See: Faculty Workshop Schedule Spring 2017

Faculty Workshop

Noon – 1:00 p.m., Room 221

September 6 – Yuliya Guseva, Rutgers School of Law - Newark - Extraterritoriality of Securities Law Redux: Litigation and Public Enforcement Five Years After Morrison v. Nab

September 20 – William Baude, University of Chicago Law School - Is Qualified Immunity Unlawful?

September 27 – Peter Molk, Willamette University College of Law - TBA

October 4 – Colleen Baker, Notre Dame Law School - Clearinghouse Ownership Structure, Recovery and Resolution

October 18 – Jeffrey Pojanowski, Notre Dame Law School - Without Deference

October 25 – Daniel Hemel, University of Chicago Law School - Federalism as a Safeguard of Progressive Taxation

November 8 – Christopher Walker, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law - Legislating in the Shadows

November 3 (Room 215) - Adi Leibovitch, Academic Fellow, Columbia Law School - Punishing on a Curve

November 14 (Room 215) - Franita Tolson, Betty T. Ferguson Professor of Voting Rights, Florida State University College of Law - What Is Abridgment?: A Critique Of Two Section Twos

November 30 (Room 121) - Ben Grunwald, Bigelow Teaching Fellow, University of Chicago Law School - The Fragile Promise of Open-File Discovery

December 6 (Room 215) - Daniel Schaffa, Institute for Social Research - The Welfare Impact of Corporate Tax Privacy

December 8 (Room TBD) - Paolo Saguato, Research Fellow, Institute of International Economic Law, Georgetown Law Center - When “Skin in the Game” is not Enough: the Re-mutualization of Systemically Important Financial Market Infrastructures

December 13 (Room TBD) - Megan Stevenson, Quattrone Center Fellow, University of Pennsylvania Law School - TBA

Law & Economics Colloquium

Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:15 p.m., Room 221

August 25 - Jonah B. Gelbach, University of Pennsylvania Law School - After Halliburton: Event Studies and Their Role in Federal Securities Fraud Litigation. Current draft available at:

September 8 - Justin McCrary, University of California, Berkeley School of Law - How Rigged Are Stock Markets? Evidence from Microsecond Timestamps.  Current draft available at:

September 15 – Veronica A. Santarosa, University of Michigan Law School - Financial Intermediation Before Modern Deposit Banks: Evidence from a Brokerage Law Reform in Eighteenth-Century Marseille.

September 29 – Ginger Zhe Jin, Director, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission, on leave from the University of Maryland Department of Economics - Incomplete Disclosure: Evidence of Signaling and Countersignaling

October 13 - Brian D. Galle, Georgetown University Law Center - Valuing the Right to Sue: An Empirical Examination of Nonprofit Agency Costs. Current draft available at

October 27 – James J. Prescott, University of Michigan Law School - Noncompetes and Employee Mobility

November 10 - C. Scott Hemphill, NYU Law School - The Scope of Strong Marks: Should Trademark Law Protect the Strong More Than the Weak?

November 17 - Eric A. Helland, Claremont-McKenna College Department of Economics - TBA

Levy Workshop

Thursdays, Noon - 1:15 p.m., Room 412

September 1 - David Bernstein, Scalia Law School, George Mason University The Due Process Right to Pursue a Lawful Occupation: A Brighter Future Ahead?