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.

September 18FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park
Michael Frakes - Duke University School of Law
Is Great Information Good Enough?  Evidence from Physicians as Patients
 October 2 FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park

Kathryn Judge - Columbia Law School
Guarantor of Last Resort

October 16FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park
Ahmed Taha - Pepperdine University School of Law
Regulating the Advertising of Opinions: An Experimental Investigation
October 30FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park

Talia Gillis - Harvard Law School
Big Data and Discrimination

November 13FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park
Tom Merrill - Columbia Law School
The Economics and Law of Leasing

January 15FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park
 Sarath Sanga - Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
January 29FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park
Frank Partnoy - University California, Berkeley School of Law
The Misuse of Tobin's Q

February 12FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park
Avi Goldfarb - University of Toronto Rotman School of Management
Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare
February 26FL-219
Flavelle Building
78 Queen's Park
Colleen Honigsberg - Stanford Law School
Deleting Misconduct: The Expungement of BrokerCheck Records

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