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Faculty Enrichment Archive

  • Summer 2009
    • Tuesday, May 12: Shelley Smith (Florida State Law)
      • "A New Approach to the Identification and Enforcement of Open Quantity Contracts"
    • Thursday, May 21: Kelli Alces (Florida State Law)
      • "Debunking the Corporate Fiduciary Myth"
    • Tuesday, May 26: Yingmei Chen (Florida State Finance Department)
      • "Does Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Matter? Evidence from Financing and Investment Choices in the High Tech Industry (with James S. Ang and Chaopeng Wu)"
    • Thursday, May 28: Mark Seidenfeld (Florida State Law)
      • "Who Decides Who Decides"
    • Thursday, June 4: Robin Craig (Florida State Law)
      • "The State Public Trust Doctrines and Adaptation to Climate Change"
    • Thursday, June 11: Dan Markel (Florida State Law)

    • Thursday, June 18: Beth Burch (Florida State Law)
      • "Litigating Together"
    • Thursday, June 25: Franita Tolson (Florida State Law)

    • Tuesday, June 30: Shawn Bayern (Florida State Law)
      • "The Failure of Economics in Tort Law: The Puzzle of Negligence"
    • Wednesday, July 1: J.B. Ruhl (Florida State Law)
  • Spring 2009
    • Thursday, January 15: Katie Porter (University of Iowa College of Law)
      • "Saving up for Bankruptcy"
    • Tuesday, January 20: Michael Dimino (Widener)
      • "Police Paternalism: Community Caretaking, Assistance Searches, and Fourth Amendment Reasonableness"
    • Friday, January 23: Richard Myers (University of North Carolina)
      • Requiring a Jury Vote of Censure to Convict
    • Monday, January 26: Hari Osofsky (Washington & Lee)
      • "Is Climate Change 'International'? Litigation's Diagonal Regulatory Role"
    • Thursday, January 29: Amy Farmer (University of Arkansas School of Business)
      • "Strategic Bidding Investment and Investment in Final Offer Arbitration"
    • Thursday, February 5: Kimberly Ferzan (Rutgers-Camden)
      • "Beyond the Special Part"
    • Monday, February 9: Shi-Ling Hsu (University of British Columbia)
      • "The Case for a Carbon Tax"
    • Thursday, February 12: David Duff (Toronto)
      • "Tax Fairness and the Tax Mix"
    • Friday, February 20: Todd Henderson (University of Chicago)
    • Wednesday, February 25: Hope Babcock (Georgetown)
      • "The Problem with Particularized Injury: the Disjuncture Between Broad-Based Environmental Harm and Standing Jurisprudence"
    • Thursday, February 26: Robert Thompson (Vanderbilt)
      • "Corporate Voting"
    • Thursday, March 5: Tess Wilkinson-Ryan (Pennsylvania)
      • "Do Liquidated Damages Encourage Efficient Breach? A Psychological Experiment"
    • Thursday, March 26: Jayanth Krishnan (William Mitchell)
      • "(Un)wanted Outsiders: The Debate over Excluding American and British Law Firms from a Thriving Capital Market"
    • Monday, March 30: Guy-Uriel E. Charles (Duke)
      • "We the (Colored) People"
    • Thursday, April 9: Fernando Teson (Florida State Law)
      • "The Liberal Constitution and Foreign Affairs"
    • Thursday, April 16: James Gathii (Albany)
      • "War, Commerce and International Law"
    • Thursday, April 23: Dino Falaschetti (Florida State University)
      • "The State of the Economy"
  • Fall 2008
    • Thursday, August 28: Michael Gerhardt (University of North Carolina Law School)
      • "The Constitutional Legacy of the Forgotten Presidents"
    • Thursday, September 4: Sarah Brosnan (Georgia State University Psychology)
      • "Law, Biology, and Property: A New Theory of the Endowment Effect"
    • Monday, September 8: Michael Zimmer (Loyola-Chicago School of Law)
      • "A Pro-Employee Supreme Court? —The Retaliation Decisions"
    • Thursday, September 11: Samuel Jordan (St. Louis University School of Law)
      • Irregular Panels
    • Thursday, September 18: Michael O'Hear (Marquette)
      • "Explain Yourself: Procedural Reasonableness in Federal Sentencing After Rita v. United States"
    • Thursday, October 9: Margaret Lemos (Cardozo)
      • "Judicial Versus Agency Interpretations of Title VII"
    • Thursday, October 16: Neil Kinkopf (Georgia State University College of Law) 

