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Lisa Bernstein : Presentations

American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting 2013, Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy

Oxford Business School, Reputation Symposium 2012, Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy (September 2012)
 
Canadian Law and Economics Association, Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy  (September 2012)
Boalt Hall (Berkeley), Conference on Mel Eisenberg’s Contracts Book, Commentator on Interpretation
University of Virginia Law and Economics Workshop, Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy  (Spring 2012)
University College London, Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of Contract Law, Merchant Law for a Modern Economy (Spring 2012)

Comment: The Merchant Promise as Contract, Northeastern Law School, Contract As Promise Symposium (2011).

Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy, Empirical Legal Studies Conference (2011).

Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy, Ramat Gan College of Law and Business (2011).

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty Workshop, Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy, (2011).

Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy Hebrew University International Contracts Conference (2011).

Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy, Georgetown Contract as Promise Workshop (2011).

A Workshop on Workshops, Haifa University Law School (2011) (with Robin Effron).

Trade Usage in the Courts: The Flawed Evidentiary Basis of Article 2’s Incorporation Strategy, University of Iowa Faculty Workshop (2011).

Custom in The Courts: The Flawed Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, Tel  Aviv University Law and Economics Workshop (December, 2010).

Custom in The Courts: The Flawed Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty Workshop (December, 2010).

The Limits of Private Ordering, Tilberg University Law and Economics Center (October, 2010).

A Comment on Voight, Tilburg University Law and Economics Center (October, 2010).

Diamonds, University of Utrect Department of History (February, 2010).

Creating Cooperation: Private Commercial Law in the Cotton Industry, Yale Faculty Workshop (March, 2001).

Commentator, University of Pennsylvania conference on Norms and Corporate Governance (November, 2000).

Private Commercial Law in the Cotton Industry: Creating Cooperation through Rules, Norms and Institutions, American Bar Foundation Workshop (2001).

Private Commercial Law in the Cotton Industry: Creating Cooperation through Rules, Norms and Institutions, Yale Faculty Workshop (2001).

On Compensation and Information: The Secrecy Interest in Contract Law, Michigan Law and Economics Workshop, (February 2000).

The Cost of Compensation: Revisiting Expectation Damages in Repeat Play Contexts, Canadian Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, with Omri Ben Shahar, (September, 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, (May, 1999).

Revisiting Expectation Damages in Repeat Play Contexts, American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, with Omri Ben Shahar, (May 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, (May 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, University of Virginia Faculty Workshop, (April 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, Columbia Law School, Law and Economics Workshop, (April 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, University of California at Berkeley Law and Economics Workshop, (April 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, University of Montreal, (March 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, Harvard Law School, Law and Economics Workshop, (March 1999)

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, University of Chicago Law School, Symposium: Legal Formalism Revisited, (February 1999).

The Questionable Empirical Basis of Article 2's Incorporation Strategy, Northwestern University Law School, Symposium on the Work of Ian MacNeil, (January 1999).

Private Commercial Law in the Cotton Industry: Value Creation Through Rules, Norms, and Institutions, ISNIE Conference, (September 1998).

Vanderbilt Law School, Faculty Workshop, Private Commercial Law, (April, 1998).

Private Commercial Law in the Cotton Industry: Value Creation Through Rules, Norms, and Institutions, University of Michigan Law and Economics Workshop, (March, 1998).

Private Commercial Law in the Cotton Industry: Value Creation Through Rules, Norms, and Institutions, American Law and Economics Association, 1997 Annual Meeting, Panel on Norms, (May, 1997).

Private Commercial Law in the United States, Tel Aviv University Conference on Contracts and Intermediation, (January, 1997).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, Tel Aviv University Law and Economics Workshop, (December, 1996).

Private Commercial Law in the United States, Hebrew University Faculty Workshop, (December, 1996).

Discussant, George Mason University Law School Conference on formalism and freedom of contract, (November, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, Quinnipiac College of Law, Faculty Workshop, (October, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, Canadian Law and Economics Association Annual Meetings, (September, 1996)

Discussant, European Law and Economics Association, (August, 1996)

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, European Law and Economics Association, (August, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, American Law and Economics Association Annual Meetings, Panel on Contracts, (May, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, American Bar Foundation Workshop, (May, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, Northwestern University School of Law, Faculty Workshop, (May, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, Harvard University Law School, Faculty Workshop, (April, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, Yale Law School, Law, Economics & Organization Workshop, (March, 1996).

Merchant Law in a Merchant Court: Rethinking the Code's Search for Immanent Business Norms, New York University Law School, Faculty Workshop, (February, 1996).

Merchant Law and Merchant Reality: Private Commercial Law in the Grain and Feed Industry, Harvard University Law School, Law and Economics Workshop, (February, 1996).

Merchant Law and Merchant Reality: Private Commercial Law in the Grain and Feed Industry, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Symposium on Law, Economics and Social Norms, (February, 1996).

Default Rules Analysis and the Teaching of Contracts, Association of American Law Schools, Annual Meeting, (January, 1996).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, Association of American Law Schools, Annual Meeting, (January, 1996).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, University of California at Berkeley, Law, Economics and Organization Workshop, (November, 1995).

Merchant Law and Merchant Reality: Private Commercial Law in the Grain and Feed Industry, Georgetown University Law Center, Law and Economics Workshop, (November, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, Stanford University Law School, Law and Economics Workshop, (October, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, American Law and Economics Association, Panel on Law, Economics and Sociology, (May, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, Boston University School of Law, Faculty Workshop, (April, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, George Mason University, Faculty Workshop, (April, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, University of Toronto, Law and Economics Workshop, (March, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, Columbia University School of Law, Law and Economics Workshop, (March, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Legal Studies Workshop, (February, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, University of Chicago School of Law, Law and Economics Workshop, (February, 1995).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, University of Michigan Law School, Law and Economics Workshop, (December, 1994).

The New Law Merchant: Private Commercial Law in the United States, IIT-Chicago Kent School of Law, (December, 1994).

The Silicon Valley Lawyer as Transaction Costs Engineer, University of Oregon, Symposium on Business Transactions, (November, 1994).

Commentator, Georgetown University Law Center, Olin Foundation Conference on Litigation Reform, (October, 1994).

An Economic Analysis of Mary Carter Type Settlement Contracts (with Daniel Klerman), Georgetown University Law Center, Law and Economics Workshop, (September, 1994).

An Economic Analysis of Mary Carter Type Settlement Contracts (with Daniel Klerman), American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, (May, 1994).

Comment: The Hired Gun as Transaction Cost Engineer, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Conference on Emerging Trends in Business Disputing, (November, 1993).

Understanding the Limits of Court-Annexed ADR: A Critique of Federal Court-Annexed Arbitration Programs, Georgetown University Law Center, Law and Economics Workshop, (September, 1993).

An Economic Analysis of Federal Court-Annexed Arbitration, American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, (April, 1993).

Social Norms, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Default Rules Analysis: A Reply to Feinman, University of Southern California Law Center, Symposium on Default Rules and Contractual Consent, (March, 1993).

The Use of Wisemen in Negotiation: A Comment on Sebanius, Stanford University Law School, Conference: Theoretical Approaches to Disputing, (February, 1993).

An Economic Analysis of Federal Court-Annexed Arbitration, Stanford University Law School, Workshop on the Legal Profession, (February, 1993).

An Economic Analysis of Federal Court-Annexed Arbitration, Harvard Law School Law and Economics Workshop, (October, 1992).

An Economic Analysis of Federal Court-Annexed Arbitration, Emory University Law School Faculty Colloquium, (September, 1992).