November 6, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Law and Economics

Jesse M. Shapiro (Chicago Business), What Drives Media Slant? Evidence from U.S. Daily Newspapers


Nan Hunter (Georgetown Law), Risk Governance and Democracy in Health Care

Harvard Law and Economics

Lucian Bebchuk (Harvard Law) and Assaf Hamdani (Bar-Ilan Law), Protecting Minority Shareholders

Harvard Internet

Christine Harold (Author of “OurSpace: Resisting the Corporate Control of Culture”)


Bruce Boyden (Marquette Law), Cows, Copyrights, and Cotton Looms: Enclosure as a Metaphor for Copyright Law

New York Law School

Kenneth C. Kettering (New York Law School), Securitization and Its Discontents

NYU Law, Economics, and Politics

Lewis Kornhauser (NYU Law), Modeling Courts


William Luneburg (Pitt Law), Anonymity and its Dubious Relevance to the Constitutionality of Lobbying Disclosure

Yale Information Society Project

Johannes Britz (Wisconsin-Milwaukee Information Studies), To Talk or Not to Talk: A Critical Analysis of the Telecommunication Policy in South Africa from a Social Justice Perspective

Yale Legal History

David Skeel (Penn Law), The Unbearable Lightness of Christian Legal Scholarship