The Randolph W. Thrower Symposium is part of an endowed lecture series sponsored by the family of Mr. Thrower (an eminent tax lawyer who had an admirable career of public service, pictured at right) and hosted by the Emory Law Journal and Emory University School of Law. This year’s symposium, “The New New Deal: From De-Regulation to Re-Regulation,” will be held February 11, 2010. It includes the panel “Re-Regulation and Government Expansion: A Historical Perspective,” moderated by Victoria Nourse (Emory Law), and otherwise consisting of Barry Cushman (Virginia Law), William Forbath (Texas Law), William J. Novak (Michigan Law), Polly J. Price (Emory Law), and me. Michelle Landis Dauber is also on the program.
The full program is here; registration, here.