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Panel Discussion on SEC v. Goldman Sachs

Speakers, including Douglas Baird (Harry A. Bigelow Distinguished Service Professor of Law), M.


60:20 minutes (55.24 MB)

Panel on Academic Freedom feat. Richard Shweder and Adam Kissel

Richard Shweder is William Claude Reavis Distinguished Service Professor of Human Development at the University of Chicago. Adam Kissel, is Director, Individual Rights Defense Program at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.


64:36 minutes (59.14 MB)

The Federalist Society presents Todd Gaziano (Heritage) presents "The New Black Panther Cover-up: What is the Justice Department Trying to Hide?"

Date: 
05.19.2010
Location: 
Room IV, The Law School

On the day Obama was elected President, two members of the New Black Panther Party dressed in paramilitary uniforms with jack boots and berets stood within a few feet of the doors of a polling place in Philadelphia yelling racially-charged threats at poll watchers and potential voters.  One of them swung a billy

International Law Society, "Intro to International Arbitration"

This discussion, which featured Andreas Baum '12, Brian Rowe '10, and Curtis Strong '10, was recorded April 29, 2010 and was sponsored by the International Law Society.


40:11 minutes (36.79 MB)

APALSA Presents: "Working Abroad? Get a Head Start! Tips and Pointers For International Legal Research" (Sponsored by LexisNexis)

Date: 
05.18.2010
Location: 
Room F

Presenter: Nikki Harris (LexisNexis)
Generously Sponsored by LexisNexis.

Please sign up on-line at LexisNexis MySchool (http://www.lexisnexis.com/lawschool/myschool_1.aspx)
or reply to/e-mail nikki.harris@lexisnexis.com if you're thinking of attending so LexisNexis can have a relative headcount for food :)  Thanks!

APALSA Presents: Prof. Strahilevitz and Prof. Chen in "Is There Really a Golden Rule?" The Law of Neighbors in China and the U.S. (Other Title: "Or Does the Rule Not Matter?")

Date: 
05.19.2010
Location: 
Room I

Professor Strahilevitz teams up with Professor Chen to discuss the different institutions that have developed in the U.S. and China to govern the relationship between neighbors.  The U.S.

Faculty: 
Lior Strahilevitz

Law, Inc. presents A Panel Discussion on SEC v. Goldman Sachs - The Law, Economics and Politics of the SEC's Fraud Charges

Date: 
05.19.2010
Location: 
Room III

Join Law, Inc. for a lunch panel about about one of Wall Street’s hottest topics with four of Chicago’s brightest corporate luminaries.

Topic

Faculty: 
Douglas G. Baird
Faculty: 
Eric Posner
Faculty: 
M. Todd Henderson

ILS and CLS present "Moral Reasoning in International Law"

Date: 
05.13.2010
Location: 
Law School, Room D

2L James Tierney will discuss a forthcoming book chapter he co-authored with Professor Roger Alford at Pepperdine Law, arguing that cognitive moral reasoning processes are crucial for understanding whether and how people talk about compliance with international law.  The chapter will be published in the upcoming "The Role of Ethics in International Law."

The Federalist Society Honors SG of Texas James C. Ho

Date: 
05.14.2010
Location: 
Room I

The Federalist Society will honor Solicitor General of Texas, James C. Ho with the Lee Liberman Otis award, given to an alum of the Law School who best applies Federalist Society principles to his or her legal career. The award is named after one of the founders of the Federalist Society, and alum of the Law School, Lee Liberman Otis. Please join us in honoring Mr.

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