    • Wednesday, October 22: John Nagle (Notre Dame)
      • Humility and Environmental Law
    • Friday, October 31: Ani Satz (Emory Law School)
      • "Equal Protection for Animals"
    • Thursday, November 13: Michael Rappaport (San Diego)
      • "The Tradeoff Between Originalism and Precedent: A Consequentialist Analysis"
    • Monday, November 17: Eric Biber (Berkeley)
      • "The Sting of the Long Tail: Climate Change, Backlash and the Problem of Delayed Harm"
    • Thursday, November 20: Andrew Hanssen (Montana State)
      • "Vertical Integration During the Hollywood Studio Era"
  • Summer 2008
    • Thursday, May 8: Professor Dan Markel (Florida State Law)
      • "Implementing Retributive Damages"
    • Thursday, May 15: Professor Mark B. Seidenfeld, Florida State Law)
      • "Chevron's Foundation"
    • Thursday, May 22: Professor Brian Galle (Florida State Law)
      • "Are Hidden Taxes More Efficient?: On Salience and Optimal Taxation"
    • Thursday, May 29: Professor Manuel A. Utset, Jr. (Florida State Law)
      • "Real-Time Corporate Governance"
    • Thursday, June 5: Professor J.B. Ruhl (Florida State Law)
      • "The Mechanisms of Cumulative Effects"
    • Tuesday, June 10: Professor Erin O'Hara (Vanderbilt Law School)
      • "Contracts as a Transactional Course"
    • Thursday, June 12: Professor Elizabeth Burch (Florida State Law)
      • "Aggregate Procedural Justice"
    • Thursday, June 19: Professor Curtis Bridgeman (Florida State Law)
    • Thursday, June 26: Professor Lesley Wexler (Florida State Law)
      • "Employment Compensation Screening: When Does Paying Too Little Make Sense?"
  • Spring 2008
    • Thursday, January 10: Professor Kelli Alces (Florida State Law School)
      • "Strategic Governance"
    • Thursday, January 24: Professor Thomas Stratmann (George Mason University Economics Department)
      • "Political Economy at Any Speed: What Determines Traffic Citations"
    • Thursday, January 31: Professor Ethan Yale (Georgetown Law Center)
      •  "Investment Risk and The Tax Benefit of Deferred Compensation"
    • Thursday, February 7: Professor John Mayo (Georgetown University School of Business)
      • "The Influence of Firms on Government"
    • Thursday, February 14: Professor Jonathan Simon, (University of California-Berkeley)
      • "Katz at Forty: A Sociological Jurisprudence Whose Time Has Come"
    • Wednesday, February 20: Professor Jutta Brunnée (University of Toronto Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law Distinguished Lecturer)
      • "All Together Now? Europe, the United States and the Global Climate Regime"
    • Friday, February 29: Professor Lonny Hoffman (University of Houston)
      • "Burn Up the Chaff with Unquenchable Fire: Constructing a Sustainable Theory of Judicial Regulatory Power Over Pleading Norms"
    • Thursday, March 27: Professor Margaret Blair (Vanderbilt Law School)
      • "The Roles of Standardization, Certification, and Assurance Services in Global Commerce"
    • Friday-Saturday, April 4-5: Critical Tax Conference (organized by Dodge/Galle)

    • Thursday, April 10: Professor Rick Geddes (Cornell University Department of Economics)
      • "Human Capital Accumulation and the Expansion of Women’s Property Rights"
  • Fall 2007
    • Thursday, September 6: Professor Kristen Hickman, (University of Minnesota)
      • "A Problem of Remedy: Responding to Treasury's (Lack of) Adherence to Administative Procedure Act Rulemaking Requirements (Rossi)"
    • Thursday, September 13: Professor Suja Thomas (University of Cincinnati)
      • "Why the Motion to Dismiss is Now Unconstitutional (Wexler)"
    • Friday, September 14: Professor Heidi Hurd (University of Illinois)
      • "The Morality of Mercy"
    • Monday, September 17: Professor Randy Abate (Florida Coastal)
      • "Automobile Emissions and Climate Change Impacts: Employing Public Nuisance Doctrine as Part of a “Global Warming Solution” in California"
    • Thursday, September 20: Professor Paul Robinson (University of Pennsylvania)
      • "What Distributive Principles Should Guide Punishment?"
    • Thursday, September 27: Professor Joseph Sanders (University of Houston Law Center)
      • "A Norms Approach to Jury 'Nullification': Interests, Values and Scripts"
    • Thursday, October 4: Professor Daniel Rodriguez (University of Texas School of Law)
      • "State Constitutionalism and the Scope of Judicial Review"
    • Monday, October 8: Professor Royal Gardner (Stetson Law School)
      • "Beyond "No Net Loss": Prospects for Long-Term Success of Wetland Mitigation Sites"
    • Thursday, October 18: Professor Gabriel J. Chin (University of Arizona)
      • "Unexplainable on Grounds of Race: Doubts About Yick Wo"
    • Monday, October 29: Professor Mary Jane Angelo (University of Florida)
      • "The Killing Fields: Reducing the Casualties in the Battle Between U.S. Species Protection Law and U.S. Pesticide Law"
    • Friday, November 2: Professor Matthew Stephenson (Harvard Law School)
      • "Optimal Political Control of the Bureaucracy"
    • Thursday, November 15: Professor Erin O’Hara (Vanderbilt Law School)
      • "The Law Market
    • Thursday, November 29: Professor David Schmidtz (University of Arizona Department of Philosophy)
      • "The History of Liberty"
  • Summer 2007
    • Thursday, May 10: Robin Craig (Florida State University College of Law) 
      • "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)
      • "Fairness and Federalism in Taxation"
    • Thursday, May 24: Lesley Wexler (Florida State University College of Law)
      • "Regulating Resource Curses: Using Institutional Theory to Assess the Kimberly Process"
    • Thursday, May 31: Charlene Luke (Florida State University College of Law)

