March 3, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Columbia Law & Economics

Vikrant Vig (London Business), Securitization and Screening: Evidence from Subprime Mortgage Back Securities


Adrienne Davis (Virgina Law), Slavert & Shadow Families: Re-Thinking Miscegenation Regulation Through the Lens of Castle


Randy Picker (Chicago Law)


Ian Ayres (Yale Law), Buying Stock on Margin Can Reduce Retirement Risk

Harvard International Law

Robert Hornik (Penn Communication)


Rob Vischer (St. Thomas (MN) Law)

Penn Law & Philosophy

Christopher Kutz (UC Berkeley Law), Against Political Luck

Queen’s Law

Sheryll Cashin (Georgetown Law), Race, Class and the American Dream


Rebecca Tushnet (Georgetown Law), Power Without Responsibility: Intermediaries and the First Amendment

St. John’s

Rebecca M. Bratspies (CUNY Law), The Need for Trust in Regulatory Systems


Sonia Katyal (Fordham Law), Intellectual Property


Anthony J. Sebok (Brooklyn Law), The Inauthentic Claim


Laura Beny (Michigan Law)

David Harvey (CUNY Anthropology), From Capital Surplus to Accumulation by Dispossession

UC Berkeley Bag Lunch

Elizabeth Chambliss (New York Law School), When Do Facts Persuade? Some Thoughts on the Market for ‘Empirical Legal Studies’

UCLA Mondays

Austen Parrish (Southwestern Law), Reclaiming International Law from Extraterritoriality

USC Law, Economics and Organization

Edward R. Morrison (Columbia Law), Creditor Control and Conflict in Chapter 11

Washington University in St. Louis

Nestor Davidson (Colorado Law)

Yale Corporate Law

Eleazer Klein (Schulte Roth & Zabel), Current Issues in Private Placement: A Case Study