Events Archive

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September 12, 2006 Special Event LAPA Faculty Retreat Sponsored by LAPA and UCHV
January 24, 2007 LAPA Seminar Wibren van der Burg, Tilburg University and UCHV Visitor, Princeton Essentially Ambiguous Concepts and the Fuller-Hart-Dworkin Debate
February 8, 2007 Fellows Lunch John Borneman, Professor of Anthropology, Princeton University
February 12, 2007 LAPA Seminar Chibli Mallat, EU Jean Monnet Chair of European Law; Director, European Union Center, St. Joseph's University Middle Eastern Law: A World-Legal Family?
February 15, 2007 Fellows Lunch Paul Krugman, Professor of Economics, Princeton University
February 15, 2007 Jeremy Waldron, University Professor at New York University School of Law Public Reason and Justification in the Courtroom -- A LAPA/PEPA Seminar
February 19, 2007 LEGS Seminar Andreas von Staden, WWS PhD candidate Shaping Human Rights Policy in Europe: Assessing and Explaining Compliance with the Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights
February 21, 2007 Special Event Edward Felten Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs Director, Center for Information and Technology Policy, Princeton University
February 22, 2007 Robert Gordon, Chancellor Kent Professor of Law and Legal History, Yale Law School The Legal Profession, 1870-2000
February 23, 2007 Teacher, Scholar, Citizen: Conference in Honor of Stan Katz Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall
February 26, 2007 LAPA Seminar Jennifer Nedelsky, University of Toronto Faculty of Law Reconceiving Rights: A Relational Approach
March 1, 2007 Fellows Lunch Edward Felten, Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs; Director, Center for Information and Technology Policy, Princeton University
March 2, 2007 Event to celebrate Walter Murphy's new book Panel discussion, reception, and book signing
March 5, 2007 LEGS Seminar Laura Weinrib, History PhD candidate A Test-Case of Vital Importance: United States v. Dennett and the Sex Side of Civil Liberties
March 8, 2007 Fellows Lunch Douglas Massey, Henry G. Bryant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University
March 9, 2007 Special Event Religious Freedom and the Constitution A Public Symposium by Princeton's Center for the Study of Religion
March 12, 2007 LEGS Seminar Nick Grono, Vice-President of the International Crisis Group Which Comes First: Peace or Justice?
March 12, 2007 LAPA Seminar Deborah Pearlstein, LAPA Visiting Scholar U.S. Executive Power and the Constitutional Challenges of Counterterrorism
March 15, 2007 Fellows Lunch Keith Whittington, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics, Princeton University
March 26, 2007 LAPA Seminar Jamie Mayerfeld, University of Washington & UCHV Fellow Should We Reject International Human Rights Law on the Grounds That It Is Undemocratic?
March 27, 2007 Student Events Deborah Pearlstein
March 29, 2007 Fellows Lunch Robert Keohane & Andrew Moravcsik
April 2, 2007 Oona Hathaway, Yale University International Law and Domestic Authority
April 2, 2007 LEGS Seminar Rob Hunter, Politics PhD candidate Miranda and the Boundaries of Judicial Influence
April 4, 2007 Anne James, Executive Director, International Justice Project The Death Penalty in the US: The Sentence with No Appeal
April 5, 2007 Special Event LAPA Review
April 5, 2007 Moffett Lecture with Kenji Yoshino, Yale Law School The End of Civil Rights?: The Supreme Court's Rejection of Identity Politics
April 9, 2007 LAPA Seminar Paul Schiff Berman, University of Connecticut School of Law & LAPA Fellow Global Legal Pluralism
April 10, 2007 Special Event Donald Clarke, George Washington University Law School Is Chinese Law Really Different?
April 12, 2007 LAPA Seminar Christopher L. Eisgruber, Princeton University Provost & Former LAPA Director Umpires, Idealogues and Justices: How to Evaluate Supreme Court Nominees
April 12, 2007 Special Event Lunch with Adam Michnik Visiting Lecturer in the Department of History & Editor-in-Chief of Poland's largest daily Gazeta Wyborcza
April 17, 2007 Student Events Chibli Mallat, LAPA Fellow and Visiting Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School
April 18, 2007 The Silence of the LGBT Community Internationally Scott Long, Human Rights Watch
April 19, 2007 Fellows Lunch Fellows Lunch
April 26, 2007 Fellows Lunch Fellows Lunch
April 27, 2007 Hannah Arendt and Little Rock Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Desegregation of Central High School
April 30, 2007 LEGS Seminar Barbara Buckinx, Politics PhD candidate Domination in Global Politics
May 1, 2007 The Constitution of Iraq Fifteen Legal Scholars Make Predictions
May 1, 2007 Student Events Laura Dickinson
May 2, 2007 Event to celebrate Keith Whittington's new book Political Foundations of Judicial Supremacy
May 3, 2007 Bernstein Lecture When Free Speech Insults Religion Robert C. Post, David Boies Professor of Law at Yale Law School
May 7, 2007 LAPA Seminar Laura Dickinson, University of Connecticut Law & LAPA Fellow Outsourcing War and Peace
May 8, 2007 Special Event Karl Shoemaker, University of Wisconsin at Madison & IAS The Devil's Justice
May 10, 2007 Fellows Lunch Viviana Zelizer, Lloyd Cotsen '50 Professor of Sociology at Princeton University
May 14, 2007 LAPA Seminar Mary Anne Case, University of Chicago Law School & LAPA Fellow On Feminist Fundamentalism
May 17, 2007 Fellows Lunch John Darley, Dorman T. Warren Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, Princeton University
May 31, 2007 A World of Legal Conflicts: Multiple Norms in the International System 31 May -- conference; 1 June -- off campus academic workshop
June 8, 2007 Problem-Solving Workshop: A New Legal Framework for Military Contractors?
