Comparative Legal Systems – Athens, the Hague, Brussels, Istanbul

The Australian Institute of Comparative Legal Systems has four conferences coming up in 2008:


Legal Education – Warwick

The UK Centre for Legal Education presents the Learning in Law Annual Conference (LILAC) at the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, January 3-4, 2008. The theme is (Dis)integration…designs on the law curriculum. The call for papers deadline is October 2, 2007.

August 31, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops


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)

Poli Sci Conference This Week in Chicago

Jeff Yates at the Voir Dire Blog lists “interesting panels on the law and courts” at the American Political Science Association annual meeting in Chicago Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, 2007.

Legal Rhetoric – DC

American University’s Washington College of Law presents “How Legal Rhetoric Shapes the Law” on Friday, November 2. James Boyd White will deliver the keynote address.

The conference is free; register here. For more information, contact Teresa Godwin Phelps.

Chief Justice Roberts at Montana

Chief Justice John Roberts will speak at the University of Montana School of Law. His public talk on Sept. 13 will be the annual address at the Law School’s William B. Jones and Judge Edward A. Tamm Judicial Lecture Series. “Although the title of his talk is not yet known, the UM lecture series is dedicated to enhancing the public’s understanding of the judicial system.” High-profile guests to visit UM, Helena Independent Record, Aug. 28, 2007.

August 30, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops


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.


Gerald Magliocca (Indiana-Indianapolis Law)


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