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William H. J. Hubbard : Presentations

“The Paradoxes, Real and Imagined, of Twombly and Iqbal.” Law, Behavior, and Social Science Colloquium. University of Illinois Law School (April 22, 2013).

“An Empirical Study of the Effect of Shady Grove v. Allstate on Forum Shopping in the New York Courts.” Colloquium on Erie Railroad v. Tompkins. Ted Frank, Discussant. American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC (March 12, 2013).

“The Paradoxes, Real and Imagined, of Twombly and Iqbal.” Sidebar: Conversations with Judges Workshop. Hon. Gary Feinerman, Discussant. University of Chicago Law School (February 6, 2013).

“Two Models of Pleading.” Northwestern University Law and Economics Colloquium (November 29, 2012).

“Another Look at the Eurobarometer Contract Law Survey Data.” European Contract Law: A Law-and-Economics Perspective. University of Chicago Law School and the Institute for Law and Economics (April 27, 2012).

“Hearing on the Costs and Burdens of Civil Discovery.” Testimony to the United States House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Constitution (December 13, 2011).

“Too Big Not to Fail?” The 22nd Annual DePaul Law Review Symposium: Class Action Rollback? Wal-Mart v. Dukes and the Future of Class Action Litigation. DePaul University College of Law (February 24, 2012).

“The Problem of Measuring Legal Change, with Application to Bell Atlantic v. Twombly.”Law and Economics Seminar, Harvard Law School (January 31, 2012).

“The Problem of Measuring Legal Change, with Application to Bell Atlantic v. Twombly.” Center on Law, Economics, and Organization Workshop, USC Gould School of Law (October 17, 2011).

 “The Market for College Graduates and the Worldwide Boom in Higher Education of Women.” New Directions in the Economic Analysis of Human Capital, American Economic Association Annual Meetings (January 2010).

“The Phantom Gender Difference in the College Wage Premium.” Workshop in Applications of Economics, University of Chicago Economics Department (March 2009).