September 17, 2007 Special Event Who's Afraid of Senator Byrd? The Constitution and the Uses of American History Princeton University Constitution Day Lecture, with Stan Katz
September 20, 2007 Fellows Lunch Cathy Cuff, Director of Information Technology at the Woodrow Wilson School
September 24, 2007 LEGS Seminar Welcome Session
September 26, 2007 Jacques Semelin Understanding Massacre? Exploring the Genocidal Process: Holocaust, Rwanda, Bosnia
September 27, 2007 Fellows Lunch Chuck Myers, Editor, Princeton University Press
September 28, 2007 The Third Annual LAPA Retreat Princeton Faculty, Graduate Students and Visiting Fellows Welcome
October 1, 2007 Robert Ellickson, Yale Law School Unpacking the Household: Informal Property Rights Around the Hearth
October 1, 2007 Special Event Sherry Hour with Robert Ellickson
October 2, 2007 Nuremberg: The Nazis Facing Their Crimes Film Screening & Discussion with the Director
October 8, 2007 LEGS Seminar Emily Zackin, Politics PhD candidate The American Positive Rights Tradition: Constitutionalizing Labor Rights in US States
October 11, 2007 Fellows Lunch David Hollander, Law and Legal Studies Librarian
October 15, 2007 LAPA Seminar Brian Tamanaha, St. John's Law School and Institute for Advanced Study The Realism of the 'Formalist' Age
October 18, 2007 Kathryn Hendley, University of Wisconsin at Madison Russia and the Rule of Law: The Putin Legacy
October 22, 2007 LEGS Seminar Gregoire Mallard, Sociology PhD candidate Sovereignty by Design
October 25, 2007 Fellows Lunch Carol Greenhouse, Professor of Anthropology
October 25, 2007 Freedom's Power: The True Force of Liberalism, by Paul Starr A Panel Discussion
November 5, 2007 LEGS Seminar Deborah Becher, Sociology PhD candidate Negotiating the Un-negotiable: What Makes a Government Taking for Private Development Legitimate?
November 8, 2007 Fellows Lunch Deborah Pearlstein
November 12, 2007 LAPA Seminar Jeff Dunoff, LAPA Fellow and Temple Law School Constitutional Conceits: The WTO Constitution and the Discipline of International Law.
November 15, 2007 Special Event Arthur Liman Public Interest Fellowship Information Session
November 15, 2007 Fellows Lunch Scott Horton, Columbia Law School
November 16, 2007 Special Event Law in Public Service: Not Just for Lawyers Scott Horton on Torture Wars
November 19, 2007 LEGS Seminar Arudra Burra, Philosophy PhD candidate
November 19, 2007 Importing Legal Ideas, Mary Ann Glendon, Harvard Law Walter F. Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism
November 19, 2007 Kosovo and Future Balkan Stability with James M. Pettifer The Princeton Kosovo Workshop
November 26, 2007 LAPA Seminar Patrick Macklem, University of Toronto Law School and IAS What is International Human Rights Law? Three Applications of a Distributive Account
November 29, 2007 Special Event Panel discussion of Christopher L. Eisgruber's new book The Next Justice: Repairing the Supreme Court Appointments Process
November 29, 2007 Fellows Lunch Stan Katz
December 3, 2007 LEGS Seminar Jessica Flanigan, Politics PhD candidate Electoral Vulnerability and Judicial Independence
December 4, 2007 Pakistan in Crisis: Law, Power and Politics under Pervez Musharraf Osama Siddique, Department of Law and Policy, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
December 6, 2007 Fellows Lunch Michael Oppenheimer
December 8, 2007 Church and State: Separation Anxiety, a panel taped for TV To be aired on Dan Rather Reports in January
December 10, 2007 LAPA Seminar Peter Lindseth, LAPA Fellow and University of Connecticut School of Law National Democracy / Supranational Delegation
December 11, 2007 Special Event Law in the Public Interest: Not Just for Lawyers Robert Ashbaugh on Potomac Fever: Not an STD -- An Insider's View of Law and Social Sciences in Government Service
December 12, 2007 Special Event The Lockerbie Bombing Case: A Miscarriage of Justice? Tony Kelly, University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) and Solicitor for Adelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi (man convicted of the bombing)
December 13, 2007 Fellows Lunch Peter Singer
December 14, 2007 The First Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze On Executive Power
January 11, 2008 Special Event Problem-Solving Workshop: A New Legal Framework for Military Contractors? Part II Follow-up workshop
February 4, 2008 LAPA Seminar John Gardner, University of Oxford H.L.A. Hart's Punishment and Responsibility: Introduction to the Second Edition
February 7, 2008 The Contributions of William H. Rehnquist to American Constitutional Jurisprudence A Conference
February 7, 2008 Fellows Lunch Chris Eisgruber, former director of LAPA and now provost at Princeton
February 11, 2008 LEGS Seminar The Return of Walter Murphy Walter Murphy discusses his new book and new agendas for research in the law and politics field
February 13, 2008 Criminal Justice Today: The Intersection Between Race and Criminal Prosecution in the American Legal System Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. delivers the 1st Annual Thurgood Marshall Lecture
February 14, 2008 Fellows Lunch Walter Murphy, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence, Emeritus
February 15, 2008 The Limits of Constitutional Democracy Constitutionalism Conference
