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 room J225, Jackman Law Building, 78 Queen's Park.

2017- 2018 Schedule

DATE & TIME

LOCATION

SPEAKER & TOPIC

September 12Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
Marin Levy - Duke University School of Law
Panel Assignment in the Federal Courts of Appeals
 September 26 Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
Cynthia Rudin - Duke University Computer Science
Transparency, causality, and bias: Can we really use machine learning for high stakes decisions
October 10Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
George Triantis - Stanford Law School
The Design of Staged Contracting (co-authored with Albert Choi)
November 14Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park

J.J. Prescott - University of Michigan Law School
Noncompetes and Employee Mobility

January 16Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
Paige Marta Skiba - Vanderbilt Law School
January 30Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
Natalie Bau - University of Toronto Dept. of Economics
February 13Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
Eric Talley - Columbia Law School
February 27Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
John Pfaff - Fordham University School of Law
March 6Room J225
Jackman Law Bldg
78 Queen's Park
Edward Cheng - Vanderbilt Law School

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