Faculty News

Faculty Workshops, 2005-2006

Workshop Archive

Spring 2006
Faculty Lounge, 3:30 pm

January 27   Rich Schragger, In Praise of Strong Mayors
February 3 Phil Weiser, University of Colorado, Toward Property Rights in Spectrum: The Important and Difficult Policy Choices Ahead
February 10 Francesca Bignami, Duke, Civil Society and International Organizations: A Liberal Framework for Global Governance 
February 17 no workshop, Law Review Symposium on Contemporary Political Theory and Private Law
February 24 Adrienne Davis, UNC, The Sexual Economy of American Slavery
March 3 no workshop—spring break follows
March 10 no workshopspring break
March 17 Risa Goluboff, Brown and the Remaking of Civil Rights
March 24 Greg Alexander, Cornell, The Formalist Trap: Text and Tradition in the Interpretation of Constitution Property Clauses
March 31 Roy Kreitner, Calculating Promises: The Emergence of Modern American Contract Doctrine
April 7 Anup Malani, Law as a Local Amenity
April 14 Robert Scott, The Law and Economics of Preliminary Agreements (co-author: Alan Schwartz)
April 21 Liz Magill, Health, Safety, Consumers, and the Environment: The Structure of a Legal Revolution
April 28 David Martin, Constitutional Limits on Loss of Citizenship:  A Reappraisal
May 16 Oren Bar-Gill, NYU, Consent and Exchange (lunch workshop)

Fall 2005
Faculty Lounge, 3:30 pm

September 9 George Rutherglen, Disparate Impact, Discrimination, and the Essentially Contested Concept of Equality
September 16 Paul Mahoney, Mandatory v. Contractual Disclosure: Evidence from the 1930s
September 23 Anup Malani, Forget Quality: Do Non-Profits Even Signal Their Status?
September 30 Sarah Cleveland, Columbia, Our International Constitution
October 7 Jody Kraus, Transparency and Determinacy in Contract Law and Theory
October 14 No workshop, fall break follows
October 21 Jerry Kang, UCLA, Fair Measures: A Behavioral Realist Revision of Affirmative Action
October 28 Margo Bagley, Academic Discourse and Proprietary Rights: Putting Patents in Their Proper Place
November 4 Laura Underkuffler, Duke, Captured by Evil: The Idea of Corruption in Law
November 11 Gillian Metzger, Columbia, Congress, Interstate Relations, and Article IV
November 18 Chris Sprigman, The Piracy Paradox: Innovation and Intellectual Property in Fashion Design
November 25 No workshop, Thanksgiving
December 2 George Triantis, A Capital-Structure Theory of Firm Boundaries