February 18, 2008 LAPA Seminar Aidan O'Neill, Queen's Counsel, Edinburgh and London; LAPA Fellow Politics, Power and the Papacy: Challenges for Catholics in a Democratic Age
February 21, 2008 Fellows Lunch Paul Krugman
February 21, 2008 Nancy Fraser on Abnormal Justice Program in Ethics and Public Affairs (PEPA) Seminar
February 25, 2008 Carol Heimer, Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University; Senior Research Fellow at the American Bar Foundation; LAPA Fellow. Clinical Guidelines and the Politics of Health: Financing HIV Treatment
February 25, 2008 LEGS Seminar Graduate Programs in Legal Studies at Princeton
February 28, 2008 Fellows Lunch Nolan McCarty, acting dean of the Woodrow Wilson School
February 29, 2008 The Opportunity of Crisis: Integrating the University of Alabama Film screening and panel
March 3, 2008 LAPA Seminar Suzanne Last Stone '74, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University Pictures of God, Pictures of Law
March 4, 2008 Global Experiences in Constitution Writing: Latin America in Comparative Perspective
March 6, 2008 Fellows Lunch George Kateb, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics, Emeritus On Morality and Self-Sacrifice
March 10, 2008 LEGS Seminar Rob Hunter, Politics PhD candidate The Elusive Sovereign: The Search for a Theory of Constitutional Self-Government
March 13, 2008 Fellows Lunch Jennifer Widner, Woodrow Wilson School; Bobst Center for Peace & Justice
March 24, 2008 LEGS Seminar Maribel Morey, PhD candidate, History Reflections on Little Rock, 1957-1959: Writing as a Fellow Traveler of the Legal Process School
March 26, 2008 Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard Law School The Future of the Internet - and How to Stop It
March 27, 2008 Fellows Lunch Jan-Werner Mueller, Politics
March 31, 2008 LAPA Seminar Marci Hamilton, LAPA Fellow; Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University Challenging the Vatican in Court: The Child Sex-Abuse Cases
March 31, 2008 Special Event LAPA Late Breakfast (LEGS) Meet Incoming Graduate Student Admits!
April 3, 2008 Bernstein Lecture Political Judging Cass R. Sunstein, University of Chicago
April 3, 2008 Fellows Lunch Kwame Anthony Appiah, Philosophy and UCHV
April 4, 2008 Brunch in honor of Cass Sunstein 2008 Donald S. Bernstein '75 Lecturer
April 4, 2008 Special Event Follow-up seminar to discuss Cass Sunstein's work Cass Sunstein is the Third Annual Donald S. Bernstein '75 Lecturer
April 7, 2008 LEGS Seminar Intisar Rabb, Near Eastern Studies, PhD candidate Legal Maxims in Islamic Law: The Islamic Rule of Lenity
April 10, 2008 Frank Michelman, Harvard Law School Program in Ethics and Public Affairs Seminar, co-sponsored by LAPA
April 14, 2008 LAPA Seminar Carol Heimer, Northwestern University; American Bar Foundation; LAPA Fellow Expertise and Flexibility in Medicine and Law (What Happens when HIV Guidelines are Hardened by Law)
April 21, 2008 LEGS Seminar Kellam Conover, Classics PhD candidate The Democracy in Danger: Dorodokia and the Rise of the 'Crop of Traitors' 378-322 BCE
April 24, 2008 Fellows Lunch Nan Keohane, WWS
April 28, 2008 Harlan Lecture Terrorism Cases in Civilian Courts: Balancing the Powers of Government Leonie M. Brinkema, Judge, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
April 30, 2008 Bringing Justice Home: The Human Rights Trial of Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori Lisa J. Laplante with the Praxis Institute for Social Justice
May 6, 2008 Special Event Nick Grono, Deputy President (Operations), International Crisis Group LAPA Graduate Student Lunch
May 8, 2008 Fellows Lunch David Leheny
May 12, 2008 LAPA Seminar Robert B. Ahdieh '94, Emory University School of Law; LAPA Fellow International Law, Foreign Affairs, and the Federal State: Lessons from Coordination
May 14, 2008 Third Annual Comparative Law Works in Progress Workshop A co-sponsored conference
May 28, 2008 Special Event Marci Hamilton Live recording of Book TV on C-SPAN2
May 29, 2008 Law and Religion A conference for CLE credit
June 28, 2008 Special Event Marci Hamilton on BookTV Justice Denied
August 20, 2008 Special Event Orientation Lunch for incoming MPA/MPP students
September 2, 2008 Special Event LAPA Fellows Orientation
September 11, 2008 Fellows Lunch David Hollander Law & Legal Studies Librarian
September 12, 2008 Student Events Student Forum Information table at the Student Activities Fair
September 15, 2008 LEGS Seminar LEGS Welcome Dinner Law-Engaged Graduate Students
September 17, 2008 Constitution Day Lecture Thomas Jefferson and the Rights of Citizens
September 17, 2008 The End of Impunity: Forging the Modern Era of International Justice David Scheffer, Northwestern University
September 18, 2008 Fellows Lunch Cathy Cuff Director of Information Technology at the Woodrow Wilson School
September 19, 2008 Special Event The Fourth Annual LAPA Retreat at Mountain Lakes House
September 22, 2008 Special Event Deborah Pearlstein: Practice Job Talk Form and Function in the National Security Constitution
September 24, 2008 Special Event The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned Into a War on American Ideals Jane Mayer
