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Events elsewhere featuring Law School faculty

Rules for a Flat World

Date: 
11.07.2016
Location: 
Seminary Co-op Bookstore, 5751 S. Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, IL
Contact info (email or phone): 

https://www.semcoop.com

Gillian K. Hadfield, Daniel R. Fischel and Sylvia M. Neil Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School, discusses Rules for a Flat World: Why Humans Invented Law & How to Reinvent It for a Complex Global Economy. She will be joined in conversation by James Robinson.

Faculty: 
Gillian K. Hadfield

Acknowledging the Realities: Youth/Police Encounters on Chicago's South Side, featuring Professor Craig Futterman

Date: 
10.13.2016
Location: 
Harper Memorial Library, Room 140

Please join the University of Chicago Undergraduate Law Review on October 13th in HM 140 at 6:00pm for our Autumn guest speaker event, "Acknowledging the Realities: Youth/Police Encounters on Chicago's South Side."

Faculty: 
Craig B. Futterman

Craig Futterman at Chicago Ideas Week - Policing: Force of the Future

Date: 
10.18.2016
Location: 
Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Contact info (email or phone): 

312-906-7419

Over the last three years, the state of our country’s police force has become a national discussion. Now that cell phones double as a video cameras, incidents of violence perpetrated by police officers has become a regular part of our national conversation.

Faculty: 
Craig B. Futterman

Laura Weinrib, "The Taming of Free Speech" at Seminary Co-op

Date: 
10.06.2016
Location: 
The Seminary Co-op
Contact info (email or phone): 

773.752.4381 // info@semcoop.com

Laura Weinrib discusses The Taming of Free Speech: America's Civil Liberties Compromise at the Co-op.

Faculty: 
Laura Weinrib

Webcast: Geoffrey R. Stone's Aims of Education Address

Date: 
09.22.2016
Location: 
Webcast

John W. Boyer, Dean of the College, will introduce the speaker, Geof Stone, Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law. The Aims of Education Address is a celebrated tradition where a faculty member addresses the entering class on the unique aims of liberal education at the University.

Faculty: 
Geoffrey R. Stone

Searching for Fair Housing (Lee Fennell at MIT)

Date: 
09.13.2016

Searching for Fair Housing with Guest: Lee Fennell, University of Chicago School of Law and Discussant: Bill Fischel, Dartmouth Economics

Faculty: 
Lee Fennell

Hamilton Lecture with Ken Warren and Alison LaCroix

Date: 
10.16.2016
Location: 
Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts
Contact info (email or phone): 

773-702-2787

The Tony award winning production of Hamilton is the story of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary.

Faculty: 
Alison L. LaCroix

Laura Weinrib: "The Taming of Free Speech: America's Civil Liberties Compromise"

Date: 
09.21.2016
Location: 
National Archives Museum, Washington, D.C.
Contact info (email or phone): 

202-357-5946

In the early decades of the 20th century, business leaders condemned civil liberties as masks for subversive activity, while labor sympathizers denounced the courts as shills for industrial interests.

Faculty: 
Laura Weinrib

Chicago First Monday Luncheon

Date: 
10.05.2016
Location: 
The University Club of Chicago, 76 E. Monroe Street, Chicago, IL 60603
Contact info (email or phone): 

Please contact Maggie Mahoney at mjmahoney@uchicago.edu with any questions.

Please join Dean Thomas J. Miles at the annual First Monday Luncheon to hear Law School faculty discuss their insight and opinions on upcoming United States Supreme Court cases and the issues currently facing the Court.

New York City First Monday Luncheon

Date: 
09.13.2016
Location: 
The University Club of New York, 1 W. 54th Street, New York, NY 10019
Contact info (email or phone): 

Please contact Maggie Mahoney at mjmahoney@uchicago.edu with any questions.

Please join Dean Thomas J. Miles at the annual First Monday Luncheon to hear Law School faculty discuss their insight and opinions on upcoming United States Supreme Court cases and the issues currently facing the Court.
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