Lectures, conferences, and symposia

See the Law School calendar for additional information.

Wednesday, September 27, noon, Faculty Conference Room:

Appointments candidate Robin Craig will present her latest book project, “The End of Sustainability: Resilience and Natural Resources Law in the Anthropocene.” Please see emails from Mark Janis for further details.

Thursday, September 28, noon, Henderson House:

Clark Lombardi (University of Washington Law) will present “Constitutional Change in the Muslim World” as part of the Center for Constitutional Democracy’s speaker series.

Thursday, September 28, noon, Faculty Conference Room:

The Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research Security Speaker Series will present Peter Swire (Georgia Tech) who will present a paper examining the topic of whether the nationality of an individual under surveillance (the “target”) should be relevant to the legal standards for surveillance.

Friday, September 29, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM, Woodburn Hall (218):

Frank Lovett (Washington University, St. Louis) will present “The Rule of Law in the Age of Trump” as part of the Ostrom Workshop Tocqueville Lecture Series.

NEXT WEEK:

Thursday, October 5, noon, Faculty Conference Room:

Center on the Global Legal Profession will host ZUO Weimin of Sichuan University. Title TBA.

Thursday, October 5, noon, Henderson House:

Richard Welch (CCD PhD Student) will present “Reconciliation and Constitutional Reform in Iraq" as part of the Center for Constitutional Democracy’s speakers series.

Thursday, October 5, 1:15-3:15, Room 216:

Christopher Buccafusco will present “Functionality Screens” as part of this year’s IP Colloquium Series, hosted by the Center for Intellectual Property Research.

Thursday, October 5, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM, Faculty Lounge:

Faculty from the law school and SPEA will welcome students who are in a joint degree program (JD-MPA or JD-MSES) or interested in learning about the joint degree programs to an informal reception in the law school’s Faculty Lounge. Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Friday, October 6, noon, Henderson House:

Michael Frisby (IU Statistical Consulting Center) will be this week’s Center for Law, Society & Culture speaker. He will present “Harnessing Quantitative Methods: A Crash Course in Statistics & Regression Models.”