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Lectures and symposia

All events will take place in Baier Hall unless otherwise indicated. See the Law School calendar for more information.

Thursday, February 18

The Jerome Hall Lecture
Samuel Issacharoff: "Outstanding Campaign Finance"
Moot Court Room, noon

Tax Policy Colloquium
Ben Leff
Room 214, 1:15-3:15

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Colloquium
Macabe Keliher: “Ritual, Politics, and Law in the Making of Qing China”
Room 335, 4:00-5:00

Tuesday, February 23

Heritage Foundation
James Shirk: "The Wealth of States"
Commentary by Prof. Dau-Schmidt
Room 123, noon.

Wednesday, February 24

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Symposium
"Public Interest Lawyering in the U.S. and Beyond: Limits and Possibilities"
Scott Cummings, UCLA
Benjamin Liebman, Columbia
Rebecca Sandefur, University of Illinois
Anne Southworth, University of California, Irvine
Moot Court Room, 4:00-5:00

Thursday, March 3

Tax Policy Colloquium
David Kamin
Room 214, 1:15-3:15

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies Annual Conference
"The Transnational Executive"
Room 335

Friday, March 4

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies Annual Conference (continued)
"The Transnational Executive"
Room 335

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Film Screening
Cartel Land
IU Cinema, 6:30

Monday, March 7

Center for Constitutional Democracy Guest Speaker
James Robinson, University of Chicago
Room 120, 4:00-5:30

Tuesday, March 8

Federalist Society Speaker
John Lott: "Do More Guns = Less Crime?"
Moot Court Room, noon

Tuesday, March 22

IP Practitioner-in-Residence
Thomas J. Treutler, Partner, Tilleke & Gibbons, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City
Room 213, noon

Remembering Antonin Scalia: What Is His Legacy? Where Will the Court Go From Here?
Hosted by the Federalist Society and the Indiana Law Chapter of the American Constitution Society
Moot Court Room, noon
1 hour of Indiana CLE approved

Wednesday, March 23

The George P. Smith, II Distinguished Visiting Professorship –Chair Lecture
I. Glenn Cohen, Professor of Law; Faculty Director, Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics
Harvard Law School
Moot Court Room, noon
1 hour Indiana CLE approved

Thursday, March 24

Tax Policy Colloquium
Emily Cauble
Room 214, 1:15-3:15

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Colloquium
Nancy Welsh, Penn State University
Room 335, 4:00-5:00

Wednesday, March 30

The Ralph F. Fuchs Lecture
Leti Volpp, Professor of Law
Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California – Berkeley
Moot Court Room, noon
1 hour Indiana CLE pending

Thursday, March 31

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Colloquium
William Forbath, University of Texas, Austin THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Room 335, 4:00-5:00

Tuesday, April 5

Federalist Society Speaker
Ryan T. Anderson, Heritage Society: "Anderson and Sanders Debate Zubik: Contraception Mandates Return to the Supreme Court"
Moot Court Room, noon
1 hour Indiana CLE approved

Wednesday, April 6

The Harris Lecture
Douglas Kysar, Joseph M. Field '55 Professor of Law
Yale Law School
Moot Court Room, noon
1 hour Indiana CLE pending

Thursday, April 7

Tax Policy Colloquium
Lilly Kahng, Seattle University Law School
Room 214, 1:15-3:15

Wednesday, April 13

The Stewart Lecture in Labor and Employment Law
Prof. Samuel Bagenstos
University of Michigan Law School
Moot Court Room, noon
1 hour Indiana CLE approved

Thursday, April 14

Tax Policy Colloquium
Denvil Duncan, IU SPEA
Room 214, 1:15-3:15

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Colloquium
Daniel Brinks, University of Texas, Austin
Room 335, 4:00-5:00

Friday, April 15

Poynter Center: The Future of Professional Ethics Workshop Series

Ethics in the National Security Profession
Alexander W. Joel, Civil Liberties Protection Officer for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Room 125, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m
2 hours Indiana CLE approved

The Protective Order Project: “The Neurobiology of Trauma”

Courtney E. Curtis, Special Victims Team Supervisor at the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office
Moot Court Room, 11:30–1:00 p.m.
1 hour Indiana CLE credit approved

Thursday, April 21

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Colloquium
Brishen Rogers, Temple University
Room 335, 4:00-5:00

Thursday, September 8

IP Colloquium
Marketa Trimble, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Room 214, 1:15-3:15
2 hours Indiana CLE approved

Thursday, September 29

IP Colloquium
Peter Yu, Texas A&M University School of Law
Room 214, 1:15-3:15
2 hours Indiana CLE approved

Thursday, October 6

IP Colloquium
Shubha Gosh, Syracuse University College of Law
Room 214, 1:15-3:15
2 hours Indiana CLE approved