Category Archives: Civil Rights Law

October 1st Colloquia/Workshops

NYU Legal History        James Oldham (Georgetown Law), Under the Radar: Informal Law-Making by the Twelve Judges in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries Pennsylvania Tax Law & Policy…

September 25 Colloquia/Workshops

Harvard Health Law Policy Biotechnology, and Bioethics        Henry Grabowski (Duke Economics), Priority Review Vouchers to Encourage Innovation for Neglected Diseases Harvard        Samuel Issacharoff (NYU Law) Iowa        Kim Krawiec…

September 25 Colloquia/Workshops

Harvard Health Law Policy Biotechnology, and Bioethics        Henry Grabowski (Duke Economics), Priority Review Vouchers to Encourage Innovation for Neglected Diseases Harvard        Samuel Issacharoff (NYU Law) Iowa        Kim Krawiec…

September 18th Colloquia/Workshops

Drake        Juan E. Mendez (International Center for Transitional Justice) Florida State        Michael O’Hear (Marquette Law), Explain Yourself: Procedural Reasonableness in Federal Sentencing After Rita v. United States Harvard…

September 18 Colloquia/Workshops

Drake        Juan E. Mendez (International Center for Transitional Justice) Florida State        Michael O’Hear (Marquette Law), Explain Yourself: Procedural Reasonableness in Federal Sentencing After Rita v. United States Harvard…

September 16th Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut        Davis Luban (Georgetown Law), Unthinking The Ticking Bomb Marquette        Nadelle Grossman (Marquette Law) Toledo        Jessica Knouse (Toledo Law), From Identity Politics to Ideology Politics

September 16th Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut        Davis Luban (Georgetown Law), Unthinking The Ticking Bomb Marquette        Nadelle Grossman (Marquette Law)

September 8th Colloquia/Workshops

Columbia Legal Theory               Adam Kolber (San Diego Law), The Subjective Experience of Punishment Florida State              Michael Zimmerman (Loyola-Chicago Law), A Pro-Employee Supreme Court? – The Retaliation Decisions Loyola…

September 4th Colloquia/Workshops

Brooklyn Law School Adam J. Kolber (San Diego Law), The Subjective Experience of Punishment Florida State Faculty Enrichment Sarah Brosnan (Georgia State University Psychology), An Evolutionary Approach to the Endowment…

Sovereignty, Emergency, and Legality – Tuscaloosa, AL

As part of a series on Law, Knowledge & Imagination, the University of Alabama School of Law hosts Sovereignty, Emergency, and Legality, Oct. 17, 2008. The purpose of this symposium…