October 11, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Boston University

Mike Meurer (Boston Law), Pirates or Victims: Who Gets Sued for Patent Infringement?


Alice Ristroph (Utah Law), The Dog’s Distinction: Good Intentions as a Constitutional Standard

Columbia Tax Colloquium

Mitchell Kane (Virginia Law), Corporate Taxation and International Charter Competition


Robert Lloyd Howse (Fordham Law)


Michael Doran (Georgetown Law), Intergenerational Equity in Fiscal Policy Reform


George Thomas (Rutgers-Newark)


Douglas Kysar (Cornell Law), Regulating from Nowhere: Environmental Law and the Search for Objectivity

Minnesota Public Law

Daniel Ernst (Georgetown Law), The Politics of Administrative Law: New York, 1938

Northwestern Law & Economics

Edward Iacobucci (Toronto Law), An Empirical Examination of the Governance Choices of Income Trusts

NYU Legal, Political and Social Philosophy

Moshe Halbertal (NYU Law), Self-Transcendence, Violence and the Political Order


Dorothy Roberts (Northwestern University), The Racial Geography of Child Welfare: Toward a New Research Paradigm

Saint Louis

Leandra Lederman (Indiana-Bloomington), Taxing Virtual Worlds


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


Chris Serkin (Brooklyn Law)


Hyung-Nam Kim (Kyungsung Law), The Reverse Double Standard of Judicial Review in Korea

Yale Law and Economics

Abraham Bell (Fordham Law), Private Takings