September 24, 2008 Life, Times and Work of Florence Kelly, the First Female Factory Inspector in the US Leigh Bienen
September 25, 2008 Fellows Lunch LAPA Fellows Lunch
October 1, 2008 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Dinner
October 2, 2008 Fellows Lunch Stephen Macedo
October 3, 2008 Special Event Intisar Rabb Practice Job Talk
October 6, 2008 LAPA Seminar Malcolm Feeley, LAPA Fellow and UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) Where Have All the Women Gone? The Decline of Women in the Criminal Justice Process
October 10, 2008 The Industrial Organization of the Japanese Bar: Levels and Determinants of Attorney Income J. Mark Ramseyer, Harvard University Law School
October 13, 2008 LEGS Seminar Arudra Burra, Philosophy PhD Candidate Parliament and the Courts in Independent India
October 15, 2008 Terror and Consent A Book Event with Philip Bobbitt
October 16, 2008 Fellows Lunch Fellows Lunch
October 16, 2008 Undergraduate Associates Program LAPA Undergraduate Associates Program Welcome Dinner
October 20, 2008 LAPA Seminar Eric Weitz, University of Minnesota From the Vienna to the Paris System
October 22, 2008 Law in Public Service Inaugural Dinner MPP/MPA Series: Law in the Public Service: Not Just for Lawyers
October 22, 2008 Balakrishnan Rajagopal Ford International Associate Professor of Law and Development at MIT and director of its Program on Human Rights and Justice
October 23, 2008 Undergraduate Associates Program Reception with Justice Ginsberg for LAPA Undergraduate Associates
October 23, 2008 Harlan Lecture A Conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Princeton Provost Chris Eisgruber
October 24, 2008 Special Event Coffee Hour with Justice Ginsberg for LAPA Fellows
November 3, 2008 LAPA Seminar Sujit Choudhry, University of Toronto Law School and NYU Law School Rethinking Comparative Constitutional Law
November 5, 2008 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop
November 6, 2008 Fellows Lunch Stan Katz, Politics and International Affairs
November 6, 2008 Jules Coleman, Yale University The Moral Semantics of Legal Discourse
November 6, 2008 Joaquim Barbosa Gomes, Brazilian Supreme Court A Conversation
November 7, 2008 Mass Murder and the Management of Memory: Europe and East Asia after the 2nd World War
November 10, 2008 LEGS Seminar Thinking Outside the Box after Graduate School A discussion with Paul Frymer and Kim Lane Scheppele
November 12, 2008 Geoffrey Robinson , UCLA 'If You Leave Us Here, We Will Die' - Mass Violence and Intervention in East Timor
November 13, 2008 Fellows Lunch Chris Eisgruber, former Director of LAPA and now Provost at Princeton
November 14, 2008 Undergraduate Associates Program Presidential Elections and the Law of Democracy A Panel Discussion
November 17, 2008 LAPA Seminar Risa Goluboff, Virginia Law People out of Place: The Sixties, the Supreme Court, and Vagrancy Law
November 20, 2008 Fellows Lunch Paul Krugman, WWS
November 20, 2008 What Should the FCC Do About Net Neutrality? Phil Weiser
November 20, 2008 Law in Public Service American Government in the 21st Century -- Does the Constitution Matter Anymore? With Mickey Edwards
November 24, 2008 LEGS Seminar Legal Dissertations
December 1, 2008 LAPA Seminar Mark Brandon, LAPA Fellow & Vanderbilt University Constitutionalism and the Education of American-Indian Children: A Critique of Civic Education
December 2, 2008 Criminal Injustice and Social Justice Roberto Gargarella
December 3, 2008 Special Event Criminal Justice Workshop
December 3, 2008 Special Event Semantic Originalism Lawrence B. Solum, University of Illinois Law School
December 4, 2008 Fellows Lunch Tom Poole, LAPA Visitor & LSE
December 4, 2008 Law in Public Service John C. Dehn, United States Military Academy
December 5, 2008 Beyond Elections The Democratic Legitimacy of New Forms of Representation
December 5, 2008 Special Event Christopher Beauchamp Luncheon Seminar, Technology's Trials: Patent Litigation in the Second Industrial Revolution.
December 8, 2008 The Religious Exemptions Debate Douglas Laycock
December 8, 2008 LEGS Seminar Daniel Mark, Politics PhD Candidate Perjury and the Power of the Court
December 10, 2008 Special Event Unbundling Constitutionality Richard Primus, University of Michigan Law School
December 10, 2008 Norman Naimark, Stanford University Human Rights Colloquium
December 11, 2008 Fellows Lunch Book celebration: Franz Kafka: The Office Writings honoring Jack Greenberg, Stanley Corngold, and Benno Wagner
December 12, 2008 Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze The Schmitt Schmooze
December 12, 2008 Undergraduate Associates Program Student lunch with Princeton ConLaw Schmooze attendees
February 2, 2009 LAPA Seminar Christopher Beauchamp, LAPA Fellow Technology's Trials: Patent Litigation during the Second Industrial Revolution
February 4, 2009 Reading Law Reading Session 1: Reading Legal Actors
February 6, 2009 Fourth Annual Comparative Law Works in Progress Workshop At Princeton University
February 9, 2009 LEGS Seminar Santiago Montt, MPP Student, WWS Latin American Position on State Responsibility. Looking into the Past for Lessons on the Future
February 11, 2009 Aryeh Neier, President, Open Society Institute Peace v. Justice: Is There a Conflict? If so, What is to be Done?
