2016-2017 Faculty Workshops
All faculty presentations will be held from noon - 1:00 p.m. in Nunn Hall Room 404. Lunch will be provided for all faculty workshops. Contact Prof. Michael Mannheimer, email@example.com
|Tuesday, September 6, 2016||Professor Jennifer Kinsley||"Chill"|
|Wednesday, September 7||Professor John Valauri||"Dilemmas of the New Orginalism"|
|Wednesday, September 21||Professor Ljubomir Nacev||"Taxing Failures"|
|Wednesday, October 5||Professor Amy Halbrook||"Custody: Kids, Counsel, and the Constitution"
|Tuesday, October 18||Professor Laquren Ouziel
|"Federal Drug Enforcement and the Limits of Penal Reform"
|Thursday, November 17||Professor Patti Zettler
Georgia State University
|The Paradox of an Expanding First Amendment in Food and Drug Law"
|Monday, November 21||Professor Don Kazee||"Prosecution of the Witness: The Mystery of Materiality in United States v. Bonds"
|Tuesday, January 31
||Professor Michael Mannheimer||"The Unusual Case of Anthony Chebatoris: How the Rising Tide of Federal Power Led to the Country’s Only Execution in a Non-Death Penalty State”|
|Wednesday, February 15||Professor Ljubomir Nacev||"Taxing Failures"|
|Tuesday, February 28||Professor Will Baude
University of Chicago
|Tuesday, March 14||Professor Patricia Lee
St. Louis University Law School
|"Don't Touch My Land: 'Blight' Definition Expansion and Elasticity, Past & Present"|
|Thursday, March 23||Professor Jennifer Kinsley||"Secondary Speech Regulation"|
|Thursday, April 20||Professor Don Kazee||"Prosecution of the Witness: The Mystery of Materiality in United States v. Bonds"|
Rountable - Thursday, January 19, 2017
There will be a roundtable with Emeritus Professor Roger Billings about online learning on Thurs., Jan. 19 from noon - 1:00 p.m. in the Meyer Boardroom (NH 534).