Spring 2014 - 2015 CLASS Workshops

 

Spring 2015

 

Location: USC Law School, Faculty Lounge, Room 433 (unless otherwise stated)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(Note: Lunch served at 11:50 a.m., Talk begins promptly at 12:00 p.m.)
Day: Mondays

Hard copies of all CLASS papers are available in room 461.
Online copies can be downloaded by clicking the title of the paper below as they become available. When not available for download, copies will be emailed to members of the CLASS email list. To join the list, please click here.

 

(click on topic to view paper)

(Please note that some topics are to be announced)

  • January 12 - Emily Ryo (USC Gould School of Law & Philosophy), Topic: "TBA"
  • January 26 - Brian Broughman (Indiana University/ Visiting Professor Spring 2015), Topic: "TBA"
  • February 2- Emilie Hafner-Burton (University of San Diego), Topic: "TBA" Jointly sponsored by the Center for International Studies.
  • February 9- Ben Graham (USC, School of International Relations), Noel Johnston (Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford), and Allison Kingsley (University of Vermont, School of Business), Topic: "TBA" Jointly sponsored by the Center for International Studies
  • March 2 - Saule Omarova (Cornell University Law School), Topic: "Rethinking the Public-Private Divide in Finance"
  • March 9 - Alison Morantz (Stanford Law School), Topic: "TBA"
  • March 30 - Douglas Spencer (University of Connecticut), Topic: "After Shelby County: Getting Section 2 of the VRA to Do the Work of Section 5"
  • April 13 - Jonathan Macey (Yale Law School), Topic: "Bank Corporate Governance: A Proposal for the Post-Crisis World” Co-authored by Maureen O’Hara (Cornell)
  • April 27 -Damon Centola (University of Pennsylvania), Topic: "TBA"

 

Fall 2014

 

Location: USC Law School, Faculty Lounge, Room 433 (unless otherwise stated)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(Note: Lunch served at 11:50 a.m., Talk begins promptly at 12:00 p.m.)
Day: Mondays

Hard copies of all CLASS papers are available in room 461.
Online copies can be downloaded by clicking the title of the paper below as they become available. When not available for download, copies will be emailed to members of the CLASS email list. To join the list, please click here.

 

(click on topic to view paper)

(Please note that some topics are to be announced)

  • August 25- Mila Versteeg (University of Virginia School of Law), Topic: "Do Constitutional Rights Make a Difference?" Co-authored by Adam Chilton
  • September 8 - Gillian Hadfield (USC), Topic: "Markets for Laws"
  • September 15 -  Christopher Robertson (University of Arizona College of Law), Topic: "Randomized Experimentation as an Unbiased and Transparent Method for Harmless Error Analysis"
  • September 22 - Itiel Dror (University College in London), Topic: "Experts in the Courtroom: Problems and Suggested Solutions"
  • September 29 - Cecilia Menjivar (Arizona State University), Topic: "The Transformative Effects of Immigration Law"
  • October 13 - Maya Sen (Harvard), Topic: "The Political Legacy of American Slavery" Jointly sponsored by CLASS and SCELS Workshops
  • October 20 - Carolyn Sissoko (USC), Topic: "The Plight of Modern Markets: How Universal Banking Undermines Capital Markets"
  • October 27 - Stephen Choi (NYU School of Law) & Mitu Gulati (Duke University School of Law), Topic: "From Pigs to Hogs"  Jointly sponsored by CLASS and SCELS Workshops
  • November 3 - Jennifer Arlen (NYU School of Law), Topic: "Does the Endowment Effect Justify Legal Intervention? The Debiasing Effect of Institutions"
  • November 10-Yun-chien Chang (Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica), Topic: "Pain and Suffering damages in Personal Injury Cases: An Empirical Study" Co-authored with Theodore Eisenberg, Tsung Hsien Li, Martin T. Wells  Jointly sponsored by CLASS and SCELS Workshops
  • November 17-Sam Erman (USC), Topic: "Constitutional Storm Rising: U.S. Expansion Resumes, 1898-1900"
  • November 24 - Eric Helland (Claremont McKenna),Topic: "Estimating Effects of English Rule on Litigation Outcomes" Co-authored by Jungmo Yoon
  • December 1 - Eric Talley (UC Berkeley School of Law), Topic: "Corporate Inversions and the Unbundling of Regulatory Competition"

 

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