September 10, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops


Daniel Hulsebosch (NYU Law), Chancellor Kent and the Empire of Law in the Early Republic


Brandon Garrett (Virginia Law)

Loyola Tax Policy Colloquium

Terry Chorvat (George Mason Law), The Optimal Structure of Anti-Avoidance Rules


Earl Maltz (Rutgers-Camden Law), Slavery, Federalism and the Constitution: Ableman v. Booth and the Struggle Over Fugitive Slaves

Seton Hall

Daniel J. H. Greenwood (Utah Law)


Michael P. Vandenbergh (Vanderbilt Law), Climate Change: The China Problem

UCLA Faculty Monday

Clyde Spillenger (UCLA Law), Recent Developments in the JFK Assassination Debates