Faculty Colloquia

Through scholarship and service, UW law faculty influence public policy and shape legal theory. Faculty colloquia nurture our dynamic community of scholars and teachers and allow the UW School of Law to showcase the work of distinguished scholars from our campus and from other universities. The colloquia are a forum for provocative and innovative legal scholarship and provide an opportunity for faculty to exchange ideas with other scholars, to foster relationships with other institutions, and to collaborate on works in progress.

Next Faculty Colloquium

2/1/2017 - Anita Bernstein,
Faculty Colloquium Guest Speaker

Upcoming/Recent Faculty Colloquia

Colloquium Schedule
Date Speaker Title
4/20/2017 Charlotte Garden
Faculty Colloquium Speaker
4/13/2017 Justin Driver
Chicago
Faculty Colloquium Speaker
3/30/2017 Taja-Nia Henderson
Faculty Colloquium Speaker
2/16/2017 Rebecca Morrow
Faculty Colloquium Speaker
2/1/2017 Anita Bernstein
Faculty Colloquium Guest Speaker
12/8/2016 Terry Fisher
Harvard University
TBD
11/10/2016 Sarah Haan
University of Idaho
Shareholder Proposal Settlements and the Private Ordering of Public Elections
10/27/2016 Ronald Krotoszinsky
University of Alabama
The Disappearing First Amendment_On the Decline of Freedom of Speech and the Problem of Inequality Among Speakers
10/13/2016 Dr. Khemvirg Puente
National Autonomous University of Mexico
Are Mexican Legislators Accountable? Measurement and ideas around legislative transparency
5/12/2016 Camilla Watson
University of Georgia
The Evolution and Inefficiency of Tax Incentives for Education
5/5/2016 MJ Durkee
University of Washington
Astroturf Activism
4/28/2016 Leslie Meltzer Henry
University of Maryland
Dignity and its Discontents: A Reply to the Anti-Dignitarians
4/21/2016 David S. Kris
Intellectual Ventures
Trends and Predictions in Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
4/14/2016 Lisa Manheim
UW
Judging Congressional Elections
4/7/2016 Rachel Stern
UC Berkeley
TBD
3/31/2016 Anita Krug
UW
Investory Democracy
3/3/2016 Gregory Shaffer
UC Irvine
Theorizing Transnational Legal Orders
2/25/2016 Brie Clark
Loyola L.A.
The Supremacy Clause, Federal Spending Conditions, & the Shifting Terrain of Health Care Enforcement
2/18/2016 Dongsheng Zang
UW
TBD
2/11/2016 Devon Carbado
UCLA
TBD
1/21/2016 Malcolm Feeley
UC Berkeley
Entrepreneurs of Justice: How Private Contractors Made and Continue to Make the Modern Criminal Justice System

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