November 1, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Boston University

Amanda Frost (American Law), (Over)Valuing Uniformity


Christopher Eisgruber (Princeton Law and Public Affairs), The Next Justice: Repairing the Supreme Court Appointments Process


Lani Guinier (Harvard Law), Beyond Electocracy: Rethinking The Political Representative as a Powerful Stranger

Columbia Tax Policy

Lily Batchelder (NYU Law), How Should an Ideal Consumption Tax or Income Tax Treat Wealth Transfers

Duke International and Comparative Law

Erhard Busek (Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe), Southeast Europe–A Region Regains Stability and Future: Changes and Open Problems (Kosovo, Bosnia, EU Enlargement)


Marty Lederman (Georgetown Law), The Commander in Chief at the Lowest Ebb

Minnesota Public Law

Gillian Metzger (Columbia Law), Administrative Law as the New Federalism

NYU Legal, Political and Social Philosophy

Ronald Dworkin (NYU Law), Responsibility Without Freedom

Stanford Law and Economics

Michael Meurer (Boston University Law), The Private Cost of Patent Litigation

Northwestern Law and Economics

Margaret F. Brinig (Notre Dame Law), The One-Size Fits All Family


Daniel Crane (Cardozo Law)

Washington University in St. Louis

Reva Siegel (Yale Law)

Yale Law and Economics

Glenn Loury (Brown Economics), Valuing Identity: The Simple Economics of Affirmative Action Programs