Saul Levmore : Presentations
"The Couple Ex Ante / Ex Post in the Economic Regulation Theories." Conference on "Ex Ante versus Ex Post", Sciences Po, Les Echos, Le Quotidien de L'Economie, March 2005.
"Citizen Warranties (When Governments and Laws Appeal to Mere Majorities)." Mason Ladd Lecture, Plorida State University, February 2003.
"Property's Uneasy Future (and Past)." Eleventh Annual John M. Olin Public Lecture in Law and Economics, Canadian Law and Economics Association Conference, University of Toronto, September 2002.
"More Than Mere Majorities." Leary–National Order of the Coif Lecture, University of Utah Law School, November 2000.
"Social Norms for Difficult Law." Conference on the Legal Construction of Social Norms, Unversity of Virginia, February 2000 (comment and paper).
"Speculating Law: Beyond Cigarettes and Swiss Banks." Daniel Meador Lecture, University of Alabama Law School, February 2000.
"Carrots and Torts." Coase Lecture, University of Chicago Law School, February 1999.
"Is Paying Research Subjects Ethical?" Ethics Grand Rounds Lecture, National Institutes of Health, April 1999.
"Fables, Sagas, and Laws." Paulus Lecture, Willamette University College of Law, February 1997.
"Fairness, Efficiency, Conspiracy." Levine Lecture, Fordham Law School, October 1997.
"Unsuitable Bargains." Distinguished Visitor Lecture, Boston University Law School, March 1996.
"The Allure of Love-It-or-Leave-It Rules." Enlund Colloquium Lecture, Depaul University College of Law, March 1995.
"Attention Spans and Due Process." Commencement Address, Chicago-Kent College of Law, June 1995 (Honorary LLD).
"Democracy and Disasters." Centennial Visitor Lecture, Chicago-Kent College of Law, September 1994.
"Just Compensation and Just Politics." Day, Berry, and Howard Visiting Scholar Lecture, University of Connecticut School of Law, September 1989.
"Breach as Mistake." Works-in-Progress Series, University of Chicago Law School.
"Voting with Intensity." Georgetown University Law Center (also presented at Faculty Workshops at the Unversity of Texas and University of California–San Diego Law Schools and as a Work-in-Progress at the University of Chicago Law School).