February 25, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops


John Conley (North Carolina Law), The Corporate Social Responsibility Movement as an Ethnographic Problem

Georgetown Law & Philosophy

David Brink (UCSD Philosophy), Mill’s Ambivalence About Rights


Ahmed E. Taha (Wake Forest Law)

Georgia State

Paul Miller (Washington Law), Good Intentions and Eugenics: Avoiding Genetic Genocide


Greg Mitchell (Virginia Law), Second Thoughts


Anthony Colangelo (SMU Law)

Northwestern Law & Economics

Richard Craswell (Stanford Law), When is a Willful Breach Willful?


Richard Hyland (Rutgers-Camden Law), A Flexible Methodology for Comparative Law

Stanford Internet & Society

Kim Alexander (California Voter Foundation), Digital Democracy –a Look Back, a Look Ahead

St. John’s

Kenneth C. Kettering (New York Law School), Securitization and Its Discontents


Benjamin L. Liebman (Columbia Law), A Populist Threat to China’s Courts?

UC Berkeley

Noga Morag-Levine (Michigan State Law), Civil Law, Common Law, and the Origins of Anglo-American Skepticism towards the Precautionary Principle

UC Berkeley Law & Economics

Andy Daughety (Vanderbilt Economics), Mass Torts and the Incentives for Suit, Settlement, and Trial

UCLA Mondays

Rick Hasen (Loyola-LA Law), The Untimely Death of Bush v. Gore

Yale Corporate Law

Randall K.C. Kau (XE Capital Management), The Winding Path from Tax Law to Hedge Fund Land