Faculty Enrichment Speakers 2006-2007

 

SUMMER 2007

Thursday, May 10 - Robin Craig, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Dissolving Water's Regulatory Compartmentalization: Using Marine Biodiversity to Get Beyond Water Law, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act

Thursday, May 17 - Brian Galle, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Fairness and Federalism in Taxation

Thursday, May 24 - Lesley Wexler, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Regulating Resource Curses: Using Institutional Theory to Assess the Kimberly Process

Thursday, May 31 - Charlene Luke
, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: TBA

Thursday, June 7 - Mark Brown, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Qualified Immunity in the Eleventh Circuit: Is There Hope?

Thursday, June 14 - B.J. Priester, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Antiterrorism Enforcement

Tuesday, June 19 - Visiting Professor Tamara Piety, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Against Freedom of Commercial Expression

Thursday, June 21 - J.B. Ruhl, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Climate Change and the Endangered Species Act


Wednesday, June 27 - Kelli Alces, Florida State University College of Law. Topic: Strategic Governance

 

SPRING 2007


Thursday, January 11 - Robert Hillman, Cornell University Law School. Topic: Principles of the Law of Software Contracts

Thursday, January 18 - Leandra Lederman, Indiana University School of Law - Bloomington (Luke). Topic: Harnessing the " Invisible Hand" to Foster Tax Compliance

Friday, January 26 - Jane Ginsburg, Columbia Law School (de Larena). Topic: The Pros and Cons of Strengthening Intellectual Property Protection: Technological Protections Measures and Section 1201 of the U.S. Copyright Act

Thursday, February 1 - Eric Helland, Claremont McKenna Economics & The Rand Corporation. Topic: Torts, Class Actions, Crime, Corporate Governance

Thursday, February 8 - John Goldberg, Vanderbilt University Law School. Topic: Tort Law and Moral Luck

Monday, February 12 - Andrew Klein, Indiana University-Indianapolis. Topic: “Futures” Cases:  Liability for Increased Risk of Disease

Thursday, February 15 - Joanna Shepherd, Emory Law. Topic: Crime, Death Penalty, Tort Reform

Thursday, February 15 - Gerald Postema, University of North Carolina School of Law. Topic: Custom in International Law: A Normative Practice Account

Monday, February 19 - Laura Rosenbury, Washington University School of Law (Hirsch). Topic: Friends With Benefits

Thursday, February 22 - Ellen Bublick, University of Arizona Rogers College of Law. Topic: Upside Down? Responsibility for Harm in the Post 9-11 Tort Reform World

Thursday, February 22 - Dino Falaschetti, Montana State Economics. Topic: Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Political Economy

Thursday, March 1 - Yair Listokin, Yale Law. Topic: Corporate Finance, Bankruptcy, Contracts

Wednesday, March 14 - Jerome Reichman, Duke University School of Law (Christie). Topic: Lillich Memorial Lecture

Thursday, March 15 - Scott Shapiro, University of Michigan Law School. Topic: What is Law (And Why Should We Care)?

Thursday, March 15 - Kate Litvak, Texas Law. Topic: Venture Capital, Corporate Finance, Comparative Corporate Law

Thursday, March 22 - Dan Ho, Stanford Law. Topic: Congressional Agency Control: The Impact of Statuatory Partisan Requirements on Regulation

Thursday, March 22 - Dan M. Kahan, Yale Law. Topic: Two Conceptions of Emotion in Risk Regulation

Wednesday, March 28 - Daniel A. Farber, University of California, Berkeley of Law (Ruhl). Distinguished Lecture in Environmental Law

Thursday, March 29 - Anne Joseph, University of California, Berkeley of Law (Wexler). Topic: Regulatory Agendas in Political Transitions

Thursday, April 5 - Albert Yoon, Northwestern Law University School of Law. Topic: Tort Reform, Education Law, Litigation

Thursday, April 12 - Michael Perry, Emory University School of Law. Topic: The Fourteenth Amendment's Mandate of Equal Citizenship

Monday, April 16 - Fred Gedicks
, BYU (Gey). Topic: TBA

 

FALL 2006


Thursday, August 31 - Richard Nagareda, Vanderbilt University Law School. Topic: FDA Preemption: When Tort Law Meets the Administrative State

Thursday, September 7 - Mark Fenster, University of Florida, Levin College of Law. Topic: The Takings Clause, Version 2005: The Legal Process of Constitutional Property Rights

Thursday, September 21 - Margaret Howard, Washington & Lee University School of Law. Topic: Bankruptcy Bondage

Monday, September 25 - Dennis D. Hirsch, Capital University Law School (Markell). Topic: What Privacy Regulation Can Learn From Environmental Law

Thursday, September 28 - Kristin Madison, University of Pennsylvania School of Law. Topic: Regulating Health Care Quality in an Information Age

Monday, October 9 - Jan Neuman, Lewis & Clark Law School (Christie). Journal of Land Use and EnviroJnmental Law Distinguished Lecture

Thursday, October 12 - Myriam Gilles, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Topic: Exploding the Class Action Agency Costs Myth: The Social Utility of Entrepreneurial Lawyers

Monday, October 16 - Albert C. Lin, University of California, Davis, School of Law (Markell). Topic: Size Matters: Regulating Nanotechnology

Friday, October 20 - Curtis Bradley, Duke University School of Law (Tesón). Topic: Unratified Treaties, Domestic Politics, and the U.S. Constitution

Friday, October 27 - David Skeel, University of Pennsylvania School of Law. Topic: Who Write the Rules for Hostile Takeovers, and Why? – The Peculiar Divergence of US and UK Takeover Regulation

Friday, November 3 - Peter Spiro, Temple University Beasley School of Law (Wexler). Topic: Getting Past Citizenship

Tuesday, November 7 - Amy J. Wildermuth, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law (Markell). Topic: Connecting Landscapes: What Wildlife Crossings Might Teach Us About Boundaries

Thursday, November 9 - Carlos Vasquez, Georgetown University Law Center (Tesón). Topic: Treaties as Law of the Land: Towards a Clear Statement Rule

Friday, November 17 - Peter N. Mirfield, Jesus College, Oxford University (Christie)

Thursday, November 30 - Maxine Eichner, University of North Carolina School of Law. Topic: Family Matters: The Family-State Relationship and Our Liberal Democratic Ideals