    • Thursday, June 7: Mark Brown (Florida State University College of Law)
      • "Qualified Immunity in the Eleventh Circuit: Is There Hope?"
    • Thursday, June 14: B.J. Priester (Florida State University College of Law)
      • "Antiterrorism Enforcement"
    • Tuesday, June 19: Visiting Professor Tamara Piety (Florida State University College of Law)
      • "Against Freedom of Commercial Expression"
    • Thursday, June 21: J.B. Ruhl (Florida State University College of Law)
      • "Climate Change and the Endangered Species Act"
    • Wednesday, June 27: Kelli Alces, (Florida State University College of Law)
      • "Strategic Governance"
  • Spring 2007
    • Thursday, January 11: Robert Hillman (Cornell University Law School) 
      • "Principles of the Law of Software Contracts"
    • Thursday, January 18: Leandra Lederman (Indiana University School of Law - Bloomington)
      • "Harnessing the " Invisible Hand" to Foster Tax Compliance"
    • Friday, January 26: Jane Ginsburg (Columbia Law School)
      • "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)
      • "Torts, Class Actions, Crime, Corporate Governance"
    • Thursday, February 8: John Goldberg (Vanderbilt University Law School)
      • "Tort Law and Moral Luck"
    • Monday, February 12: Andrew Klein, (Indiana University-Indianapolis)
      • "'Futures' Cases:  Liability for Increased Risk of Disease"
    • Thursday, February 15: Joanna Shepherd (Emory Law) 
      • "Crime, Death Penalty, Tort Reform"
    • Thursday, February 15: Gerald Postema (University of North Carolina School of Law)
      • "Custom in International Law: A Normative Practice Account"
    • Monday, February 19: Laura Rosenbury (Washington University School of Law)
      • "Friends With Benefits"
    • Thursday, February 22: Ellen Bublick (University of Arizona Rogers College of Law)
      • "Upside Down? Responsibility for Harm in the Post 9-11 Tort Reform World"
    • Thursday, February 22: Dino Falaschetti (Montana State Economics)
      • "Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Political Economy"
    • Thursday, March 1: Yair Listokin (Yale Law)
      • "Corporate Finance, Bankruptcy, Contracts"
    • Wednesday, March 14: Jerome Reichman (Duke University School of Law)
      • "Lillich Memorial Lecture"
    • Thursday, March 15: Scott Shapiro (University of Michigan Law School)
      • "What is Law (And Why Should We Care)?"
    • Thursday, March 15: Kate Litvak (Texas Law)
      • "Venture Capital, Corporate Finance, Comparative Corporate Law"
    • Thursday, March 22: Dan Ho (Stanford Law)
      • "Congressional Agency Control: The Impact of Statuatory Partisan Requirements on Regulation"
    • Thursday, March 22: Dan M. Kahan, (Yale Law)
      • "Two Conceptions of Emotion in Risk Regulation"
    • Wednesday, March 28: Daniel A. Farber (University of California, Berkeley of Law)
      • Distinguished Lecture in Environmental Law 
    • Thursday, March 29: Anne Joseph (University of California, Berkeley of Law (Wexler)
      • "Regulatory Agendas in Political Transitions"
    • Thursday, April 5: Albert Yoon (Northwestern Law University School of Law)
      • "Tort Reform, Education Law, Litigation"
    • Thursday, April 12: Michael Perry (Emory University School of Law)
      • "The Fourteenth Amendment's Mandate of Equal Citizenship"
    • Monday, April 16: Fred Gedicks (BYU)
  • Fall 2006
    • Thursday, August 31: Richard Nagareda (Vanderbilt University Law School)
      • "FDA Preemption: When Tort Law Meets the Administrative State"
    • Thursday, September 7: Mark Fenster (University of Florida, Levin College of Law)
      • "The Takings Clause, Version 2005: The Legal Process of Constitutional Property Rights"
    • Thursday, September 21: Margaret Howard (Washington & Lee University School of Law)
      • "Bankruptcy Bondage"
    • Monday, September 25: Dennis D. Hirsch (Capital University Law School)
      • "What Privacy Regulation Can Learn From Environmental Law"
    • Thursday, September 28: Kristin Madison (University of Pennsylvania School of Law)
      • "Regulating Health Care Quality in an Information Age"
    • Monday, October 9: Jan Neuman (Lewis & Clark Law School). 
      • Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law Distinguished Lecture 
    • Thursday, October 12: Myriam Gilles (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
      • "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)
      • "Size Matters: Regulating Nanotechnology"
    • Friday, October 20: Curtis Bradley (Duke University School of Law)
      • "Unratified Treaties, Domestic Politics, and the U.S. Constitution"
    • Friday, October 27: David Skeel (University of Pennsylvania School of Law)
      • "Who Writes 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)
      • "Getting Past Citizenship"
    • Tuesday, November 7: Amy J. Wildermuth (University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law)
      • "Connecting Landscapes: What Wildlife Crossings Might Teach Us About Boundaries"
    • Thursday, November 9: Carlos Vasquez (Georgetown University Law Center)
      • "Treaties as Law of the Land: Towards a Clear Statement Rule"
    • Friday, November 17: Peter N. Mirfield, (Jesus College, Oxford University)
    • Thursday, November 30: Maxine Eichner, (University of North Carolina School of Law)
      • "Family Matters: The Family-State Relationship and Our Liberal Democratic Ideals"
    • Thursday, August 31: Richard Nagareda (Vanderbilt University Law School)
      • "FDA Preemption: When Tort Law Meets the Administrative State"
    • Thursday, September 7: Mark Fenster (University of Florida, Levin College of Law)
      • "The Takings Clause, Version 2005: The Legal Process of Constitutional Property Rights"
    • Thursday, September 21: Margaret Howard (Washington & Lee University School of Law)
      • "Bankruptcy Bondage"
    • Monday, September 25: Dennis D. Hirsch (Capital University Law School)
      • "What Privacy Regulation Can Learn From Environmental Law"
    • Thursday, September 28: Kristin Madison (University of Pennsylvania School of Law)
      • "Regulating Health Care Quality in an Information Age"
    • Monday, October 9: Jan Neuman (Lewis & Clark Law School). 
      • Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law Distinguished Lecture 
    • Thursday, October 12: Myriam Gilles (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
      • "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)
      • "Size Matters: Regulating Nanotechnology"
    • Friday, October 20: Curtis Bradley (Duke University School of Law)
      • "Unratified Treaties, Domestic Politics, and the U.S. Constitution"
    • Friday, October 27: David Skeel (University of Pennsylvania School of Law)
      • "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)
      • "Getting Past Citizenship"
    • Tuesday, November 7: Amy J. Wildermuth (University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law)
      • "Connecting Landscapes: What Wildlife Crossings Might Teach Us About Boundaries"
    • Thursday, November 9: Carlos Vasquez (Georgetown University Law Center)
      • "Treaties as Law of the Land: Towards a Clear Statement Rule"
    • Friday, November 17: Peter N. Mirfield (Jesus College, Oxford University)

