Faculty Workshops

Spring 2011 - Archive

January 21, 2011
Olufunmilayo Arewa, Associate Professor of Law, Northwestern University Law School
Writing Rights: Performance, Composition, and Copyright’s Visual Bias
January 25, 2011
Jonathan Simon, Adrian A. Kragen Professor of Law, University of California-Berkeley School of Law
"Dignity and Risk: The Long Road from Graham v. Sullivan to the Abolition of Life Without Parole"
January 28, 2011
Robert Garda, Associate Professor of Law, Loyola-New Orleans College of Law
The White Interests in Integration
February 8, 2011
Edward Fallone, Associate Professor of Law, Marquette University Law School
Charters, Compacts and Tea Parties
February 14, 2011
Adam Mossoff, Professor of Law, George Mason School of Law
Saving Locke from Marx: Two Concepts of Value in IP Theory
February 18, 2011
Brian Sheppard, Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School
Measuring Constraint: Using Behavioral Experimentation to Improve Our Understanding of How Law Changes Judging
February 28, 2011
Marisa Cianciarulo, Associate Professor of Law, Chapman University School of Law
Refugee Protection for Battered Women: It’s Nothing Personal
March 8, 2011
Matt Mitten, Professor of Law, Director of the National Sports Law Institute, Marquette University Law School
“Sports Law”: Implications for the Development of International, Comparative, and National Law and Global Dispute Resolution
March 22, 2011
Thomas Metzloff, Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law
Revisiting Romer v. Evans: Democracy, Equal Protection and Gay Rights
April 4, 2011
Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Professor of Law, Charles M. and Marion J. Kierscht Scholar Iowa College of Law
According to Our Hearts: Lessons on Race, Family, and Law from Rhinelander v. Rhinelander
April 12, 2011
Adam Kurland, Professor of Law, Howard University School of Law
The Prosecution of Michael Vick: Of Dog Fighting, Depravity, Dual Sovereignty, and “A Clockwork Orange”
April 19, 2011
James Viator, Adam & Reese Distinguished Professor of Law Loyola-New Orleans College of Law The ABC’s of a Tournament of Search-and-Seizure Scholars: Akhil Reed Amar, William J. Cuddihy, and Thomas Y. Davies on the Original Understanding of the Fourth Amendment