Category Archives: Legal Education

January 25, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Crime & Punishment Tom Tyler (NYU Psychology), Legitimacy and Cooperation: Why do People Help the Police Fight Crime in their Communities Florida Dawn Jourdan (Florida Law), Evidence Based Ordinance…

January 25, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Crime & Punishment Tom Tyler (NYU Psychology), Legitimacy and Cooperation: Why do People Help the Police Fight Crime in their Communities Florida Dawn Jourdan (Florida Law), Evidence Based Ordinance…

January 22, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Law & Politics Jeff Rachlinski (Cornell Law), Does Unconscious Bias Affect Trial Judges? Georgetown Lawrence Mitchell (George Washington Law), The Speculation Economy: How Finance Triumphed Over Industry Lewis &…

January 22, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago Law & Politics Jeff Rachlinski (Cornell Law), Does Unconscious Bias Affect Trial Judges? Georgetown Lawrence Mitchell (George Washington Law), The Speculation Economy: How Finance Triumphed Over Industry Lewis &…

Clinical Law Review Workshop – NYC

The Clinical Law Review (a peer-edited journal sponsored by CLEA, AALS, and NYU) will host a workshop for authors Oct. 18, 2008. Scholarships are available for presenters whose employers do…

Future of Legal Education – Atlanta

Georgia State University College of Law hosts the International Conference on the Future of Legal Education Feb. 20-23 in Atlanta. Twenty-four speakers from the US and abroad are already scheduled….

AALS Hot Topics – NYC

AALS saves a few slots at its annual meeting for hot topics. This year’s are: Fri., Jan. 4, 2008, 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Reproductive Justice After Carhart Sat., Jan. 5, 2008,…

Transaction Law Workshop – AALS Midyear – 2009

Gordon Smith (BYU) reports that AALS will have a workshop on transaction law at its midyear meeting in 2009. Details (like date and location) aren’t available yet, but you can…

November 20, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Chicago-Kent David S. Rudstein (Chicago-Kent Law), Retrying the Acquitted in England Harvard Law and Economics Mark Ramseyer (Harvard Law), Public and Private Firm Compensation Compared: Evidence from Japanese Tax Returns…