    • Thursday, November 30: Maxine Eichner (University of North Carolina School of Law)
      • "Family Matters: The Family-State Relationship and Our Liberal Democratic Ideals"
  • Summer 2006
    • Thursday, May 11: Jeffrey Staton (FSU Political Science Department)
      • "Substitutable Protections: Socioeconomic Vulnerabilities and Credible Commitment Devices"
    • Thursday, May 18: Jonathan Klick (FSU College of Law) 
      • "Incomplete Contracts and Opportunism in Franchising Agreements: The Role of Termination Clauses"
    • Thursday, May 25: Jim Rossi (FSU College of Law) 
      • "Reasons and Vertical Judicial Deference in Antitrust Law"
    • Thursday, June 1: Benjamin J. Priester (FSU College of Law)
      • "Sentencing “Similarly Situated” Offenders: Dealing with the Irreconcilable"
    • Thursday, June 8: Lesley Wexler (FSU College of Law) 
      • "Allowing Girls to Hold Up Half the Sky: Combing Norm Shifting and Economic Incentives to Combat Daughter Discrimination in China"
    • Tuesday, June 15: Erik Knutsen (Queen's University/ FSU College of Law) (visiting professor)
      • "A Principled Approach to Concurrent Causation in Insurance Cases"
    • Thursday, June 22: Dan Markel (FSU College of Law) 
      • "Luck or Law? The Constitutional Argument Against Indeterminate Sentencing Schemes"
    • Thursday, June 29: Lorelei Ritchie de Larena (FSU College of Law) 
      • "The Price of Progress: Are Universities Adding to the Cost?"
  • Spring 2006
    • Friday, January 13: Elizabeth Magill (University of Virginia School of Law)
      • "Agency Self-Regulation"
    • Thursday, January 19: Nancy Staudt (Washington University School of Law)
      • "Auditing the Court: Congressional Oversight of Supreme Court Decision-Making"
    • Thursday, January 23: Douglas Baird, (University of Chicago Law School)
      • "Private Debt and the Missing Lever of Corporate Governance"
    • Thursday, January 26: Charlene Luke (FSU College of Law)
      • "A Proposal for the (Non?) Taxation of Risk-Based Returns Inside Variable Insurance Products"
    • Thursday, February 2: Suzanna Sherry (Vanderbilt University Law School)
      • "The Heavens or the Abyss: Judicial Review and its Discontent"
    • Tuesday, February 7: Linda Malone (William & Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law)

