February 11, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Law & Philosophy

Janice Nadler (Northwestern Law)

Duke International & Comparative Law

Jurgen Basedow (Max Planck Institute), The Reform of European Antitrust Law

Georgetown Law & Philosophy

John Mikhail (Georgetown Law), Bentham’s Theory of Fictions and Critique of Natural Rights


Douglas H. Yarn (Georgia State Law)

Penn Law & Philosophy

John Gardner (Oxford Law), Introduction to the Second Edition of H.L.A. Hart’s Punishment and Responsibility


Damon Smith (Rutgers-Camden Law), Reconceptualizing Urban Redevelopment: Participatory Planning and Procedural Protections

San Diego

Ken Bamberger (UC Berkeley Law)

Seton Hall

Janai Nelson (St. John’s Law)

Stanford Internet & Society

Judith Donath (MIT), Virtual Design and Trustworthy Signals

St. John’s

Sherry F. Colb (Columbia Law), Why is Torture “Different” and How “Different” is it?


Steven L. Schwarcz (Duke Law), Protecting Financial Markets: Lessons from the Subprime Mortgage Meltdown

UC Berkeley

Cindy Skach (Harvard Government), The Constitution of Peoples: Outlaw Religion and the Public Sphere

UC Berkeley Law & Economics

Robert Litan (Kauffman Foundation), Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism, and the Economics of Growth and Prosperity

Yale Corporate Law

Michael R. Eisenson (Charlesbank Capital Partners), An Insider’s Perspective on Private Equity Investing