Workshop Faculty Member, “Endings and Beginnings,” The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Leadership Program (April 6, 2016).
Invited Speaker, “Fictions and Models: Exemplary Narratives as Law,” Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities 19th Annual Conference Reading Race, Writing Race and Living Race, University of Connecticut Law School (April 1-2, 2013).
Invited Speaker, “Compassion and the Rhetoric of Rules,” World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (conference page; workshop page), Georgetown University (July 27-August 1, 2015).
Invited Speaker, “Truth in Context: Evidence as a Social Construct,” Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, University of Virginia (March 10-11, 2014).
Invited Speaker, “The Lawyer as Virtuous Actor: Is that Still Possible?,” Lawyering and Psychology: Coalescing the Field, UNLV/Boyd School of Law (February 21-22, 2014). Watch here.
Invited Speaker, “Navigating Multiple Fiduciary Duties: Watch Out for the Rocks!,” Texas General Counsel Forum, San Antonio (November 15, 2013).
Moderator, “Understanding Tragedy, The Impact of the JFK Assassination on Dallas,” Politics Track, featuring Stephen Carter, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, Mayor Mike Rawlings, and Hon. Margaret Spellings (November 2, 2013).
Invited Speaker, “Law-as-Performance,” Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, University of London/Birkbeck College (March 22-23, 2013).
Invited Speaker, “Legal Fictions,” World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (conference page), Goethe University, Frankfurt (August 15-20, 2011).
Panelist, “The Poetry of Emily Dickinson,” McKinney Avenue Contemporary (May 25, 2011).
Invited Speaker, “What Is a Virtuous Lawyer?” presentation at the Meaning of Virtue in the Professions lecture series, Dallas Institute/SMU (February 1, 2011).
Panelist/Presenter, “Martin Luther King’s ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ and the Law-Morality Problem,” at Just and Unjust Laws: A Civil Rights Discussion, Dallas Institute (December 6, 2010).
Invited Speaker, “Truth in Context: Thinking about Law as and of Environment,” Fellows Symposium, Dallas Institute (November 7, 2009).
Invited Speaker, “Truth in Context: Sketching a (New) Historicist Legal Pedagogy,” Beyond Text in Legal Education, University of Edinburgh (June 20-21, 2009).
Panelist, “Humanistic Critiques of Legal Education,” Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Suffolk University (April 3-4, 2009).
Panelist, “Are We Converging Yet?,” Competition Law: A View from Both Sides of the Atlantic, WS Society, Edinburgh (October 13, 2008).
Invited Speaker, “We, the People – Beyond November 4th,” Dallas Institute (November 19, 2008).
Moderator, “The Future of Race, Class, and the Law,” one of four tracks at the Dallas Festival of Ideas, featuring David Brooks, Nicholas Kristof, Elizabeth Kolbert, Maya Wiley, and Michael Beschloss (November 8, 2008).
Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, “Essential Elements of an Effective Antitrust Compliance Program,” “How Stories Become Legal Rules: A Kansas Case,” “A Narrative Theory of Legal Pedagogy,” and “From Law School to Law Practice: Transitional Strategies,” Washburn University School of Law (April 3, 2008).
Invited Speaker, “How Lawyers (Come to) See the World: A Narrative Theory of Legal Pedagogy,” International Conference on the Future of Legal Education, Georgia State University College of Law (February 20-24, 2008).
Invited Speaker, “Law, Humanities, and the Future of the Legal Profession,” Hall Center for the Humanities, University of Kansas (January 9, 2008).
Invited Speaker, “Bellerophon Taming Pegasus: Does Law’s Tie Bind or Strangle?,” Fellows Symposium, Dallas Institute (December 1, 2007).
Seminar Leader, “Institutionalizing Narratives as Legal Rules: The Case of Evidence at Trial,” University of Edinburgh Legal Theory Reading Group (November 21, 2007).
Invited Speaker, “Measure for Measure: The Rule of Law and the Possibility of Justice,” Dallas Institute Summer Teachers Institute (July 12, 2007).
Seminar Leader, “Institutionalizing Narratives: A Transformational Theory of Law and Democracy,” Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh (May 2, 2007).
Invited Speaker, “A Clash of Pieties: Antigone and the Roles of Law and Family,” Fellows Symposium, Dallas Institute (November 4, 2006).
Faculty Member, “Turning Great Expectations into Reality,” a presentation at the Chief Recruitment & Professional Development Officers’ Forum presented by American Lawyer
(April 3, 2006).