Faculty Speaker Series
The Faculty Speaker Series invites scholars doing important, interesting research to present their projects to the Law School faculty and interested students. The scholars are either Law School faculty or faculty from other law schools or universities, and the research includes legal issues, interdisciplinary areas, and pedagogy. The goal of the Series is to enhance the intellectual life of the law school, by providing a venue for dialogue among Law School faculty members and between our faculty and outside scholars. This dialogue is key to maintaining a vibrant environment at the Law School for scholarly discussion, including discussions about how to apply research and influence critical areas of law and society.
Fall 2016 Faculty Speaker Series schedule
- Milan Markovic
, "How Cosmopolitan Are International Law Professors?"
- James McGrath
, "Integrating Effective Cognitive Learning Techniques into Your Doctrinal Class"
- Nancy Rappaport
, Special Counsel to the President of UNLV, Garman Turner Gordon Professor of Law, William S. Boyd School of Law, Affiliate Professor of Business Law and Ethics, Lee Business School, "Law Firm Incentives, Default Rules and Ethics"
- Charlotte Ku
and Dr. Paul F. Diehl
, Ashbel Smith Professor of Political Science; Associate Provost and Director, Center for Teaching and Learning; School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas, "The Primary Effects of Secondary Rules: Institutions and Multi-level Governance"
- Glynn Lunney
, "Copyright's Excess"
- William Byrnes
, "How Much Does It Cost to Roast a Cup of Starbucks?"
- Monika Ehrman
, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law, topic t.b.d.
- Saurabh Vishnubhakat
, "The Non-Doctrine of Redundancy"
- Bill Henning
, "The Uniform Wage Garnishment Act"