September 17, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Florida State

Randy Abate (Florida Coastal Law), Automobile Emissions and Climate Change Impacts: Employing Public Nuisance Doctrine as Part of a “Global Warming Solution” in California


David Law (San Diego Law), Globalization and the Future of Constitutional Rights

Loyola Tax Policy

Lily Batchelder (NYU Law), The Superiority of an Inheritance Tax over an Estate Tax and No Wealth Transfer Tax

Northern Kentucky University

Thomas Eisele (Cincinnati Law), Wittgenstein Tests Holmes: On the Proposal to Separate Legal Concepts from Moral Concepts


Equal Protection in Education: Implications of the Seattle School District Case for School Integration and Racial Diversity

Moderator:   Deborah Brake (Pitt Law)
Panelists:      Lia Epperson (Santa Clara Law)
                   Jane Schofield (Pitt Psychology)
                   Eugene Lincoln (Pitt Education)

Rutgers (Camden)

Brian Tamahana (Saint John’s Law), The Realism of the Formalist Age

Seton Hall

Carter Bishop (Suffolk Law)


Trevor W. Morrison (Cornell Law), Suspension and Extrajudicial Constitution

UC Berkeley Law, Business and the Economy

Howard Chao (O’Melveny & Myers), Why and How China is Pushing Deals Onshore

UCLA Faculty Mondays

John Hueston (Irell & Manella LLP), Beyond the Trial of Lay and Skilling: Lessons from Enron’s Corporate Governance Failures


Sanford Levinson (Texas Law), The U.S. Constitution and the “Lessons of Experience”: Does What Made Sense in 1787 Serve Us Well in 2007?

Virginia Law and Economics

Alan Sykes (Stanford Law), Transnational Forum Shopping as a Trade and Investment Issue

Washington University in St. Louis

Dorothy Brown (Emory Law), Shades of the American Dream: Race, Class, and Homeownership Wealth