November 19, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Columbia Law and Economics

Luigi Zingales (Chicago Business), Who Blows the Whistle on Corporate Fraud?

Loyola Tax Policy

Neil Buchanan (George Washington Law), What Do We Owe Future Generations: Framing the Issues, with an Application to Budget Policy

Michigan International Law

John B. Bellinger (U.S. Dep’t of State), The United States and International law: Three Current Controversies

Seton Hall

Vince Blasi (Columbia Law), Madison and the Sedition Act of 1798


Alice Abreu (Temple Law), Contracting the Definition of Income: The Role of Administrability as an Independent Tax Policy Value

Texas Human Rights

Patrick Macklem (Toronto Law), What is International Human Rights Law? Three Applications of a Distributive Account


Danny Bogden (McDonald Carano Wilson), Starting Over: An Insider View of the Attorney General Firings

UCLA Faculty Mondays

Saul Friedlander (UCLA History), Towards an Integrated History of the Holocaust