February 28, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Boston College Tax Policy Workshop

Nancy Staudt (Northwestern Law), If Major Wars Affect (Judicial Fiscal Policy, How & Why?

Boston University

Sadiq Reza (Boston Law), Islam’s Fourth Amendment: Search and Seizure in Islamic Legal Doctrine and Practice


Colin Picker (Missouri-Kansas Law), International Law as a Mixed Jurisdiction


Rebecca Bratspies (CUNY Law), The Need for Trust in Regulatory Systems


Gary Melton (Clemson)


Jeffrey N. Gordon (Columbia Law), The Berle-Means Corporation in the 21st Century


Peter Byrne (Georgetown Law), Hallowed Ground: The Gettysburg Battlefield in Historic Preservation Law


Jean Braucher (Arizona Law)

Minnesota Faculty Works

David Kennedy (Harvard Law)

NYU Colloquium on Tax Policy & Public Finance

Daniel Shaviro (NYU Law), The Optimal Relationship Between Taxable Income and Financial Accounting Income


Ellen Pryor (SMU Law), Coordinatng the Restatement (Third) of Torts

Stanford Law & Economics

Geoffrey Miller (NYU Law), Arbitration’s Summer Soldiers: An Empirical Study of Arbitration Clauses in Consumer and Nonconsumer Contracts


Tanya Washington (Georgia State Law), Throwing the Black Baby Out with the Bathwater: The (Un)Constitutionality of Same-Sex Adoption Bans

UC Hastings

The Full Impact of Digital Media: Shifts of Control and the Future of Music

UCLA Legal Theory

Judy J. Thomson (MIT Philosophy), Some Reflections on Hart on Honore, CAUSATION IN THE LAW


Daniel Hamilton (Chicago-Kent Law)

Yale Legal Theory

Kwame Anthony Appiah (Princeton Philosophy), Experiments in Ethics