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2008-09 Lecture Series Media

 

Dale Carpenter
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota Law School

October 21, 2008


"Law, Tradition, and Same-Sex Marriage"
 

The Earl R. Larson Chair in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Appointment Lecture

 
 

Gregory Shaffer
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota Law School

November 11, 2008


"A Call for a New Legal Realism in International Law" (PDF transcript)

The Melvin C. Steen and Corporate Donors Professorship in Law Appointment Lecture

 

 

 

Michele Goodwin
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota Law School

November 25, 2008


"Law in the 21st Century"


The Everett Fraser Chair in Law Appointment

 
 

John Matheson
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota Law School

February 3rd, 2009


"The Top-Ten List: Ways to Improve Corporate Governance"

The Law Alumni Distinguished Professor of Law Appointment Lecture

 

 

 

Judge Guido Calabresi
U.S. 2nd Circuit Court
Professorial Lecturer in Law
Yale Law School

February 10th, 2009


"Equality in the American Constitution?"

The William B. Lockhart Lecture

 
 

Thomas F. Cotter
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota Law School

February 17th, 2009


"Patent Holdup, Patent Remedies and Antitrust Responses"

The Briggs and Morgan Chair in Law Appointment Lecture

 

 

 

Francesco Parisi
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota Law School

March 10th, 2009


"Efficiency of the Common Law Hypothesis Revisited"

The Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly Chair in Law Appointment Lecture

 
 

John M. Finnis
Professor of Law and Legal Philosophy
University of Oxford

March 24, 2009


"Does Free Exercise of Religion Deserve Constitutional Mention?"

The John Dewey Lecture in the Philosophy of Law Lecture

 

 

 

Brian Bix
Professor of Law and Philosophy
University of Minnesota Law School

April 7th, 2009


"Law and Language: How Words Mislead Us"

The Frederick W. Thomas Chair for the Interdisciplinary Study of Law and Language Re-appointment Lecture

 
 

Nadine Strossen
Professor of Law
New York Law School

April 14, 2009


"Current Challenges to Free Speech"

The Horatio Ellsworth Kellar Distinguished Visitor Program