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2013-14 Lecture Videos

 

Tyler Cowen
Holbert L. Harris Professor of Economics, George Mason University

September 9, 2013


"Is America Coming Out of its Great Stagnation?"

The John Dewey Lecture in the Philosophy of Law

 
 

A. Douglas Melamed
Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Intel Corporation

September 30, 2013


"Lawyers as Conflict Engineers"

The William B. Lockhart Lecture

 

 

 

David Wippman
Guy-Uriel Charles
Fred Morrison
Robert Stein (’61)


Moderator: Joan Howland

October 4, 2013


"The Future of Legal Education"

The Law School's 125th Anniversary Forum

 
 

Walter F. Mondale (’56)
Former U.S. Vice President; Senior Counsel at Dorsey & Whitney

Robert A. Stein (’61)
Everett Fraser Professor of Law

November 13, 2013


"National Security and the Constitution"
A Conversation Between Walter F. Mondale (’56) and Robert A. Stein (’61)

The Inaugural Stein Lecture

 

 

 

Jonathan Haidt
Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership, New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business

November 20, 2013


"Moral Psychology and the Law: How Intuitions Drive Reasoning, Judgment, and the Search for Evidence"

The Horatio Ellsworth Kellar Distinguished Visitor Lecture

 
 

Oren Gross
Irving Younger Professor of Law; Director, Institute for International Legal & Security Studies

February 11, 2014


"The New Way of War: Is There a Duty to Use Drones?"

The Irving Younger Professorship in Law Reappointment Lecture

 

 

 

June Carbone
Robina Chair in Law, Science and Technology

March 4, 2014


"Are Women about to Become a Lot More like Men?"

The Robina Chair in Law, Science and Technology Appointment Lecture

 
 

Jill Hasday
Centennial Professor in Law; Solly Robins Distinguished Research Fellow

March 25, 2014


"Family Law Reimagined"

The Centennial Professorship in Law Appointment Lecture

 

 

 

Robert Stein (’61)
Everett Fraser Professor of Law

April 9, 2014


"Strengthening Federalism: The Uniform State Law Movement in the United States"

The Everett Fraser Chair in Law Reappointment Lecture