Category Archives: CONFERENCES

American Indian Law and Literature

American Indian Law and Literature Fourth Annual Indigenous Law Conference Michigan State University College of Law October 18 & 20, 2007

International Law Weekend 2007

International Law Weekend 2007 by the American Branch of the International Law Association at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York in New York, New York…

October 15, 2007 Colloquia/Workshops

Alabama Kim Krawiec (North Carolina Law), Board Diversity and Corporate Performance: Filling the Gaps Columbia Legal Theory Winnifred F. Sullivan (Buffalo Law), Prison Religion Loyola Tax Policy Mary Heen (Richmond…

2007 Annual Meeting of Midwestern Law and Economics Association: Day Two

2007 Annual Meeting of Midwestern Law and Economics Association at the University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, Minnesota 9:05 – 10:20 a.m.  Torts Nuno Garoupa & Tom Ulen, The Economics…

Human Rights – Omaha, Nebraska

On April 4, 2008, Creighton Law Review is hosting a symposium focused on Human Rights Law. The symposium will feature keynote speaker and TePoel lecturer Kenneth Roth, executive director of…

2007 Annual Meeting of Midwestern Law and Economics Association: Day One

2007 Annual Meeting of Midwestern Law and Economics Association at the University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, Minnesota 9:05 – 10:20 a.m.  Regulation and Governance  Dale Thompson, Optimal Federalism Across…

History, Subordination, Social Change – Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati College of Law hosts the inaugural symposium of the Freedom Center Journal, Friday, Oct. 26, 2007. Reconstructions: Historical Consciousness and Critical Transformation “will explore the uses…

Multidistrict Litigation – New Orleans

The Tulane Law Review is planning a symposium, The Problem of Multidistrict Litigation, February 15-16, 2008, in New Orleans.

Choice of Law – Durham, NC

The Tulane Law Review and the Duke Center for International and Comparative Law present The European Choice-of-Law Revolution — A Chance for the United States? February 9, 2008, Durham, NC.

Media Trials – Durham, NC

Duke Law School just held “The Court of Public Opinion,” a conference on the practice and ethics of trying cases in the media, Sept. 28-29, 2007. Duke press release, Oct….