2014-2015 Faculty Colloquia


Term 2

Jan. 7, 2015
Rob Howse (New York University School of Law), Leo Strauss: Man of Peace

Feb. 4, 2015
Anita Ramasastry (University of Washington School of Law), Is there a Right to be Free from Corruption?

Feb. 25, 2015
Andrew Kenyon (University of Melbourne Law School), Positive and Negative Free Speech

Mar. 18, 2015
Mark Ramseyer (Harvard Law School), Nuclear Power and the Mob

Apr. 1, 2015
Xin He (City University of Hong Kong), Blood Money and Negotiated Justice in China

Apr. 8, 2015
Yael Efron (Zefat College School of Law), The Legal Education Petalectic Sphere as Inquiry: Towards a Paradigm Shift


Term 1

Sept. 24, 2014
Laverne Jacobs (University of Windsor, Faculty of Law), Do 'disabled' voices make a difference? Exploring equality and fairness in the enactment of accessibility standards (Co-Sponsored by the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies)

Oct. 1, 2014
Michal Shur-Ofry (Hebrew Unviersity of Jerusalem, Faculty of Law), IP and Nonlinear Innovation

Oct. 8, 2014
John Gava (University of Adelaide Law School), Is Law Important? Lessons from the formalist v contextualist wars

Oct. 15, 2014
Kyle Kirkup (University of Toronto, Faculty of Law), Releasing Stigma: Police, Journalists, and Crimes of HIV Non-Disclosure in Canada

Oct. 22, 2014
Ravi Malhotra (University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law), The Legal Politics of Disablement and the Legacy of E.T. Kingsley

Oct. 27, 2014
Dan Shaviro (New York University School of Law), Piketty in America: A Tale of Two Literatures

Nov. 19, 2014
Benjamin Perrin (Allard School of Law), Victim Participation in the ICC: Examining the First Decade of Investigative and PreTrial Procedures


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