. 29

Frederick Schauer, "Llewelleyn’s Rules"

Sept. 5

Daniel Crane, Yeshiva Law School and Chicago Law School, "Intellectual Liability"

Sept. 12

Jacob Gersen, University of Chicago Law School, "The Unbundled Executive"

Sept. 19

Ethan Yale, Georgetown Law Center, "A Better Way to Tax Corporate Distributions: Allow Basis Recovery on Ordinary Dividends"

Sept. 26

Dotan Oliar and Chris Sprigman, "The Emergence of Intellectual Property Norms in Stand-up Comedy"

Oct. 3 

Jedediah Purdy, Duke Law School and Yale Law School, "Presidential Popular Constitutionalism"

Oct. 10

Carolyn Shapiro, Chicago-Kent College of Law, "Coding Complexity: Bringing Law to the Empirical Analysis of the Supreme Court"

Oct. 17

Margo Bagley, "Illegal, Immoral, Unethical…Patentable? Issues in the Early Lives of Inventions"

Oct. 24

John Donohue, Yale Law School, "Can You Believe Econometric Evaluations of Law, Policy, and Medicine?"

Oct. 31

Thomas Merrill, Yale Law School, "Establishing Ownership:  First Possession and Accession"

Nov. 7

Jide Nzelibe, Northwestern Law School, "Courting Genocide:  The Unintended Effect of Humanitarian Interventions"

Nov. 14

Adam Samaha,  Chicago Law School and Stanford Law School, "Randomization and Judicial Review"

Nov. 21

Guy-Uriel Charles, University of Minnesota Law School, "The Voting Rights Act and Noisy Statutory Interpretation"

Dec. 5 

 Albert Choi and George Triantis, Harvard Law School, "Deliberate Ambiguity in Contracts: The Case of MACs"