Spring 2019 Faculty Colloquium Series

The Emory Law Faculty Colloquium Series invites leading scholars, from around the United States and the world, to present works-in-progress. Our goal is to foster collegial and robust intellectual exchange that advances cutting-edge scholarship in law and related fields.

January 16
Richard Brooks | NYU School of Law
Loyalty and What Law Demands: Self Interest, Sole Interest or Best Interest

January 23
Saule Omarova | Cornell Law School - CANCELED
New Tech v. New Deal: Fintech As A Systemic Phenomenon

January 23
Jonathan Nash | Emory University School of Law
The Problem of Regulatory Prediction

January 30
Julie Suk |  The Graduate Center, CUNY
The Feminist Legacy of the Prohibition Amendment

February 6
Keith Hylton | Boston University School of Law
Selling Out: An Instrumentalist Theory of Legal Ethics

February 13
Ana Santos Rutschman School of Law - Saint Louis University
The Vaccine Race in the 21st Century

February 20
Robert Schapiro |  Emory University School of Law
Unequal States, Unequal People: Fiscal Inequity and the Values of Federalism

February 27
Tess Wilkinson-RyanUniversity of Pennsylvania Law School

March 6
Abduh An-Na'im | Emory University School of Law

March 20
Eric Jensen |  BYU Law School

March 27
Mitra Sharafi |  University of Wisconsin Law School

April 3 
Anne Dailey |  UConn School of Law

April 10
Abbe Gluck |  Yale Law School
 

Colloquium Archive

August 29
Karen Tani  |  Berkeley School of Law
Training the Citizen-Enforcers of Disability Rights

September 5
Samuel Bray  |  Notre Dame Law School
Equity and the Seventh Amendment

September 12
Sean Seymore  |  Vanderbilt Law School
Patenting New Uses for Old Inventions

September 19
Ingrid Eagly  |  UCLA School of Law
Criminalizing Migration in the Trump Era

October 10 - Canceled

October 17
Alexander Boni-Saenz  |  Chicago-Kent College of Law
Age, Time, and Discrimination

November 7
George Georgiev  |  Emory University School of Law
Securities Disclosure as Soundbite: The Case of CEO Pay Ratios

January 17 (cancelled due to university closure)
Mitra Sharafi | University of Wisconsin - Madison
Forensic Experts in Colonial India: Handwriting Analysis as a Suspect Science 

January 24
Jonathan Nash | Emory University School of Law
National Personal Jurisdiction

January 31
Khaled Beydoun  |  University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Acting Muslim 

February 7
Paul Gugliuzza  |  Boston University School of Law
The Procedure of Patent Eligibility  

February 14
Monica Bell | Yale Law School
Policing for Integration

February 21
Deborah Pearlstein | Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Measuring International Legal Constraint

February 28
Sarah Seo  | University of Iowa College of Law
The Totalitarian Challenge to the Automobile Exception 

March 7 (cancelled due to university closure)
Scott Dodson | UC Hastings College of the Law
Should the Rules Committees Have an Amicus Role?

March 21
Afra Afsharipour | UC Davis School of Law
The Political Economy of Corporate Governance Reforms in India

March 28
Lisa Manheim | University of Washington School of Law
Reviewing Executive Orders

April 4
William Sage |  University of Texas School of Law, University of Texas at Austin
Fracking Health Care: The Need to Safely De-Medicalize America and Recover Trapped Value for Its People

April  11
Mary Dudziak  | Emory University Law School
Death and the War Power