Steve Calandrillo

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Charles I. Stone Professor of Law
Professor of Law

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Eggshell Economics: Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquia Series, Oct. 2012 (Seattle, WA)

Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again: An Economic Analysis of the Eggshell Plaintiff Rule, with Dustin Buehler, American Law & Economics Association, Annual Conference, May 18, 2012 (Palo Alto, CA)

How to Use Research Assistants Effectively, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Brown-Bag, May 9, 2012 (Seattle, WA)

The Academic Career Path, University of Washington School of Law, May 2012 (Seattle, WA)

Utilizing Incentives to Spur Organ Donation in America, University of Washington School of Law, H510, Topics in Law and Medicine, Dec. 2011 (Seattle, WA)

Nontraditional Applications of Law & Economics, Hillis Clark Martin & Peterson, Sep. 2011 (Seattle, WA)

A Unique Kind of Moral Hazard, Perkins Coie, May 2011

An Economic Analysis of Baseball’s Designated Hitter Rule, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquium, Mar. 2011

How Legal Rules Influence Behavior in Baseball, The Next Course Dinner Series, Mar. 2011

Baseball’s Moral Hazard, Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, Jun. 2, 2010 (Cooperstown, NY)

Casey at the Bat: Law, Economics and the Designated Hitter Rule, American Law & Economics Association, Annual Conference, May 2010 (Princeton, NJ)

Moderator, Health and Individual Well-Being, American Law & Economics Association, Annual Conference, May 2010 (Princeton, NJ)

The Value of Clerkships in One’s Legal Career, University of Washington School of Law, Apr. 2010

An Economic Analysis of Punitive Damages, University of Washington School of Law, Charles I. Stone Endowed Lecture, Oct. 22, 2009 (Seattle, WA)

A Businessman’s Introduction to Economic Analysis of the Law, University of Washington Foster School of Business, MBA Twilight Talk Series, Oct. 2009

Why the Supreme Court Needs a Lesson on Law & Economics, Davis Wright Tremaine, Jun. 2009

Correctly Assessing Tort Damages, Graham Dunn, May 2009

Penalizing Punitive Damages, K&L Gates, Mar. 2009

Negotiating and Drafting Contracts, Bell Harbor Conference Center, Jun. 2008

The Dangers of the DMCA, American Law & Economics Association, Annual Meeting and Columbia Law School, May 16, 2008

Employing Cost-Benefit Analysis in Environmental Law, University of Washington School of Law, Oct. 2006

How to Fix Sports Medicine, University of Washington School of Law, Sports Law Seminar, Jul. 2006

The Value of Corporate Law, University of Washington School of Law, Feb. 2006

Legal Scholarship: How and Why Do We Write?, University of Washington School of Law, Nov. 2005

The Classroom Experience: Solving the Socratic Method, Seattle University, BARBRI Law School Prep Program, Jul. 2005

Practical Solutions to the Human Organ Shortage, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Annual Health Law Conference, University of Houston School of Law, and Baylor College of Medicine, Jun. 2005

Moderator, A Contract Law Approach to Tort Reform, University of Washington School of Law, Federalist Society Debate, Mar. 2005

Sports Medicine Conflicts: Team Physicians Versus Athlete-Patients, St. Louis University, Sports Medicine Law Conference, Mar. 2005

Freedom of Contract Versus the Legal Prohibition Against Organ Sales, University of Washington, Nov. 2004

Legal Ethics, Public Morality, Global Justice, Emerald Education Group Conference, Oct. 2004

Ten Ways to End America's Organ Crisis, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquium, Oct. 2004

Exam Writing Skills and Strategies, Seattle University, BARBRI Law School Prep Program, Aug. 2004

Risk, Danger and Reaction to Danger, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Annual Health Law Conference, and Seton Hall Law School, Jun. 2004

The Consequences of Risk Misperception, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Health Law Teachers Conference, Jun. 2004

Balancing Private Freedom vs. Public Health, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquium, Apr. 2004

Misunderstanding Risk: Why Parents Fear the Cure More Than the Disease, University of Washington, Health & Human Rights Seminar, Apr. 2004

The Dual Purposes of Intellectual Property Rights, Intellectual Property Innovations Workshop, Apr. 2004

The Clerkship Experience, University of Washington School of Law and U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, Jan. 2004 (Seattle, WA)

A How-to Guide on Judicial Clerships, University of Washington School of Law, Oct. 2003

Returning to First Principles of Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Innovations Workshop, Mar. 2003

The Legal & Ethical Implications of the Health Care Crisis in America, University of Washington, Nov. 2002

Cracking the Judicial Clerkship Market, University of Washington School of Law, Oct. 1, 2002

The Costs of Intellectual Property Rights, Intellectual Property Innovations Workshop, Apr. 2002

An Economic Analysis of Tort Law, University of Washington School of Law, Nov. 2001

Responsible Regulation: A Sensible Approach to Federal Health and Safety Regulation, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquium, Nov. 2001

Steps to Success in and after Law School, University of Washington School of Law, 1L Orientation, Sep. 2001

Moderator, Attracting Investment for Intellectual Property, University of Washington School of Law, CASRIP High Technology Summit Conference, Jul. 2001

Discussant, An Economic Approach to Patent Law, Intellectual Property Innovations Workshop, Apr. 2001

Implementing a Government-Run Reward System in Lieu of Patent Law in America, Intellectual Property & Innovation Workshop, Mar. 2001

Changing the Rules of Contract Formation: UCC Article 2B and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, Foster Pepper & Shefelman, Getting Online, Website Seminar, Jan. 1, 1999

Playing It Smart: Safe Advertising Practices on the Web, Foster Pepper & Shefelman, Getting Online, Website Seminar, Jan. 1999

Playing It Smart: Safe Information Practices on the Web, Foster Pepper & Shefelman, Getting Online, Website Seminar, Jan. 1999

Proposed FTC Guidelines Governing Electronic Media, Foster Pepper & Shefelman, Getting Online, Website Seminar, Jan. 1999

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