Five University of Virginia School of Law professors are scheduled to present papers at the American Law and Economics Association annual meeting this week.
During the conference, which will be held at Boston University School of Law on Friday and Saturday, the following professors will present their work:
- Michal Barzuza, who is a member of the ALEA Board of Directors, will present “Long-Term Bias,” co-authored with Eric Talley of Columbia University.
- Albert Choi will present “Class Action Waivers and Private Antitrust Litigation,” co-authored with Kathryn Spier of Harvard University.
- Quinn Curtis will present “Information and Deterrence in Shareholder Derivative Litigation.”
- Michael Gilbert will present “Optimal Entrenchment of Legal Rules.”
- Michael Livermore will present “When Environmental Rights Go Wrong,” co-authored with Mauricio Guim S.J.D. ’18, a Presidential Fellow in Data Science at UVA Law.
Choi and Curtis also presented papers at last year’s meeting. Choi is co-editor of the American Law and Economics Review and a former member of the ALEA Board of Directors as well.
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