Category Archives: COLLOQUIA/WORKSHOPS

August 31, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Alabama

Morgan Symposium on the Gender of Constitutional and Human Rights Law

UCLA Friday Colloquium

Daniel Cole (Indiana-Indianapolis Law), The Stern Review and Its Critics: Implications for the Theory and Practice of Benefit-Cost Analysis

Iowa Law

Tino Cuellar (Stanford Law)

August 30, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Brooklyn

Steven Dean (Brooklyn Law), The Incomplete Global Market for Tax Information

George Washington

Beate Gsell (Augsburg Law Faculty), Product Liability & Damage to the Product Itself: A Comparison Between Germany and the U.S.

Indiana-Indianapolis

Gerald Magliocca (Indiana-Indianapolis Law)

Iowa

Chris Guthrie (Vanderbilt Law), Inside the Trial Judge’s Mind

August 29, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

University of Oregon Environmental & Natural Resources

Mary Wood (Oregon Law), Courts as Guardians of the Global Trust

August 28, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Georgetown Law

Mike Seidman (Georgetown Law)

UC Berkeley Law & Economy

Michael Cypers (Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw), Securities Litigation: State of the Art Methods to Navigate the Civil and Criminal Minefields

Securities litigation requires the practitioner to draw on a broad range of skills, from knowledge of recent Supreme Court opinions to persuading a jury. Since Enron, there has been an explosion of developments from the courts, Congress, and the SEC, and a number of high profile executives have been sentenced to jail for criminal misconduct. This session will discuss the practical methods securities litigators use to maximize results for their clients.

August 27, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Hawaii

Anita Bernstein (Emory Law), The Pitfalls Approach to Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility: Forewarned, Forearmed, Ethical.

Loyola Tax Policy

David Walker (Boston University Law), Regulatory Tax Penalties.

Rutgers (Camden)

Phillip Harvey (Rutgers (Camden) Law), Income, Work and Freedom: Progressive Alternatives to Conservative Welfare Reform.

UCLA Monday Colloquium

Gary Orfield (UCLA Education & Civil Rights Project), The Louisville and Seattle Decisions and the Future of Integration in American Schools.

August 24, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Duke

W. Bradley Wendel (Cornell Law)

UCLA Friday Colloquium

Russell Robinson (UCLA Law), Perceptual Segregation.

University of Southern California

Jonathan Barnett (USC Law), Regime Change in Innovation Markets.

August 23, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

University of Alabama

Hon. Aharon Barak (Ret. President, Supreme Court of Israel; Yale Law).