November 2, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops


Michael S. Pardo (Alabama Law), Judicial Proof and the Best Explanation


Victor Fleischer (Illinois Law), Regulatory Cost-Engineering: The Lawyer’s Role in Regulating Gamesmanship


David Barron (Harvard Law)

Duke Global Law

Lisa Hilbink (Minnesota Pol’y Sci), Judges beyond Politics in Democracy and Dictatorship: Lessons from Chile

Florida State

Matthew Stephenson (Harvard Law), Optimal Political Control of the Bureaucracy

Georgetown Law and Economics

Kathy Spier (Harvard Law)

Missouri Law

Ian Ayres (Yale Law), Buying Stock on Margin Can Reduce Retirement Risk

UCLA Faculty Fridays

Tom Baker (UConn Law), How the Merits Matter:  D&O Insurance and Settlements in Securities Class Actions


Jason Czarnezki (Marquette Law), An Empirical Investigation of Judicial Decisionmaking, Statutory Interpretation & the Chevron Doctrine in Environmental Law

Virginia Law

Amy Barrett (Notre Dame Law), Procedural Common Law

Washington University in St. Louis

Kevin Brown (Indiana Law)