Category Archives: International Law

September 12, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut Mark Janis (UConn), Mr. Justice Holmes: Birds, Wars & Race George Washington Nathan Winograd (Author of), Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation and the No Kill Revolution in America…

September 11, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Georgetown David Luban (Georgetown), On the Commander-in-Chief Power Marquette Chad Oldfather (Marquette Law), A Consequentialist Analysis of Universal De Novo Review NYU Law, Economics, and Politics Maggie Penn (Harverd University-Government),…

September 7, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Duke John Goldberg (Vanderbilt Law) SMU Melissa Murray (Cal-Berkeley), The Space Between: The Intersection of Criminal Law and Family Law in State v. Koso Texas Larry Sager, Scot Powe, John…

September 7, 2007 COlloquia/Workshops

Duke John Goldberg (Vanderbilt Law) SMU Melissa Murray (Cal-Berkeley), The Difference Marriage Makes: The Intersection of Statutory Rape and Marriage in State v. Koso Texas Law Larry Sager, Scot Powe,…

September 5, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Alabama Thomas Lee (Fordham Law), Theorizing the Foreign Affairs Constitution Boston University David Seipp (BU Law), Formalism and Realism in Fifteenth-Century English Law: Bodies Corporate and Natural Connecticut Tom Baker…

September 4, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Georgetown Steve Goldberg (Georgetown Law), Intelligent Design in Law, Religion and Science George Washington Susan Franck (Nebraska Law), Empirical Analysis of Investment Treaty Texas Tom McGarity (Texas Law), Freedom to…

IT Law Challenges in a Changing World: Global, Virtual, Open & Outsourced

The International Federation of National IT Law Associations (IFCLA) Conference, IT Law Challenges in a Changing World: Global, Virtual, Open & Outsourced, in Paris, France on June 5-6, 2008. The…

Legal Pluralist Perspectives on Humanity, Development and Cultural Diversity

Legal Pluralist Perspectives on Humanity, Development and Cultural Diversity, by the Commission on Legal Pluralism, in Kunming, China on July 15-23, 2008.  The call for papers deadline is October 31, 2007.

Eighth Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance

Harvard’s Islamic Legal Studies Program and Islamic Finance Project host the Eighth Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance, “Innovation and Authenticity” at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 19-20, 2008.

Law of Waqf Conference

Harvard’s Islamic Legal Studies Program hosts the second Law of Waqf Conference at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts on May 16-18, 2008.   The call for papers deadline is September…