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Lior Strahilevitz : Presentations

Selected Presentations

  • Social Networks, Social Norms, and Behavioral Analysis, 2013 Coase-Sandor Institute Summer School in Law and Economics: New Tools in Law and Economics (July 2013) (ten hour intensive course for foreign scholars interested in law and economics).
  • Personalizing Default Rules and Disclosure with Big Data, Privacy Law Scholars Conference (June 2013), Northwestern Business School (May 2013), University of Chicago Law School (February 2013).
  • Toward a Positive Theory of Privacy Law, Harvard University Law School (November 2012)
  • Is Crowdsourcing Overrated? A Traffic Safety Field Experiment, University of Virginia Law School (October 2012), University of Chicago Law School (September 2012).
  • The Economics of Privacy, University of Colorado Law School Silicon Flatirons Conference (December 2011).
  • Absolute Preferences and Relative Preferences in Property Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School (November 2011), University of Texas Law School (April 2012).
  • Judicial Takings or Due Process?, University of Pennsylvania Law School (February 2011), University of Minnesota Law School (March 2011), Case Western Law School (March 2011), Loyola-Chicago Law School (April 2011), University of Chicago Law School (April 2011).
  • Reunifying Privacy Law, Cornell Law School (September 2010), Privacy Law Scholars Conference at George Washington University (June 2010), University of Chicago Law School (April 2010), University of California, Berkeley Conference on Prosser at Fifty (January 2010).
  • Comparative Regulatory Approaches to Protecting Consumer Privacy, Second Annual Public Policy Conference for State Attorneys General, Northwestern University (May 2010).
  • Addressing Sensitive Information, Federal Trade Commission Privacy Roundtable (March 2010).
  • Collective Privacy, N.Y.U. Law School Conference on Federal Privacy Legislation, October 2009.
  • The Right to Abandon, University of Chicago Law School (October 2008), University of California-Davis Law School (March 2009), Washington University Law School (April 2009), Property Works in Progress Conference – University of Colorado Law School (June 2009).
  • Reciprocal Privacy, Privacy, Speech, and the Internet Conference at University of Chicago (November 2008).
  • Reputation Nation: Law in an Era of Ubiquitous Personal Information, Northwestern University (April 2007), University of Chicago Law School (May 2007), Columbia Law School (October 2007), UCLA Law School (Nov. 2007), American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting (May 2008), Yale Law School (September 2008).
  • Information, Technology, and Privacy: What’s Next?, American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (January 2007).
  • Symmetrical Privacy, Microsoft Corporation (April 2006), Boalt Hall, University of California Law School (Nov. 2006).
  • Social Network Theory and Speech Regulation, University of Illinois Conference on Law and Networks (March 2006).
  • “How’s My Driving?” for Everyone (and Everything?), University of Chicago Law School (Mar. 2006).
  • The Coase Lecture, Information Asymmetries and the Rights to Exclude, University of Chicago Law School (Jan. 2006).
  • Information Asymmetries and the Rights to Exclude, Notre Dame Law School (Oct. 2005), and Midwestern Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting (October 2005).
  • Exclusionary Amenities in Residential Communities, University of Virginia Law and Economics Workshop (April 2005), University of San Diego Law School (Sep. 2005), George Washington University (Oct. 2005), NYU Law School Colloquium on the Law, Economics, and Politics of Urban Affairs (Feb. 2006).
  • A Social Networks Theory of Privacy, University of Michigan Cyberlaw and Economics Workshop (Feb. 2005), University of Toronto Law and Economics Workshop (Feb. 2005), Fordham Law School Intellectual Property & Privacy Symposium (April 2005), American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting (May 2005), Law & Society Association Annual Meeting (May 2004).
  • A Network Theory of the Privacy Torts, The Right to Destroy, The Future of Peer-to-Peer File Swapping: Explaining Anomalies in Peer-to-Peer, Seton Hall Law School (April 2004).
  • Privacy and Consent in Lawrence v. Texas, DePaul Law School (March 2004).
  • The Right to Destroy, American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting (May 2004), University of Chicago Law School, The Emeritus Luncheon (June 2003).