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Accidental Economist: An interview with Nobel Laureate Ronald H. Coase

Interview with 101-year-old Ronald H. Coase, renowned University of Chicago Law School professor and winner of the 1991 Nobel Prize in economics, discussing his career path.

Information Privacy: A Fireside Chat with FTC Commissioner Julie Brill

Date: 
04.26.2012
Location: 
Room II

Julie Brill, a Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, will participate in a fireside chat with Professors Randal Picker and Lior Strahilevitz on Thursday, April 26, 2012, at 4:00 pm in Room II of the University of Chicago Law School.

Faculty: 
Randal C. Picker
Faculty: 
Lior Strahilevitz

How China Became Capitalist: A Conversation Between Ronald H. Coase and Ning Wang

How China Became Capitalist is a new book by renowned University of Chicago Law School economist and Nobel laureate Ronald Coase and Ning Wang, an assistant professor at Arizona State University's School of Politics and Global Studies.

Law and Economics Lunch Series: Tom Ginsburg and Richard McAdams, "An Economic Interpretation of the Pashtunwalli"

Date: 
04.25.2012
Location: 
V

Join Tom Ginsburg and Richard McAdams for a lively discussion of Ginsburg’s “An Economic Interpretation of the Pashtunwalli.”

This free lecture/lunch is the first in a series sponsored by the Institute for Law and Economics.

Faculty: 
Tom Ginsburg
Faculty: 
Richard H. McAdams

Bigelow Practical Writing Series: The Role of the Transactional Attorney in the Drafting Process

Date: 
04.19.2012
Location: 
Room II

More than a scribe, a transactional attorney is expected to bring value to the drafting table.  Join Allison Satyr (Sidley Austin LLP Partner, Banking & Financial Transactions) and Michael Bloom (Lecturer in Law and Executive Director of the Corporate Lab) for lunch and a discussion about the expectations for transactional attorneys—from senior partners to junior associates—and the way

Bigelow Practical Writing Presentation: Cross-Examination Outlines

Date: 
04.03.2012
Location: 
Room I

Guest presenter Katherine M. Swift will talk about writing outlines for cross-examinations.  A 2006 graduate of the Law School, she is currently an associate at Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP.  Ms. Swift has also clerked on Seventh Circuit for Judge Richard D. Cudahy and the Northern District of Illinois for Judge Mark R. Filip.

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