February 11, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 2: Textual Interpretation
February 12, 2009 Moffett Lecture with Martha Nussbaum, University of Chicago Same-Sex Marriage: Beyond the Politics of Disgust
February 16, 2009 LAPA Seminar Susan Bibler Coutin, University of California at Irvine Re/Membering the Nation
February 17, 2009 Renata Salecl, Senior Researcher in the Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law, Ljubljana, Slovenia Tyranny of Choice: Subjectivity in Post-Industrial Capitalism
February 17, 2009 Renata Salecl, Senior Researcher in the Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law, Ljubljana, Slovenia Tyranny of Choice: Subjectivity in Post-Industrial Capitalism
February 18, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 3: Writers and Readers
February 23, 2009 LEGS Seminar Michael Sullivan, PhD candidate, Politics The Right of Abode as the Precondition for Representing Undocumented Immigrants in the U. S. Legal System
February 25, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 4: Rhetoric, Meaning, Interpretation
February 25, 2009 Law in Public Service The Transformative Influence of Representing Guantanamo Prisoners:How A Corporate Lawyer Became A Human Rights Lawyer With David Remes
February 26, 2009 Special Event The Challenge of Closing Guantanamo - Experiences and Reflections of a Guantanamo Habeas Lawyer David Remes, Human rights attorney for Guantanamo Detainees
February 27, 2009 Undergraduate Associates Program Student lunch with David Remes
March 2, 2009 LAPA Seminar * POSTPONED: NEW DATE TBA * Noah Zatz, LAPA Fellow & UCLA Law School Accounting for Care in the Age of Work
March 4, 2009 Cheney Rules: What the Obama White House Can Learn from the 'Angler' Barton Gellman '82
March 4, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 5: Narrative Transactions
March 6, 2009 Race and Real Estate A three day conference at Princeton University
March 9, 2009 LEGS Seminar Rohit De, PhD student, History Emasculating the Executive? Emasculating the Executive? The Federal Court and Civil Liberties in Late Colonial India: 1942-1944
March 9, 2009 Law in Public Service Protecting the national security while preserving the Constitution Jonathan Fredman '79, Assistant Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Special Programs
March 10, 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate Alfred Brophy, UNC Law
March 10, 2009 Special Event Justice After Bush: Should Former Administration Officials be Prosecuted?
March 11, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 6: Untransacted Narratives
March 11, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 6: Untransacted Narratives
March 11, 2009 Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity: A Colloquium Series Ronald Grigor Suny
March 23, 2009 LEGS Seminar Philip Wallach, PhD student, Politics Policy Erosion and Policy Maintenance: The Case of the Glass-Steagall Act
March 23, 2009 Philip Wallach, PhD student, Politics Policy Erosion and Policy Maintenance: The Case of the Glass-Steagall Act.
March 23, 2009 Special Event After the Shooting Stops: Challenges Facing Domestic Prosecutions of War Crimes in Bosnia & Herzegovina David Schwendiman, Deputy Chief Prosecutor, Special Department for War Crimes, Bosnia & Herzegovina State Prosecutor's Office
March 24, 2009 Caring Labor in International Perspective Panel Discussion
March 25, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 7: Silence and Speech
March 26, 2009 The Transformation of the Internet Christopher Yoo, University of Pennsylvania Law School
March 30, 2009 The New Terrain of International Law: International Courts in International Politics Karen Alter, Northwestern University
March 30, 2009 LAPA Seminar Ingolf Pernice, LAPA Fellow and Humboldt University, Berlin Possible Meaning and Implications of Global Constitutionalism
March 30, 2009 Special Event LAPA Late Breakfast Meet Incoming Graduate Students
March 31, 2009 Special Event Office Hours with John Bellinger Sign up at 419 Roberston Hall
April 1, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 8: Discourse and Dialogue
April 1, 2009 Public Speaker International Law Challenges for the Obama Administration: From Closing Guantanamo to Engaging the International Criminal Court John B. Bellinger III
April 2, 2009 Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity: A Colloquium Series Jacqueline Bhabha
April 2, 2009 Morton Horwitz, Harvard Law School Brown v. Board of Education and The Warren Court
April 6, 2009 LAPA Seminar Noah Zatz, LAPA Fellow & UCLA Law School Accounting for Care in the Age of Work
April 8, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 9: Reading Evidence
April 13, 2009 LAPA Seminar Liisa Malkki, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University Baby Animals and Welfare Pigeons: On the Uses of the Nonhuman in the Cultivation of Humanitarian Sentiment
April 15, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 10: Law, Narrative, and Cultural Authority
April 16, 2009 Bernstein Lecture Defending Human Rights in Times of Terror The Honorable Dorit Beinisch, President of the Supreme Court of Israel
April 16, 2009 Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity: A Colloquium Series Andrew James Nathan, Columbia University
April 20, 2009 LEGS Seminar Kellam Conover, PhD candidate, Classics Anti-Bribery Legislation in Practice: How Legal Inefficacy Strengthened the Athenian Democracy.
