Coase-Sandor Conferences and Events
Professor Shen Kui of Peking University Law School is one of the leading scholars of administrative law, constitutional law, and food & drug regulation in China. He participated in several critical legal reforms in the past decades. Professor Shen was Vice Dean of Peking University Law School from 2005 to 2013 and is currently Director of the Research Center of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at Peking University Law School. For 2017-2018, Professor Shen is a Fulbright Visiting Research Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He received his Ph.D, Master of Law and BA of Law from Peking University.
Professor Shen Kui will share his insights on administrative law in China and how it works.
This event is cosponsored by China Law Society, the International Programs, and the Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics. Lunch will be provided.1111 E 60th street Chicago - US University of Chicago Law School firstname.lastname@example.org America/Chicago public
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With the rise of big data, the costs associated with creating and administering personalized legal rules tailored to specific individuals or circumstances have decreased significantly. Rules that currently apply uniformly—property rights; standards of care; default and mandatory rules in contract law; disclosure mandates; sentencing rules; tax laws; and legal procedures—now face the possibility of becoming personalized. The Symposium on Personalized Law will feature diverse expert viewpoints on the value, feasibility, and implementation of personalization in various legal areas. Panelists will discuss whether a personalized system is moral or democratic, how such a system could be implemented, and the benefits and drawbacks of shifting from uniform to personalized law. Others will explore how the increased granularity of legal norms would affect the legal system as a whole, whether personalization will make the legal system more efficient, fair, or equal, or instead serve to undermine the legitimacy of the legal system and infringe on individual privacy.
This event is free and open to the public, but seating may be subject to registration. For the list of speakers, the schedule of events, and to register please visit the University of Chicago Law Review webpage for the Symposium.
Sponsored by: The University of Chicago Law Review and The Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics
Organized by: Omri Ben-Shahar, Anthony Casey, Ariel Porat, Lior Strahilevitz, and The University of Chicago Law Review
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