These workshops are a component of the Law and Economics Program at the Faculty, which promotes special study and research opportunities in a broad range of subject areas having a significant law-economics interface. The workshops, which students take for academic credit, attract distinguished legal and economics scholars for sessions approximately nine times throughout the year.

The workshops are held on Tuesdays, from 4:10 - 5.45 pm, in the Solarium at 84 Queen's Park Cres. 

2016- 2017 Schedule

DATE & TIME

LOCATION

SPEAKER & TOPIC

September 13
Tuesday
Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall
Dan Awrey - University of Oxford Faculty of Law
Law and the Shadow Payment System
September 20
Tuesday
Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall 
Kevin Davis - NYU School of Law|
Multijurisdictional Enforcement Games
October 18
Tuesday
 Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall
Alison Morantz - Stanford University Law School
Rejecting the Grand Bargain: What Happens When Large Companies
Opt Out of Workers' Compensation?
November 1
Tuesday
 Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall
Jennifer Bennett Shinall - Vanderbilt University Law School
Opting Out and Division of Marital Assets
November 15
Tuesday
Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall 
Yun-chien Chang - Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Do Parties Negotiate After Trespass Litigation?  An Empirical Study of Cosaean Bargaining
January 17
Tuesday
Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall 
Michael Heise - Cornell Law School
February 7
Tuesday
Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall 
Paul Mahoney - University of Virginia School of Law
February 28
Tuesday
Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall 
Cherie Metcalf - Queen's University Faculty of Law
March 14
Tuesday
Solarium (Rm. FA2)
Falconer Hall 
Joel Trachtman - Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
The International Law and Economics of Citizenship and Migration

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