March 17, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Georgetown Law & Philosophy

Judith Lictenberg (Georgetown Philosophy), Basic Rights and Are There Any Basic Rights

Georgia International Law

Gregory Shaffer (Loyola Law), A Structural Theory of WTO Dispute Settlement: Why Institutional Choice Lies at the Center of the GMO Case


Amanda Tyler (George Washington Law), The Suspension Clause as an Emergency Power

Harvard International Law

Deborah Prentice (Princeton Psychology)

Harvard Internet & Society

Peter Suber (Earlham Philosophy), What Can Universities Do to Promote Open Access

Catherine Candee (University of California), Whose Knowledge is it? UC takes on IP

Queen’s Law

Laura Underkuffler (Duke Law), Captured by Evil: The Idea of Corruption in Law

Seton Hall

Michael Granne (Seton Hall Law)


Claire A. Hill (Minnesota Law), Why didn’t subprime investors demand (more of) a lemons premium?


Mark Weinstein (USC Business)


Jack Goldsmith (Harvard Law), The Terror Presidency: Law and Judgment Inside the Bush Administration

UC Berkeley

Laura Gomez (New Mexico Law), Manifest Destinies: The Making of the Mexican American Race

UC Berkeley Law & Economics

Ulrike Malmendier (UC Berkeley Economics), Superstar CEO’s

UCLA Faculty Mondays

Sandra Ikuta (Judge, Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit), What Law Professors Should Know About Preparing Students for Clerking Recommending Students as Clerks, and the new Chief Judge of the 9th Circuit

Virginia Law & Economics

Ronen Avraham (Northwestern Law), Should Courts Ignore Ex-post Information When Determining Contract Damages? A Re-evaluation of Contract Remedies

Washington University in St. Louis

Gia Lee (UCLA Law)