April 21, 2009 Reparations: The Future of the Debate Melissa Nobles, Political Science, MIT
April 21, 2009 Undergraduate Associates Program The Art of Legal Blogging Panel discussion featuring Lyle Denniston, Ilya Somin, and Alex Wohl
April 22, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 11: Law as Performative
April 22, 2009 Law in Public Service A Conversation With Barton Gellman and Dafna Linzer
April 24, 2009 Christine Desan, Harvard Law School Making Money: The Measure of the Market Reconsidered
April 27, 2009 LAPA Seminar Christina Murray, LAPA Fellow & University of Cape Town Constitution-Making in Kenya: Politicians, Elites, Experts and the People
April 28, 2009 Law in Public Service Creating Constitutions Christina Murray, LAPA Fellow and University of Cape Town
April 29, 2009 Peter Brooks - Reading Law Reading Session 12: The Rule of Law
May 1, 2009 Prison-Based Higher Education Workshop
May 1, 2009 Special Event Lunch with Walter Murphy and Sandy Levinson
May 4, 2009 LEGS Seminar Nurfadzilah Yahaya, PhD candidate, History Department Arabs under English law in the British Straits Settlement of Singapore, 1880-1941
May 12, 2009 RESCHEDULED: Reparations: The Future of the Debate Adrienne Davis, Washington University Law
May 26, 2009 Law and Society Association Early Career Workshop 2009 in Denver, Colorado
September 16, 2009 Special Event Graduate Student Welcome Reception with the LAPA Fellows
September 21, 2009 Constitution Day Lecture How Small Emergencies Undermine Big Constitutional Principles
September 29, 2009 Regulating Executive Compensation: Ought There to be a Law?
September 30, 2009 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Lisa Miller, associate professor of political science, Rutgers University
October 2, 2009 Special Event The Fifth Annual LAPA Retreat Mountain Lakes House
October 8, 2009 Law in Public Service The Law in Post-Conflict Societies Clive Baldwin, Senior Legal Advisor, Human Rights Watch
October 12, 2009 LAPA Seminar Marc Galanter, University of Wisconsin-Madison & the London School of Economics 'A Well-Known Profession:' The Corporate Hemisphere of the American Legal Profession through the Wrong End of the Telescope
October 13, 2009 Public Speaker Lawyers and Law: Challenges Facing the Legal Profession and Its Impact on Law A panel discussion
October 19, 2009 The Expanding Web of Immigration Detention and Deportation Policy: Challenges for The Executive, Congress, and the Courts Nancy Morawetz '76, New York University School of Law
October 19, 2009 LEGS Seminar Matthew Axtell, PhD candidate, History Department An Unfinished Division: Law, Intercourse, and the Democratic Functions of a Mountain Canal in Virginia, 1812-1865
October 19, 2009 Law in Public Service The Expanding Web of Immigration Detention and Deportation Policy: Challenges for the Executive, Congress and the Courts Nancy Morawetz '76, Founding Director of the Immigrant Law Clinic, NYU School of Law
October 20, 2009 Public Speaker Law's Allure: How Law Shapes, Constrains, Saves, and Kills Politics Gordon Silverstein, University of California at Berkeley
October 21, 2009 Thinking About How We Research 1989 The Challenges of Doing Primary-Source Research in a Country Undergoing Social, Political, and Economic Transformation
October 22, 2009 The Global 1989: A New Generation A three day conference at Princeton University
October 22, 2009 The Global 1989: A New Generation A three day conference
October 26, 2009 LAPA Seminar John D. Skrentny, University of California San Diego After Civil Rights: Race, Immigration and Law in the American Workplace
October 28, 2009 Crime and Punishment Workshop Arie Friedberg, Monash University
October 28, 2009 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Arie Freiberg, Dean of the Faculty Law at Monash University, Non-Adversarial Sentencing
November 9, 2009 LAPA Seminar Eli Salzberger, LAPA Fellow and University of Haifa The Law and Economics Analysis of Intellectual Property: Paradigmatic Shift From Incentives to Traditional Property
November 11, 2009 Special Event Andrew P. Morriss, University of Illinois College of Law; Craig A. Nard, Case Western Reserve University School of Law An Interest Group Perspective on Patent Law's Development
November 11, 2009 Special Event Full Court Press The Supreme Court, the Media, and Public Understanding
November 11, 2009 Student Events Lunch with Ann O'Leary, Berkeley CHEFS
November 16, 2009 LEGS Seminar Jacob Olidort, Ph.D. candidate, Near Eastern Studies Between Rite and Responsibility
November 23, 2009 LAPA Seminar Ralf Michaels, LAPA Fellow; Duke University School of Law U.S. Courts as World Courts - Practice, Theory, Legitimacy
November 23, 2009 Emerging Powers and Global Order Andrew Hurrell, Balliol College, Oxford
November 30, 2009 LEGS Seminar Yael Berda, Ph.D. candidate, Sociology Administrative Memory and Colonial Legacies
November 30, 2009 The International Delegation of Regulatory Authority: Food Safety, Health Regulations, and Free Trade under the WTO Tim Buthe, Duke University
December 3, 2009 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Joshua Page, University of Minnesota, Power by Proxy: The Strategic Alliance Between Prison Officers and Crime Victims.
