Category Archives: LECTURES

Trafficking, Prostitution, Inequality – Scholarship of Catharine A. MacKinnon – Tulsa, OK

The University of Tulsa College of Law‘s 14th Annual John W. Hager Distinguished Lecture will feature Catharine A. MacKinnon speaking on “Trafficking, Prostitution and Inequality,” Thursday, March 4, 2010. The…

The Tiger Woods Effect – New York City

The Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal‘s Annual Spring Symposium, The Tiger Woods Effect: The Uncertain and Turbulent Future of Endorsement Deals, Morals Clauses, and Reverse-Morals Clauses, will take place…

Vaccine Compensation Panel – Seattle

On Dec. 15, 2009, the University of Washington School of Law presents a panel on Vaccines, Injuries, and Compensation: The Role of the National Vaccine Court. Speakers: Jeff Sconyers, Senior…

WVU College of Law

Dr. Fernando Patron Sanchez (University of Guanajuato, Guanajuat, Mexico), Problems of Democratic Consolidation in Latin America: Special Mention to the Mexican Case. This paper is not publicly available.

WVU College of Law

Halla E. Shoaibi (LLM Student, University of Michigan), Palestinian Women and the Law. Lecture not publicly available.

Geneva Conventions Lecture Series – London

The British Institute of International and Comparative Law, in partnership with British Red Cross, presents “a series of lectures and seminars to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the adoption of…

Seymour Lecture at Tulsa

Yesterday (April 14, 2009), Mary Margaret Giannini (Florida Coastal) delivered “Searching for Reasonableness: Procedural Justice and the Victim’s Right to be Reasonably Protected from the Accused” as the Stephanie K….

Administrative Law – Chevron Anniversary – Washington, DC

The Administrative Law Review (American University Washington College of Law) presents Is Chevron Out of Gas? The State of Judicial Review 25 Years After Chevron U.S.A. Inc. v. Natural Resources…

Journalist Law School – Los Angeles

Journalist Law School will be held on June 17th-20th at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. To help support journalists who cover the courts on national, regional, or local levels,…

Rejuvenating Streetscapes and Communities: Openair Markets and Agendas for Research, Policy and Practice – Madison, WI

The Institute for Legal Studies of the University of Wisconsin Law School presents a two-day event, Rejuvenating Streetscapes and Communities: Openair Markets and Agendas for Research, Policy, and Practice, on…