    • Thursday, February 9: Bethany Berger (Wayne State University Law School)

    • Thursday, February 16: Elizabeth Trujillo (Detroit-Mercy)
      • "Like of Unlike? Resolving WTO Challenges to Domestic Regulation"
    • Thursday, February 23: Tracy Higgins (Fordham University)
      • "Regulatory Feminism"
    • Thursday, March 2: Jill Fisch (Fordham University School of Law) 
      • "The Bad Man Goes To Washington : The Effect of Political Influence on Corporate Duty"
    • Thursday, March 16: Robert Weisberg (Stanford Law School) 
      • "Defining Corruption Through White Collar Crime"
    • Monday, March 20: Douglas Kysar (Cornell Law School)
      • "It Might Have Been: Risk, Precaution, and Opportunity Cost"
    • Friday, March 24: Roberto Romano (Yale Law School) 
      • "The States as Laboratory:  Legal Innovation and State Competition for Corporate Charters"
    • Thursday, March 30: John Donohue (Yale Law School) 
      • "Uses and Abuses of Empirical Evidence in the Death Penalty Debate"
    • Thursday, April 6: Darryl Brown (Washington & Lee University)

    • Friday-Saturday, April 7-8: Symposium
      • "The Law and Policy of Ecosystem Management"
    • Tuesday, April 11: Ronald Wright (Wake Forest University School of Law)

    • Thursday, April 13: Barbara Fried (Stanford Law School)
      • "Contractarianism as the Site of Justice"
  • Fall 2005
    • Thursday, August 25: J.B. Ruhl (Florida State University College of Law) 
      • "Science, Policy, and Regulatory Peer Review"
    • Thursday, September 1: Anupam Chander (University of California, Davis School of Law)
      • "NetWork: The Law and Economics of Trade in Services"
    • Thursday, September 8: Brian Leiter, (University of Texas School of Law)
      • "Why Evolutionary Biology is (so far) Irrelevant to Law"
    • Tuesday, September 13: James Salzman (Duke Law School) 
      • "Thirst: The History and Policy of Drinking Water"
    • Thursday, September 22: Anthony Sebok (Brooklyn Law School) 
      • "Punitive Damages: From Myth to Theory"
    • Monday, September 26: Michael Vandenbergh, (Vanderbilt University Law School)
      • "Private Life of Public Law"
    • Thursday, September 29: Claire Finkelstein, (University of Pennsylvania School of Law)
      • "A Philosophical Argument Against the Death Penalty"
    • Monday, October 3: Christopher Peterson (University of Florida - Levin College of Law) 
      • "Predatory Lending and the Military: The Law and Geography of "Payday" Loans in Military Towns"
    • Monday, October 10: Nancy McLaughlin (University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law)
      • "Responding to Changed Conditions in the Conservation Easement Context"
    • Thursday, October 13: Catherine Sharkey (Columbia Law School)

    • Thursday, October 27: Thomas Main (McGeorge School of Law)
      • "Judicial Discretion to Condition"
    • Thursday, November 3: Paul Rubin (Emory University School of Law)

