October 31, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago-Kent Law and the Humanities

Peter B. Edelman (Georgetown Law), From Poverty to Prosperity: A National Strategy to Cut Poverty in Half


Paul Berman (UConn Law), Global Legal Pluralism


Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr. (Hastings), Complexity in Civil Litigation

NYU Law Legal History

William LaPiana (New York Law School), An Overview of Codification in the U.S.: The New York Experience

Penn Tax law and Policy

Nancy Staudt (Northwestern Law), The Ideological Component of Judging in the Taxation Context 

Roger Williams

Karen Lash (Equal Justice Works), Making a Difference in the Gulf Coast: Lawyer’s and Law Students Working with Katrina Survivors


Bill Rich (Washburn Law), Rights and Realities of Marriage

Charlene Smith (Washburn Law) and Jane Ellen Cross (Nova Southeastern Law), Families Redefined: Contracts and ‘Marriage’ Rights


Kate O’Neill (Washington Law), Posner TM