December 6, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Boston College Legal History

Karen Beck (Curator of Rare Books, Boston College Law), The Nineteenth-Century American Lawyer’s Private Library: A Look at the Evidence

Boston University

Ken Simons (Boston University Law)


John Leubsdorf (Columbia Law), Legal Ethics Falls Apart

Columbia Tax Policy

Michael Graetz (Yale Law), 100 Million Unnecessary Returns:  A Simple, Fair, and Competitive Tax Plan for the United States


Lani Guinier (Harvard Law), All of Us is Tired: Notes Toward a Demosprudence of Social Movements

NYU Legal, Political, and Social Philosophy

David Golove (NYU Law), Incorporating Global Justice into the U.S. Constitution

Penn Law and Philosophy

David Enoch (Columbia Law), Intending, Foreseeing, and the State

USC China Institute

William Alford (Harvard Law), “Second Lawyers, First Principles”: Lawyers, Rice-Roots Legal Workers, and the Battle Over Legal Professionalism in China

Yale Law, Economics, and Organization

Abraham Wickelgren (Northwestern Law), Credible Discovery, Settlement, and Negative Expected Value Suits