December 3, 2009 Undergraduate Associates Program Clayton Marsh, University Counsel American Trials, American Stories
December 3, 2009 Law in Public Service Lessons Learned from Gitmo Scott Horton, Law Professor, Columbia Law School; Contributing Editor, Harper's Magazine
December 7, 2009 LAPA Seminar Judith Resnik, Yale Law School Detention, Habeas Corpus, Specialized Tribunals, and the War on Terror: Violence in the Constitutional Jurisprudence of the Federal Courts
December 8, 2009 The Other Side of Immigration Film Screening and Conversation with director Roy Germano
December 11, 2009 Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze On the Conservative Legal Era
December 14, 2009 LEGS Seminar Laurie Ball, MPA student, Woodrow Wilson School Legality and Legitimacy in International Criminal Law: The Former Yugoslav Criminal Code's Implications for the ICTY's Jurisprudence
February 3, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 1: Words and Law: from the Hebrew Bible
February 8, 2010 LAPA Seminar Kenji Yoshino, NYU School of Law The Choice of the Three Fathers: Henry IV, Falstaff, and the Lord Chief Justice in Shakespeare's Henriad
February 15, 2010 LEGS Seminar Chinese Contexts for Natural Law as Mandated by Heaven? Dennis Yap, Graduate Student, Politics
February 16, 2010 Church State Scripture (Rescheduled from Feb. 10) Session 2: Ways of Reading the Gospels
February 17, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 3: Paul's Epistles
February 17, 2010 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Amy Kate Bailey, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Population Research, Practicing What They Preach? Lynching and Religion in the American South, 1890 - 1929
February 22, 2010 LAPA Seminar Jeannine Bell, LAPA Fellow; Indiana University Maurer School of Law Hate Thy Neighbor: Violence and the Defense of White Neighborhoods
February 24, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 4: Law Staged and Inflicted
February 27, 2010 TODAY: Race, Immigration and the Law of the Workplace 21st Century Challenges
March 1, 2010 LEGS Seminar John Palmer, Graduate Student, WWS Quantifying the Legal Value of Naturalization in Europe Over Time: The Changing Economic, Social and Political Rights of Long-Term Residents in Eighteen European States.
March 3, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 5: Reading the Qur'an
March 3, 2010 Harlan Lecture The Honorable Stuart Rabner, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey The New Jersey Supreme Court: A Perspective from the Bench
March 8, 2010 LAPA Seminar Sally J. Kenney, Newcomb Memorial College Institute; Tulane University Making the Case for Women Judges
March 9, 2010 Good Edge, Bad Edge: Connectivity, Constraint and Coordination in Networks Mathew McCubbins, Provost Professor of Business, Law and Political Economy at the University of Southern California
March 10, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 6: Meta-Readings of Law and Religion
March 10, 2010 Democratic Elections in America After Citizens United A panel discussion
March 11, 2010 A Few Words on Mill, Walzer, and Nonintervention Michael Doyle, Columbia School of Law
March 22, 2010 LAPA Seminar Bernadette Meyler, LAPA Fellow; Cornell University Pardoning, Theatricality, Sovereignty
March 23, 2010 Public Speaker Ambassador Gabriela Shalev, Permanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations Israel at the United Nations
March 24, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 7: Reading Religion/Reading Law
March 24, 2010 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Marie Gottschalk, Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania
March 24, 2010 Public Speaker Prince Zeid Ra'ad Zeid al Hussein, Ambassador of Jordan to the United States On Crises and Compression: Considerations of a Jordanian Diplomat
March 25, 2010 The Judiciary and the Right to Health An International Conference
March 25, 2010 Toxic Matters: Law, Science & Risk in an Ecuadorian Lawsuit Against the Chevron Corporation
March 25, 2010 Public Speaker Toxic Matters: Law, Science & Risk in an Ecuadorian Lawsuit Against the Chevron Corporation Suzana Sawyer, University of California, Davis
March 26, 2010 The Challenge of Racial Inequality in a Post-Racial World: Race, Rights and Public Policy in the Age of Obama
March 26, 2010 The Challenge of Racial Inequality in a Post-Racial World Race, Rights and Public Policy in the Age of Obama
March 31, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 8: Reading Religious Symbols and Displays
April 5, 2010 LAPA Seminar R. Shep Melnick, Boston College The Great Debate over the Civil Rights State
April 6, 2010 Law in Public Service The Joys and Snares of Adversarial Legalism: Some Advice for Public Administrators R. Shep Melnick, Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. Professor of American Politics, Boston College
April 7, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 9: The Languages of Christianity in Anglo-American Law
April 12, 2010 LEGS Seminar Joseph Younger, Graduate Student, History Slave Law and Strategic Citizenship: Frontier Violence, Factional Politics and National Sovereignty in the Rio de la Plata Borderlands (1850-1864)
April 14, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 10: Law, Education, and Religious Interpretation
April 14, 2010 Public Speaker 2009-10 Jorde Symposium: Richard H. Pildes, NYU School of Law Ungovernable America? The Causes and Consequences of Polarized Politics
April 16, 2010 Special Event Militant Democracy Workshop
April 19, 2010 LAPA Seminar Susanna Blumenthal, LAPA Fellow; University of Minnesota Law School and Department of History The Mind in Issue: Consciousness and Liability in the 19th-Century American Courtroom
