Faculty Enrichment Speakers 2002-2003



SUMMER 2003

Monday, May 19—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Sandy D'Alemberte, FSU College of Law. Topic: "The Medical School Preceptorship Model and Legal Education."

Tuesday, May 27—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Adam Hirsch, FSU College of Law. Topic: "Stale Wills."

Monday, June 2—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Sandy Miller, Widener School of Business Administration. Topic: "A New Direction for LLC Research in a Contractarian Legal Environment."

Thursday, June 5—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Mark Seidenfeld, FSU College of Law. Topic: "The Friendship of the People": Citizen Participation in Regulatory Enforcement.

Thursday, June 12—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Mary Crossley, FSU College of Law. Topic: "Evenhanded Inequality: Reclaiming the Civil Rights Foundations of the ADA."

Monday, June 16—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Peter Kostant, University of Iowa. Topic: "Fairness Norms and Corporate Governance."

Thursday, June 19—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Paul Caron, University of Cincinnati (visiting at FSU College of Law). Topic: "Cultivating an Active Learning Environment in the Classroom."

SPRING 2003

Wednesday, January 8—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Guido Pincione, Professor of Philosophy, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires, FSU Simon Visiting Scholar. Topic: "Market Rights and the Rule of Law."

Friday, January 17—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Barbara Noah, Research Associate, Health Law & Policy, Center for Governmental Responsibility, University of Florida College of Law; Adjunct Faculty, University of Florida College of Medicine; and Member, Institutional Review Board. Topic: "Inclusion of Underrepresented Populations in Clinical Research: Balancing Benefits and Burdens,"

Friday, February 14—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Elena Kagan, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School. Topic: "Presidential Constitutional Interpretation."

Thursday, February 20—Mason Ladd Lecture, 3:30 Room R-101
Saul Levmore, Dean and William B. Graham Professor of Law, University of Chicago. Topic: "Citizen Warranties."

February 27—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Richard McAdams, Professor of Law, University of Illinois. Topic: "Testing the Focal Point Theory of Expressive Law: A Pilot Experiment."

Wednesday, March 5—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Alfred R. Mele, William H. and Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy, Florida State University. Topic: "Acting Intentionally: Probing Folk Notions."

Thursday, March 20—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Fernando Teson, Professor and Tobias Simon Eminent Scholar, Florida State University. Topic: "Kant, Intervention, and Trade: A Response to my European Critics."

Monday, March 24—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Jonathan Cohen, Associate Professor of Law, University of Florida. Topic: "The Culture of Legal Denial."

Friday, March 28—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Judge David Sentelle, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Topic: "Thoughts on the War Powers Resolution."

Monday, March 31—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Robert Hillman, Professor of Law, University of California at Davis. Topic: "Organizational Choices of Professional Services Firms: An Empirical Study."

Friday, April 4—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Eric Orts, Professor of Legal Studies, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Topic: "What Is a Corporation?"

Wednesday, April 9—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Marcus Cole, Associate Professor of Law, Stanford University. Topic: "Limiting Liability Through Bankruptcy."



FALL 2002

Friday, September 6—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Professor Lois Lupica; University of Maine Law School "Revised Article 9 and the Competing Visions of Business Bankruptcy."

Friday, September 13—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Professor Joseph Dodge; Stearns, Weaver, Miller, Weissler, Aldaheff & Sitterson Professor, FSU College of Law, "Comparing Systems for Taxing Wealth Transfers (and Why We Should Get Rid of the Generation-Skipping Tax)."

Friday, September 20—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Assistant Professor Maureen Cavanaugh; Washington and Lee University School of Law; Visiting Professor, FSU College of Law, Spring 2003., "Democracy, Equality, and Taxes."

Friday, September 27—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Professor Jeffrey Hackney; Wadham College, Visiting Professor, FSU College of Law. "The Book of Genesis."

Monday, October 7—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Professor Sara Beale; Charles L.B. Lowndes Professor, Duke University School of Law. "Topic TBA"

Thursday, October 10—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Professor Holly Doremus; University of California at Davis School of Law. "Fish, Farms, and the Clash of Cultures in the Klamath Basin."

Wednesday, October 16—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Associate Professor, Erica Beecher-Monas; University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Visiting Professor, FSU College of Law. "Enron, Epistemology and Accountability: Regulating a Global Economy."

Monday, October 21—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Associate Professor, Sandi Zellmer; University of Toledo College of Law. "The Executive Power to Preserve"

Friday, November 1—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Professor Adam Hirsch, FSU College of Law."Default Rules in Inheritance Law: A Problem inSearch of Its Context."

Monday, November 4—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Associate Professor Jennifer Mnookin; University of Virginia School of Law. "Atomism and Holism in the Law of Evidence."

Friday, November 15—Faculty Workshop, 12:00 noon Room R-103
Associate Professor, Katharine (Kathy) Baker; Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology."Paternity?"