For additional information about Law Faculty Workshops, contact Guyora Binder. Light food and refreshments will be available 30 minutes prior to each workshop.
Unless noted otherwise, workshops are held in the Cellino
and Barnes Conference Center. Lunch will be served at 12:00 p.m.;
talk will begin at 12:30 p.m.
* Papers are only available for download to UB faculty and staff. To download the papers, please use your UBID name and password.
Title: "Written Constitutions as Political Limitation: The Constitutional System of the American States in the 1770s"
Cheng-Yi Huang, Academia Sinica,
Taiwan (Baldy Speaker)
Title: "Constitutional Moments in Transitional Democracies
Doug Kysar, Yale
Law School (Baldy Distinguished Speaker, Professor of
Law, Yale Law School)
Title: "Living with Owning"
Constable, UC Bereley Dept. of Rhetoric (Baldy Distinguished
Speaker, Professor of Rhetoric, UC Berkeley)
Title: "The Justification was Perfect": Chicago Husband-Killing and the New Unwritten Law
Mitchell Lecture: What
are the implications of changes in the legal profession for law
schools and legal education?
Featuring Professor Susan Carle (American University), Dean Kevin R. Johnson (UC Davis), and Dean Michael Hunter Schwartz (University of Arkansas)
Title: "Vagueness and Institutional Conflict in Constitutional Law"
K Hinkle (UB Political Science)
Title: "The Role and Impact of Briefs in the U.S. Supreme Court"
Title: "How Courts Interpret Statutes: Selecting Text, Constructing Context"
Title: "The Market: Rethinking Law and Economics Concepts"
Lanni, Harvard Law School (Baldy Distinguished Speaker,
Professor of Law, Harvard University)
Title: "Law and Order in Classical Athens"
*NOTE: Professor Lanni will be available to meet with faculty during the morning on the day of her talk. To set up an appointment, please contact Laura Wirth at Lawirth2@buffalo.edu.
Title: "Bombs, Trees, and Sunken Ships in the Colony: Bureaucracies of Contamination and Cleanup"
Mitchell Lecture: Where
is the legal profession today and where is it likely to go in the
Featuring Professor Gillian Hadfield (USC), Professor Bryant Garth (Irvine), and Professor David Wilkins (Harvard)
Time: 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Location: Room 106
Title: "Patterns of Research Productivity and Impact at Public AAU Law Schools"
Jan. 28 - Law Review Camp
Jennifer Pacella, "Cybersecurity
Compliance: The SEC's Focus and the Role of Whistleblowers"
Commentators: James Milles, Michael Halberstam
Michael Halberstam, "Governance,
Public and Private: The Law of Fiduciaries"
Commentators: James Wooten, Errol Meidinger
Guyora Binder, "Penal Incapacitation:
A Situationist Critique"
Commentators: Jenn Hunt, Anya Bernstein
Heath (University of Toronto, Philosophy) - Baldy Center
Title: "Cost-Benefit Analysis as an Expression of Liberal Neutrality"
Summer Law Review Camp
Laura Ford, presenter, "Patenting the Social"
Dimick, presenter, "Law, Tax and Inequality"
11:00 a.m. Jennifer Pacella (CUNY Business School), presenter, " Conflicted Counselors: Retaliation Protections for Attorney-Whistleblowers in an Inconsistent Regulatory Regime" [Download]
11:00 a.m. Christine
Bartholomew, presenter, "The Inferiority of Superiority"
Jessie Owley, Todd Brown, commentators
12:30 p.m. Jessie Owley, presenter, "The New Agriculture: From Food Farms to Solar Farms"
Matt Steilen, Christine Bartholomew, commentators
11:00 a.m. Michael
Boucai, presenter, "Is Assisted Procreation an LGBT
Lucinda Finley, Steve Paskey, commentators
12:30 p.m. Steve Paskey, presenter, "Telling Refugee Stories: Narrative, Trauma, Credibility, and the Adjudication of Asylum Claims in the United States"
Rick Su, Michael Boucai, commentators