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

1/21/2016 - Malcolm Feeley, UC Berkeley
Entrepreneurs of Justice: How Private Contractors Made and Continue to Make the Modern Criminal Justice System

Upcoming/Recent Faculty Colloquia

Colloquium Schedule
Date Speaker Title
5/12/2016 Camilla Watson
University of Georgia
The Evolution and Inefficiency of Tax Incentives for Education
4/28/2016 Leslie Meltzer Henry
University of Maryland
4/7/2016 Rachel Stern
UC Berkeley
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
2/11/2016 Devon Carbado
1/21/2016 Malcolm Feeley
UC Berkeley
Entrepreneurs of Justice: How Private Contractors Made and Continue to Make the Modern Criminal Justice System
11/12/2015 Amy Sinden
Temple Univ Beasley School of Law
The Problem of Unquantified Benefits
10/29/2015 Jeanne Fromer
Are We Running Out of Trademarks? Evidence from the U.S. PTO Principal Register
10/15/2015 Quinn Curtis
University of Virginia
Do the Merits Matter? Empirical Evidence on Shareholder Suits from Options Backdating Litigation
10/1/2015 Anna Roberts
Seattle University
Reclaiming the Importance of the Defendant's Testimony
5/14/2015 Shane Darcy
Irish Centre for Human Rights
In the Shadows of Conflict and Law: Wartime Collaboration and International Humanitarian Law
5/7/2015 UW Law Faculty Bob Anderson, Clark Lombardi & Zahr Said
Faculty Discussion - Featuring Bob Anderson Clark Lombardi & Zahr Said
4/30/2015 Kevin Tu
University of New Mexico
Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility and Profit Motive Mutual Exclusivity
4/23/2015 James Hodge
Arizona State
Legal Myths of Ebola Preparedness and Response
4/16/2015 Christopher Bruner
Washington and Lee University
Market-Dominant Small Jurisdictions in a Globalizing Financial World
4/9/2015 Shaakirrah Sanders
University of Idaho
Uncapping the Gore Punitive Damage Analysis
3/12/2015 Josh Bowers
University of Virginia
Legality and Rough Justice
3/5/2015 Adam Hirsch
University of San Diego
Airbrushed Heirs: The Problem of Children Omitted from Wills
2/19/2015 Batya Friedman
UW School of Information
Technology and Human Values
2/12/2015 Tom Antkowiak
Seattle University
The American Convention on Human Rights: Essential Articles
2/6/2015 Lydia Loren
Lewis and Clark
The Nature of Fair Use as an Affirmative Defense
1/22/2015 Alison Morantz
Stanford Law
Filing Not Found: Which Injuries Go Unreported to Worker Protection Agencies, and Why?
1/15/2015 Kathryn Watts
UW School of Law
Controlling Presidential Control

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