    • Monday, November 7: Alexandra Klass, (William Mitchell College of Law)
      • "Rediscovering the Common Law in the Age of the Federal Regulatory State"
    • Thursday, November 10: Rebecca Brown (Vanderbilt University Law School)
      • "The Art of Reading Lochner"
    • Thursday, November 29: Tom Tyler (New York University)
  • Summer 2005
    • Wednesday, May 11: Amitai Aviram (FSU)
      • "The Placebo Effect of Law"
    • Wednesday, May 18: Jonathan Klick (FSU) 
      • "FSU Diabetes Treatments and Moral Hazard"
    • Wednesday, May 25: Curtis Bridgeman (FSU)
      • New Formalism and Trade Usages in Contract Interpretation
    • Wednesday, June 1: Thomas Nadelhoffer (FSU)
      • "Bad Acts, Blameworthy Agents, and Intentional Actions: Some Problems for Jury Impartiality"
    • Monday, June 6: Cathy Jordan (University of Florida) 
      • "The Conundrum of Corporate Governance"
    • Monday, June 13: JJ Prescott (MIT Department of Economics)
      • "Measuring the Consequences of Jury Trial"
  • Spring 2005
    • Friday, January 14: Robert Cooter (University of California-Berkeley)
      • "Adapt or Optimize the Law? Psychology and Economics in the Legal Process"
    • Tuesday, January 25: Horacio Spector, (Torcuato Di Tella University, Buenos Aires, Argentina) 
      • "Philosophical Foundations of Labor Law"
    • Thursday, January 27: Seanna Shiffrin (UCLA)
      • "What's Wrong with Compelled Associations?" 
    • Thursday, February 3: Gregory Keating (University of Southern California)
      • "Abusing "Duty"
    • Thursday, February 10: Eric Helland (Claremont-McKenna) 
      • "Reputational Penalties and the Merits of Class Action Securities Litigation"
    • Thursday, February 17: The Honorable Bruce Selya, (U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit)
      • "Quo Vadis? Federal Criminal Sentencing after Booker and Fanfan"
    • Thursday, February 24: Lawrence Solum (University of San Diego School of Law)
      • "Virture Jurisprudence: An Aretaic Theory of Law"
    • Thursday, March 3: Nancy Staudt (Washington University-St. Louis)

    • Monday, March 14: Claire Finkelstein (University of Pennsylvania)

    • Thursday, March 17: Philip Alston (New York University School of Law)
      • "Judicial and Extrajudicial Executions: What the UN can and can't do to stop them"
    • Thursday, March 24: Jody Kraus (University of Virginia)

    • Fri.-Sat., March 25-26: Eric Maskin (Princeton)
      • Symposium on Default Rules in Private and Public Law
    • Thursday, March 31: William Marshall (University of North Carolina School of Law)
      • Presidential Transitions
    • Monday, April 4: Rob Fischman (University of Indiana-Bloomington)

    • Friday, April 8: Cynthia Ward, (William & Mary) 
      • "Punishing Children in the Criminal Law"
    • Thursday, April 14 — Lars Trägårdh (Columbia University)
      • "The Juridification of Politics in the United States and Europe: Historica Roots, Contemporary Debates and Future Prospects"
  • Fall 2004
    • Wednesday, August 25: Fernando Tesón (Florida State University College of Law) 
      • "Discourse Failure: A Philosophical Essay on Deliberation, Democracy and Consent."
    • Monday, August 30: Christopher Slobogin (University of Florida)
      • "Transaction Surveillance by the Government."
    • Friday, September 3: Darryll Jones (University of Pittsburgh)
      • "Partnership Mergers and Mixing Bowls."
    • Thursday, September 9: David Brennen (Mercer University School of Law)
      • "A Rationale for the Charitable Tax Exemption."
    • Friday, September 17: Jonathan Klick (Florida State University) 
      • "Court Congestion as an Explanation for Rising Attorney Fees," and "DataWatch Column."
    • Thursday, September 23: Edward McCaffery (University of Southern California)
      • "Shakedown at Gucci Gulch: A Tale of Death, Money & Taxes."
    • Thursday, September 30: Deborah Schenk (New York University School of Law)
      • "Optimal Deterrence and Corporate Tax Shelters."
    • Thursday, October 7: Bill Buzbee (Emory University School of Law) 
      • "Westway and the Challenges of Regulatory Fragmentation."
    • Thursday, October 14: Benjamin Zipursky (Fordham University Law School)
      • "BMW v. Gore: In praise of a New Chestnut."
    • Tuesday, October 19: Jonathan Adler (Case Western Reserve University)
      • "Wetland Federalism."
    • Thursday, October 28: Robin Craig (University of Indiana-Indianapolis) 
      • "The Stevens-Scalia Principle: Statutory Conversations and the Strict Plain Meaning Approach."
    • Friday, October 29Daniel Markovits (Yale Law School)
      • "The Morals and Politics of Adversary Lawyers"
    • Thursday, November 4Kathyrn Zeiler (Georgetown University Law Center)
      • "Common Law Disclosure Duties and the Sin of Omission: Testing the Meta-theories."
    • Wednesday, November 10Dan Tarlock, (Chicago-Kent College of Law)
      • "The Story of the Calvert Cliffs Case."
    • Thursday, November 18J.B. Ruhl (Florida State University College of Law)
      • "The Law and Policy of Ecosystem Services."
    • Tuesday, November 23: David Driesen (Syracuse University) 
      • "Cost-Benefit Analysis as a Neutral Principle."
    • Wednesday, December 1: Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich, (Florida State University School of Criminology)
      • "A Comparative Perspective on the Police Code of Silence."
  • Summer 2004
    • Thursday, May 13: B.J. Priester (FSU College of Law)
      • "Return of the Great Writ: Judicial Review of the Detention of Alleged Terrorists as Enemy Combatants."
    • Thursday, May 20: Jim Rossi (FSU College of Law)
      • "Deregulation and the Incomplete Regulatory Contract."
    • Thursday, May 27: Rob Atkinson (FSU College of Law)
      • "Connecting Business Ethics and Legal Ethics for the Common Good: Come, Let Us Reason Together."
    • Wednesday, June 2: Marie Reilly (University of South Carolina)
      • "The Bankruptcy Trustee's Power to Avoid Regulated Transfers After BFP v. Resolution Trust Corp."
    • Thursday, June 10Greg Mitchell (FSU College of Law)
      • "Unconfounding Intuitions about Corrective and Distributive Justice"
    • Thursday, June 17Charlene Luke (FSU College of Law)
      • "The Investor Control Doctrine: A Model for Limiting Tax-Advantaged Investment Transactions"
    • Thursday, June 24Mark Seidenfeld (FSU College of Law)
      • "Why Agencies Act: Rational, Psychological and Institutional Influences on Agency Decisions to Regulate" 
     
