February 14, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Boston University

Shari Diamond (Northwestern Law)


Mitchell Kane (Columbia Law), Bootstraps, Poverty Traps and Povert Pits: Tax Treaties as Novel Tools for Development Finance

Florida State

Jonathan Simon (UC Berkeley Law), Katz at Forty: A Sociological Jurisprudence Whose Time Has Come


James Kainen (Fordham Law), Re-Evaluating Home Building and Loan v. Blaisdell


Samuel Buell (Washington at St. Louis Law), Underappreciated Virtues of Overbreadth in Criminal Law

Michigan Law & Economics

Albert Choi (Virginia Law), Integrating an Agreement to Induce Information Disclosure

Minnesota Faculty Works

Paul Schwartz (UC Berkeley Law), The Future of Tax Privacy

New York Law Tax Policy & Public Finance

Sarah Lawsky (George Washington Law), Probably? Understanding Tax Law’s Uncertainty


Jeff Kahn (SMU Law), International Travel and the U.S. Constitution during the War on Terror

Stanford Law & Economics

Jonathan Macey (Yale Law), False Promises: Finding a Role for Directors in Corporate Governance

Toronto Health Law

David Henry (Institute of Clinical Evaluative Sciences), The Australia/USA Free Trade Agreement – Impact on Access to Medicine

UC Berkeley

Nancy Polikoff (Washington College of Law, American University), Beyond (Straight and Gay) Marriage: Valuing All Families Under the Law

UCLA Legal Theory

Amy M. Adler (NYU Law), Against Moral Rights (in Visual Arts)

Vanderbilt Faculty Presentations

Frank Bloch (Vanderbilt Law), The Quest for Socially Relevant Legal Education in India


Tonya Kowalski (Washburn Law), Imperatives and Incentives to Introduce Native American Nations and Law in First-Year Legal Method Courses