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2020-2021 Faculty Workshop Series

The Faculty Workshop Series for Northwestern Law faculty will take place from 12:00 - 1:00 pm. CLE credits will be offered.

Note: Papers are private and accessible to Northwestern Law faculty only. Zoom information will be sent to faculty via email in advance of each workshop.  

September 28
Dan Rodriguez, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Transportation, Law, and the Problem of Escape

October 5
Jennifer Arlen, NYU School of Law
Can the Law Change Preferences?

October 12
David Hoffman, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School
The Social Cost of Contract

October 19
TBA

October 26
Kristen Eichensehr, University of Virginia School of Law

November 2
Jennifer Robbennolt, Illinois College of Law

November 9
Lauren Sudeall, Georgia State University College of Law

November 16
Michael Kang, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and Joanna Shepherd, Emory School of Law

November 23
Stephanie Stern, Chicago-Kent College of Law

January 11
Avani Mehta Sood, UC Berkeley School of Law

January 25
Nora Freeman Engstrom, Stanford Law School

February 1
Alice Ristroph, Brooklyn Law School

February 8
Mitu Gulati, Duke Law

February 15
Christopher Odinet, University of Iowa Law

February 22
Thomas Frampton, University of Virginia School of Law

March 1
Katherine Stone, UCLA Law

March 8
LaToya Baldwin Clark, UCLA Law

March 15
Nicole Stelle Garnett, University of Notre Dame Law School

April 5
Victor Quintanilla, Indiana University Maurer School of Law

April 12
Rachel Sachs, Washington University School of Law

April 19
Katrina Wyman, NYU School of Law

April 26
Ariela Gross, USC Gould School of Law

May 3
William Forbath, University of Texas School of Law

May 10
Yesha Yadav, Vanderbilt Law School

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2020 Summer Faculty Workshop Series

At each of these sessions, two faculty members will discuss their summer research project.

June 15
Charlotte Crane and Matthew Kugler

June 22
Steve Lubet and Jim Pfander

June 29
Bob Burns and Jay Koehler

July 6
Steve Calabresi and Laura Pedraza-Fariña

July 13
John McGinnis and Max Schanzenbach

July 20
Zach Clopton and Deb Tuerkheimer

July 27
Bernie Black and Michael Barsa/David Dana

August 3
Paul Gowder and Emerson Tiller

August 10
Dave Schwartz and Nadav Shoked

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2019-2020 Faculty Workshop Series

The Faculty Workshop Series for Northwestern Law faculty will take place in the Faculty Commons from 12:00 - 1:00 pm. CLE credits will be offered and lunch will be provided.

Note: Papers are private and accessible to Northwestern Law faculty only. 

 September 3
Michelle M. Mello, Stanford University
Legal Strategies for Reining in “Unconscionable” Prices for Prescription Drugs

September 9
Gregory S. Alexander, Cornell University
Property, Dignity, and Human Flourishing

September 30
Nestor M. Davidson, Fordham University
City Charters as Local Constitutions

November 4
James E. Pfander, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
The Common Law Origins of Ex Parte Young

November 6
Judge Gregory E. Mize, Judge Allie Greenleaf Maldonado, and Judge Russell F. Canan

December 16
Andrew M. Koppelman, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Gay Rights vs. Religious Liberty? The Unnecessary Conflict

January 10
Faculty Projects Day

January 21
Kyle Rozema, Washington University in St. Louis
Lawyer Misconduct in America

February 10
Jide Nzelibe, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Mixed Stakes Conflicts in International and Constitutional Law

February 17
James Lindgren, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Godparents as Fictive Kin

February 24
Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University Chicago
Constitutional Distrust and the Limits of Interpretive Finality

March 2
Nancy Leong, University of Denver
Enjoyed by White Citizens

March 9
Wendy Netter Epstein, DePaul University
Private Law Alternatives to the Individual Mandate

April 6 [Virtual]
The Current Supreme Court Docket
Steve Calabresi, Shari Diamond, Heidi Kitrosser, and Jim Pfander

April 13 [Virtual]
The State of Administrative Law Today
Bob Burns, John McGinnis, and Jim Speta

April 20 [Virtual]
Economic, Comparative, and Legal Ramifications of the Pandemic
Ezra Friedman, Jide Nzelibe, Max Schanzenbach, and Nadav Shoked

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