Other events

Chief Judge Easterbrook on Effective Oral Advocacy

Date: 
05.08.2012
Location: 
Auditorium

Chief Judge Frank Easterbrook of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit will share his tips for effective oral advocacy to prepare the first-year class for oral arguments.  This event is mandatory for all 1L students. 

Graduating Students Casino Game Night

Date: 
05.02.2012
Location: 
South Green Lounge

Graduating Students: 

Ronald H. Coase: On Economics

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 approach to economics.

Transactional Practice and the Corporate Lab: An Information Session

Date: 
05.08.2012
Location: 
Room III

Please join the Corporate Lab and its esteemed guests to learn about transactional practice, how in-house and law-firm practice compare, and the early advantage the Corporate Lab presents students to develop experience, skills, and opportunities now. First-year law students are especially encouraged to attend.  

Faculty: 
David Zarfes
Faculty: 
Sean Z. Kramer

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.

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