Fall 2015 Workshops


9/21  David Enoch, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Is General Jurisprudence Interesting?

9/24  Saira Mohamed, University of California Berkeley School of Law
Leadership Crimes

10/5 
Christina Mulligan, Brooklyn Law School
Killing Copyright

10/15  Shu-Yi Oei, Tulane University School of Law
 

1022  Lawrence Solum, Georgetown University School of Law
The Constraint Principle: The Role of Original Meaning in Constitutional Practice

11/5  Hannah Wiseman, Florida State University College of Law
Reinventing Preemption in Energy Law


Spring 2015 Workshops


2/9  David Marcus, University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law
The Public Interest Class Action

2/19  Rebecca Tushnet, Georgetown University Law Center
Registering Discontent: Registration in American Trademark Law

2/23
Tom Lin, Temple University, Beasley School of Law
Reasonable Investor(s)

3/5  Mary Anne Franks, University of Miami Law School
The Democratization of Surveillance: Privacy, Consent, and Empathy

3/19  Troy McKenzie, New York University School of Law
A Dollar’s Worth of Article III: The Supreme Court and the Judicial Power of the United States

4/2  Jessica Bulman-Pozen, Columbia Law School
 

4/16  Cynthia Godsoe, Brooklyn Law School
Adopting the Gay Family


Fall 2014 Workshops


9/11  Lawrence Solan, Brooklyn Law School
Precedent in Statutory Interpretation

9/18  Dana Remus, University of North Carolina School of Law
The Dangers of Commoditized Law

10/2  Jonah Gelbach, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Material Facts in the Dispute over Twombly and Iqbal: Using Defense Summary Judgment Grant Rates To Measure the Quality of Cases Affected by Changes in Pleading Policy

10/16  Michael Waterstone, Loyola Law School/Los Angeles
Disability: The Promise and Perils of Low Political Salience

10/30  Rose Cuison Villazor, University of California at Davis School of Law
American National: Neither Citizen Nor 'Alien'

11/13  Alafair Burke, Hofstra University School of Law (visiting at BLS)
Consent Searches and Fourth Amendment Reasonableness


Spring 2014 Workshops


1/16 W. Bradley Wendel, Cornell Law School
Lawyers and Fidelity to Facts

2/13 David Kamin, NYU School of Law
Basing Budget Baselines: How We Should Define Our Fiscal Future

2/27 Chris Beauchamp, Brooklyn Law School
The First Patent Litigation Explosion

3/6 Hilary Allen, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Why Wall Street Isn’t in Jail

3/20 Brad Snyder, University of Wisconsin Law School
The House of Truth

4/3 Douglas Berman, Moritz College of Law/Ohio State University
The Foolishness of Finality Concerns for Sentencing Purposes

4/10 Darrell Miller, Duke Law School
Second Amendment Institutions

4/24 Alison La Croix, University of Chicago Law School
The Interbellum Constitution and the Spending Power


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For more information about the Faculty Workshop Series, please contact:
Professor Anita Bernstein
Professor Christopher Beauchamp
Professor Minor Myers

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