November 27, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Law and Economics

Howard F. Chang (Penn Law), Optimal Taxation, Working Women, and the Disadvantages of Immigration Restriction as a Policy to Improve Income Distribution

Harvard Economics

Jonathan Baron (Penn), How Intuitions Conflict with the Economic Theory of Deterrence

New York Law School

David Johnson (NYLS) & Beth Simone Noveck (NYLS) & Richard K. Shewin (NYLS), New “Best Practices” in Law Teaching

Notre Dame

Carter Snead (Notre Dame Law), Neuroimaging and the “Complexity” of Capital Punishment


Melissa Waters (Washington & Lee Law), Diagonal Dialogue: What Skidmore Deference Can Teach Us About Giving ‘Respectful Consideration’ to International Court