Larry E. Ribstein Law & Economics Workshop Series 

Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m.

September 5 (Room 215) -Urska Velikonja, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center; Public Enforcement After Kokesh: Evidence from SEC Actions.

September 19 (Room 215) – Anthony Niblett, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Law, Economics, & Innovation, University of Toronto Faculty of Law; Litigation Prediction.

October 3  (Room 221) – Leo Katz, Frank Carano Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Circumvention of Law and the Hidden Logic Behind It.

October 10 (Room 215) –  Albert Choi, Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School; Reverse Break-up Fees and Antitrust Approval.

October 17 (Room 215) – Daniel Klerman, Edward G. Lewis Chair in Law and History, and Director, Center of Law & Social Science, University of Southern California, School of Law; Legal Origin from Outer Space.  

October 24 (Room 215) – Amanda Agan, Assistant Professor of Economics, Rutgers School of Arts & Sciences; The Minimum Wage, EITC, and Criminal Recidivism.

November 7  (Room 121) - Jon Klick, Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School; The Costs of Critical Habitat – The Case of Arizona’s Pygmy Owl.  

November 14 (Room 215) – Colleen Honigsberg, Associate Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Deleting Misconduct: The Expungement of BrokerCheck Records.

Faculty Workshops

Noon to 1:15 p.m.

Tuesday, August 27 (Room 215) –Maureen Brady, Assistant Professor of Law, Harvard Law School;  Property and Projection.

Wednesday, September 11 (Room 215) – Eleanor Marie Brown, Professor of Law and International Affairs, Associate Dean for External Affairs and Corporate Partnerships, Senior Scientist, Rock Ethics Institute, Pennsylvania State University; topic to be advised at a later date.

Thursday, September 26 (Room 215) – Richard Albert, Williams Stamps Farish Professor of Law, University of Texas at Austin; The Case for Presidential Illegality in Constitutional Amendment.   

Tuesday, October 15 (Room 215) - Steven Smith, Warren Distinguished Professor of Law; Co-Executive Director, Institute for Law & Religion; Co-Executive Director, Institute for Law & Philosophy; Fictional Authority and the Problem of Constitutional Interpretation.   

Monday, November 4 (Room 215) - Barry Adler, Bernard Petrie Professor of Law and Business, New York University School of Law; The Advantage of Auction Over Contract in Multiple-Stage Investment Projects.

Tuesday, November 19 (Room 215) - Ryan Williams, Assistant Professor of Law, Boston College Law School; Lower Court Originalism.

Levy Workshops

Tuesdays from noon to 1:15 p.m. 

October 8 (Room 329) - Michael Greve, Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University; Why We Need Administrative Courts.

October 29 (Room 215) - Mariana Pargendler, Stephen and Barbara Friedman Visiting Professor of Law, Columbia Law School, Professor of Law, FGV Law School (São Paulo)Veil Peeking: The Corporation as a Nexus for Regulation.

November 12 (Room 215) - Robert Leider, Assistant Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University; Federalism and the Military Power of the United States.