  • Spring 2004
    • Thursday, January 8Bob Keohane, Duke University Department of Political Science.

      • Topic: "Preventive War: A Cosmopolitan Institutional Proposal"

    • Tuesday, January 13Mitu Gulati, Georgetown University Law Center (short-course visiting professor at FSU).

      • Topic: "Who Would Win a Tournament of Judges?"

    • Friday, January 16Jeffrey Rosen, George Washington University Law Center.

      • Topic: "Balancing Liberty and Security in an Anxious Age." Topic: Epilogue.

    • Thursday, January 22Kimberly Krawiec, University of North Carolina School of Law (short-course visiting professor at FSU).

      • Topic: "The Penalty Default Canon." Topic: Abstract

    • Thursday, January 29Jennifer Mnookin, University of Virginia School of Law.

      • Topic: "Atomism, Holism and the Law of Evidence."

    • Tuesday, February 3Alyson Flournoy, University of Florida.

      • Topic: "Discovering Values in Regulation."

    • Thursday, February 5Scott Baker, University of North Carolina School of Law.

      • Topic: "The Partnership Penalty."

    • Friday, February 13Ronald Krotoszynski, Washington & Lee.

      • Topic: "The Nondelegation Doctrine Revisited: Universal Service and the Power to Tax."

    • Monday, February 16Dorothy Roberts, Northwestern Law School (Annual Mason Ladd Lecturer).

      • Topic: "Measuring the Social and Moral Cost of Mass Incarceration in African American Communities."

    • Tuesday, February 24: Lee Breckenridge, Northeastern University Law School (Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law Lecturer).

      • Topic: "Water Rights and Biological Integrity."

    • Thursday, March 4Bill Page, University of Florida.

      • Topic: "Economic Authority and the Limits of Expertise in Antitrust Cases." Topic:Abstract. Topic: Summary

    • Thursday, March 18Eric Posner, University of Chicago Law School.

      • Topic: "A Theory of International Adjudication."

    • Monday, March 22Eric Talley, University of Southern California Law Center.

      • Topic: "Experimental Study of Law."

    • March 26-27: Symposium: The Behavioral Analysis of Legal Institutions (Florida State University Law Review, coordinated by Professor Gregory Mitchell)

    • Monday, March 29Edward Beiser, Brown University.

      • Topic: "Informed Consent."

    • Thursday, April 1Randy Barnett, Boston University Law School.

      • Topic: "Lawrence v. Texas and Justice Kennedy's Libertarian Revolution"; and Chapter 10 of Restoring the Constitution.

    • Thursday, April 8Lynn Baker, University of Texas School of Law.

      • Topic: "Federalism and the Spending Power."

    • Wednesday, April 14Keith Sharfman, Rutgers-Newark Law School (visiting professor at FSU).

      • Topic: "Suing Derivatively on Behalf of a Bankruptcy Estate." 

