Law and Economics Colloquium

Credit Hours: 2

This is an advanced course that will bring together outside scholars, resident faculty, and Scalia Law students for discussion of cutting-edge research papers in the law and economics tradition. Approximately two of every three weeks will feature a leading scholar presenting a paper growing out of his or her research in the law and economics tradition. On weeks for which there is no outside speaker, the seminar will meet to review prior workshops and to discuss papers to be presented in later sessions. Students must write short critiques of the papers and are expected to engage in the discussion. The critiques are due at the beginning of each workshop. JD students who have taken the course once may enroll a second time because course content changes semester to semester.