November 30, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops
Bernadette Atuahene (Chicago-Kent Law), The Legitimacy of Property Rights
Robert L. Rabin (Stanford Law), The Case for Specially Compensating Victims of Terrorists Acts: An Assessment
Joan Heminway (Tennessee Law), Does Sarbanes-Oxley Foster the Existence of Ethical Executive Role Models in the Corporation?
Georgetown Law and Economics
Abe Wickelgren (Northwestern Law)
Paul Caron (Cincinnati Law), Taking Back the Law School Classroom: Using Technology to Foster Active Student Learning
John Bickers (Northern Kentucky Law), Of Nonhorses, Quantum Mechanics, and the Establishment Clause
Jens Dammann (Texas Law), Majority Freezeouts
UCLA Faculty Fridays
Hiroshi Motomura (North Carolina Law), Undocumented Immigrants or Illegal Aliens? A Roadmap 25 years after Plyler v. Doe
Jonathan Lear (Chicago Philosophy), What is it to be Deprived of a World?
Michelle Boardman (George Mason Law). Actuarial Data in Insurance Interpretation: Factual Intent Behind Contractual Words
Curtis Bradley (Duke Law), The Story of Ex parte Milligan: Military Trials, Enemy Combatants, and Congressional Authorization