  • Fall 2003
    • Tuesday, August 26J.B. Ruhl, FSU College of Law.
      • "Methodology and the Endangered Species Act."
    • Friday, September 5Stephanie Gore, FSU College of Law.
      • "Judicial(/Judicious) Use of Metaphors for New Technologies."
    • Monday, September 8: David Frisch, University of Richmond.
      • "Abstract Formalism v. Contextual Interpretation: Some Thoughts on Article 2 and UCC Methodology."
    • Wednesday, September 10: John Scholz, Epps Scholar, FSU Department of Political Science.
      • "Water Conflicts and Local Policy Networks."
    • Thursday, September 18: Kristen A. Adams, Stetson.
      • "Promise Enforcement: Can the Lessons of Hundertwasser and Rousseau Save Affordable Housing in the United States?."
    • Tuesday, September 23Lisa Heinzerling, Georgetown University Law Center.
      • "Priceless: Life, Health, Nature, and Other Stuff You Can't Buy." Chapter 4 Priceless: Of Knowing the Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing (with Frank Ackerman, forthcoming New Press, 2004); additional background from table of contents, chapter 1, and chapter 9.
    • Thursday, October 2Richard Hynes, William & Mary.
      • "Bankruptcy's Role in Debt Relief."
    • Tuesday, October 7Timothy Zinnecker, University of South Texas (visiting at FSU).
      • "Extending Enforcement Rights to Assignees of Lost, Destroyed, or Stolen Negotiable Instruments Under UCC Article 3: A Proposal For Reform."
    • Thursday-Friday, October 16-17Daniel Tarlock, Chicago-Kent College of Law (Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law Lecturer).
      • "Hyper-rationality in the Age of Chaos: The Case of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers."
    • Friday, October 24David Caron, University of California, Berkeley.
      • "Lessons from the United Nations Compensation Commission for Claims Arising Out of the 1990 Gulf War."
    • Thursday, October 30B.J. Priester, FSU College of Law.
      • "The Separation of Powers and the Constitutional Law of Sentencing."
    • Tuesday, November 4Daniel Cole, Indiana-Indianapolis.
      • "Regulatory Takings as Conflicts Between Private and Public Property Regimes."
    • Thursday, November 6Ahmed Taha, Wake Forest.
      • "Is Fox in the Henhouse? Empirical Evidence on Media Conglomerates and Bias in Movie Reviews."
    • Thursday, November 13Fernando Teson, FSU College of Law.
      • "Global Justice and Free Trade."
    • Thursday, November 20Nancy King, Vanderbilt.
      • "Felony Jury Sentencing in Practice: A Three-State Study."
    • Monday, November 24Michael Froomkin, University of Miami.
      • "The Uneasy Case for National ID Cards as a Means to Enhance Privacy."
    • Thursday, December 4Adrienne Davis, University of North Carolina.
      • "Re-thinking Slavery." Read Abstract, Read Paper.
  • Summer 2003
    • Monday, May 19Sandy D'Alemberte, FSU College of Law.
      • "The Medical School Preceptorship Model and Legal Education."
    • Tuesday, May 27Adam Hirsch, FSU College of Law.
      • "Stale Wills."
    • Monday, June 2: Sandy Miller, Widener School of Business Administration.
      • "A New Direction for LLC Research in a Contractarian Legal Environment."
    • Thursday, June 5Mark Seidenfeld, FSU College of Law.
      • "The Friendship of the People": Citizen Participation in Regulatory Enforcement.
    • Thursday, June 12Mary Crossley, FSU College of Law.
      • "Evenhanded Inequality: Reclaiming the Civil Rights Foundations of the ADA."
    • Monday, June 16Peter Kostant, University of Iowa.
      • "Fairness Norms and Corporate Governance."
    • Thursday, June 19Paul Caron, University of Cincinnati (visiting at FSU College of Law).
      • "Cultivating an Active Learning Environment in the Classroom." 
  • Spring 2003
    • Wednesday, January 8Guido Pincione (Professor of Philosophy, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires, FSU Simon Visiting Scholar)
      • "Market Rights and the Rule of Law."
    • Friday, January 17Barbara 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)
      • "Inclusion of Underrepresented Populations in Clinical Research: Balancing Benefits and Burdens,"
    • Friday, February 14Elena Kagan (Professor of Law, Harvard Law School)
      • "Presidential Constitutional Interpretation."
    • Thursday, February 20Saul Levmore (Dean and William B. Graham Professor of Law, University of Chicago)
      • "Citizen Warranties."
    • Thursday, February 27Richard McAdams (Professor of Law, University of Illinois)
      • "Testing the Focal Point Theory of Expressive Law: A Pilot Experiment."
    • Wednesday, March 5Alfred R. Mele (William H. and Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy, Florida State University)
      • "Acting Intentionally: Probing Folk Notions."
    • Thursday, March 20Fernando Teson (Professor and Tobias Simon Eminent Scholar, Florida State University)
      • "Kant, Intervention, and Trade: A Response to my European Critics."
    • Monday, March 24Jonathan Cohen (Associate Professor of Law, University of Florida)
      • "The Culture of Legal Denial."
    • Friday, March 28: Judge David Sentelle (U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit)
      • "Thoughts on the War Powers Resolution."
    • Monday, March 31Robert Hillman (Professor of Law, University of California at Davis)
      • "Organizational Choices of Professional Services Firms: An Empirical Study."
    • Friday, April 4Eric Orts (Professor of Legal Studies, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)
      • "What Is a Corporation?"
    • Wednesday, April 9: Marcus Cole (Associate Professor of Law, Stanford University)
      • "Limiting Liability Through Bankruptcy."