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.
Mitra Sharafi (University of Wisconsin)
Title: Corruption and Forensic Experts in British India
Erin F. Delaney (Northwestern University Law
Title: A Federal Case for Judicial Review: From Structure to Rights
Douglas NeJaime (UCLA)
Title: Assimilating Difference
Margaret Boittin, (Baldy Speaker - York
Title: The Whore, the Hostess, and the Honey: Policing, Health, Business, and the Regulation of Prostitution in China
Hiroshi Motomura (UCLA)
Title: Migrants, Refugees, and Citizens: What’s Next for Immigration Law and Policy?
Title: The Uses of Language Use
Cristina Bicchieri (Dept. of Philosophy,
University of Pennsylvania)
Feb. 23 & 24
Title: A Digital Text in Constitutional Law: Some Goals and a Platform
Ane Mariella Bacigalupo (Baldy Speaker - UB
Title: The Law of the Spirit in Chile: Judge Karen Atala’s Transformative Vision and her LGBT Rights Child Custody Case
Jan. 25 - Law Review Camp
Presenter: Michael Boucai,
“Constitutionality of Marriage”
Commentators: Matthew Steilen, Isabel Marcus
O’Rourke, “Parallel Enforcement”
Commentators: Matthew Dimick, Errol Meidinger
Jan. 23 - Law Review Camp
Presenter: Matthew Dimick,
“Strict Product Liability as
Commentators: Lucinda Finley, Rick Su
Presenter: Justin Simard,
“Attorneys, Agency and the Rise of Capitalism”
Commentators: John Henry Schlegel, S. Todd Brown
Presenter: John Henry Schlegel, “Hohfeld”
Commentators: James Wooten, Justin Simard
Title: Transnational Business Governance Interactions in Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Jennifer S. Hunt
Title: The Perils of Introducing Evidence of Good Character: How Jurors Use Character Evidence and Why Existing Jury Instructions May Not Provide Adequate Protection
[Download the paper]
Camilo Arturo Leslie (Baldy Postdoctoral
Oct. 21 & 22
Fall 2016 Mitchell Lecture - Editing the
Environment: Emerging Issues in Genetics and the Law
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Center for the Arts
Sept. 30 - Oct. 1
Title: "Community and Economic Change in America: Buffalo, Queen City of the Great Lakes"
Aug. 16 - Law Review Camp
O’Rourke " Reforming Parallel Enforcement"
Commentators: Jonathan Manes, Guyora Binder
Presenter: Luis Chiesa,
"The Non-Riddle of Rape by Deception and the Reality of
Commentators: Anthony O’Rourke, Guyora Binder
Presenter: Rick Su, "Have
Cities Abandoned Home Rule?"
Commentators: Anya Bernstein, Nicole Hallett
Aug. 15 - Law Review Camp
Fissell " Federalism and Constitutional Criminal Law"
Commentators: James Gardner, Luis Chiesa
Presenter: Brenner Fissell
& Guyora Binder, "Capital Punishment of Unintentional
Commentators: Christine Bartholomew, Anya Bernstein
Bartholomew, "Exorcising the Clergy Privilege"
Commentators: Luis Chiesa, Nicole Hallett
Aug. 3 - Law Review Camp
Dimick, "Better Than Basic Income? Liberty, Equality and the
Regulation of Working Time"
Commentators: S. Todd Brown, Rick Su
Presenter: Matthew Steilen,
"The Josiah Phillips Attainder and the Institutional Structure of
the American Revolution"
Commentators: Anthony O'Rourke, John Henry Schlegel