JLEP Ten-Year Anniversary Symposium and Third Annual Henry G. Manne Law and Economics Conference
The Journal of Law, Economics & Policy (JLEP) invites you to attend its ten-year anniversary symposium, The Unique Contributions of Armen Alchian, Robert Bork, and James Buchanan to the George Mason University School of Law, co-hosted by the Law & Economics Center (LEC) as the Third Annual Henry G. Manne Law and Economics Conference.
The event takes place on Friday, November 8, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Founders Hall on George Mason University's Arlington Campus at 3301 Fairfax Drive. The campus is served by Metro's Orange Line via the Virginia Square/GMU station.
This one-day symposium will reflect on the lives and works of three great scholars who contributed in significant ways to Law and Economics at George Mason University School of Law:
- Armen Alchian taught in the LEC's Economics Institutes for Judges and Law Professors for over 20 years.
- Robert Bork taught as an adjunct professor at the law school during its formative years.
- James Buchanan was instrumental in the hiring of Henry G. Manne as Dean of GMU School of Law in 1986 — the same year in which Buchanan was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science.
Meals are included.
Note: All guests must pre-register no later than November 5.
This conference is pending three (3) Virginia CLE Credits
Questions may be directed to JLEP Symposium Editor Kevin Hill at SymposiumJLEP@gmail.com.