Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Legal History and Culture at Connecticut

Steven Wilf, University of Connecticut School of Law, announces the line-up for the school's Legal History & Culture Speaker Series:

October 28 and November 4: François Ewald (École nationale d'assurances), a two-part Faculty Workshop mini-seminar on Foucault and the Law

November 11, Duncan Kennedy (Harvard Law), TBA

December 2, Ariela Dubler (Columbia Law), Sexing Skinner

February 3, Daniel Markovits (Yale Law), A Modern Legal Ethics: Adversary Advocacy in a Democratic Age (Princeton University Press, 2008) (author meets reader).

Date TBA, Amalia Kessler (Stanford Law), TBA

April 14, Assaf Likhovski (Tel Aviv Law, visiting UCLA Law), Is Tax Law Culturally Specific? Lessons from the History of Income Tax Law in Mandatory Palestine

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