April 21, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 11: Authoritative Interpreters in Religion and Law
April 21, 2010 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop
April 22, 2010 Evgenia Kermeli, Bilkent University; Harvard Law School Legal Pluralism in a Pre-Modern Empire: Muslim and Non-Muslim Litigants in Ottoman Courts
April 26, 2010 LEGS Seminar Arudra V. Burra, Ph.D. candidate, Philosophy The Significance of Consent
April 27, 2010 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Associate Lunch with Bernadette Meyler, LAPA Fellow; Cornell University
April 28, 2010 Church State Scripture Session 12: Rethinking the Nomos
April 28, 2010 Bernstein Lecture Fidelity and Flux: How We Build Our Constitution Jack Balkin, Knight Professor of Constitutional Law and the First Amendment at Yale Law School
April 30, 2010 Ken Mack, Harvard University Representing a Race: The Creation of the Civil Rights Lawyer
May 3, 2010 LAPA Seminar Jim Staihar, LAPA Fellow; University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business Forgiving Criminals
May 4, 2010 Courting the State: Law in the Making of the Modern American State William E. Forbath, University of Texas-Austin
September 14, 2010 The Sixth Annual LAPA Retreat Princeton Italian-American Sportsmen's Club
September 14, 2010 Special Event The Sixth Annual LAPA Retreat Princeton Italian-American Sportsmen's Club
September 16, 2010 Constitution Day Program The Constitution in a Time of War: The Trial of Minoru Yasui
September 20, 2010 Special Event Graduate Student Welcome Reception with the LAPA Fellows
September 27, 2010 LAPA Seminar Maximo Langer, UCLA School of Law The Diplomacy of Universal Jurisdiction: The Regulating Role of the Political Branches in the Transnational Prosecution of International Crimes
October 4, 2010 LEGS Seminar Thinking Outside the Disciplinary Box a discussion with Paul Frymer and Kim Lane Scheppele
October 11, 2010 LAPA Seminar John Darley and Lawrence Solan Creating Harm without Doing Wrong
October 11, 2010 Steven Wilf, LAPA Fellow; Univ. of Connecticut School of Law Intellectual Property and Social Movements in 19th Century America
October 11, 2010 Law@Princeton A public conference in recognition of the 10th anniversary of the Program in Law and Public Affairs, Oct. 21-23
October 13, 2010 Rule of Law Development in China A public panel discussion
October 13, 2010 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Frank Zimring, UC-Berkeley School of Law: New York City's Crime Decline
October 18, 2010 LEGS Seminar Philip Wallach, Politics Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis and the Rule of Law
October 21, 2010 Special Event LAPA 10th Anniversary
October 25, 2010 LAPA Seminar Steven Wilf, LAPA Fellow; University of Connecticut Imagining and Beginning: Rethinking the Origins of American Law
November 8, 2010 LAPA Seminar Tanya K. Hernandez, LAPA Fellow; Fordham University Hate Speech and the Language of Racism in Latin America: A Lens for Reconsidering Global Hate Speech Restrictions
November 10, 2010 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop John Pratt, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand: Penal Excess and Penal Exceptionalism: Contrasts in Punishment between Anglophone and Scandinavian Societies
November 15, 2010 LEGS Seminar Matthew Axtell, History American Steamboat Gothic
November 17, 2010 The Burqa Ban: Has France (and Europe) Become Islamophobic? Patrick Weil, University of Paris
November 18, 2010 Patrick Weil, University of Paris Denaturalization Processes in France, the United Kingdom and the United States
November 22, 2010 LAPA Seminar Susan Karr, Mellon/LAPA Fellow in Law and the Humanities Jus gentium, Natural Rights, and Civil Liberties: Ulrich Zasius' Critique of Arbitrary Power
November 23, 2010 Charles L. Howard '72 Bridging the Gap . . . creating a fair and impartial culture
November 29, 2010 LEGS Seminar Daniel Mark, Politics A Critique of Joseph Raz's Theory of Authority
December 3, 2010 Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze Invisible Constitutions
December 6, 2010 LEGS Seminar Jessica Flanigan, Politics Liberalism and Medical Treatment
December 8, 2010 Crime and Punishment Workshop
December 8, 2010 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Keesha Middlemass, Rutgers University: Collateral Consequences of Criminal Justice Involvement
December 9, 2010 Stanley Fish, Visiting Professor, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law The Fugitive in Flight: Faith, Liberalism, and Law in a Classic TV Show
December 13, 2010 LAPA Seminar Janet McLean, LAPA Visiting Fellow; Professor of Law and Governance, University of Dundee The State the Crown and the Public in Nineteenth Century Britain
December 15, 2010 Teachers Unions and the Future of the Teaching Profession a one day public conference
February 2, 2011 Lectures and Talks Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 1: Punishment
February 7, 2011 LAPA Seminar John Borrows, University of Minnesota Law School Physical Philosophy: Mobility and Indigenous Peoples
February 9, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 2: Guilty Minds
February 9, 2011 Law in Public Service A Conversation With Paul J. Fishman '78 U.S. Attorney, District of New Jersey
February 10, 2011 Public Speaker Globalisation and Legal Scholarship William Twining, University College London
February 11, 2011 Sixth Annual Comparative Law Works in Progress Workshop at Yale University
February 14, 2011 LEGS Seminar Nurfadzilah Yahaya, History Colonial Development of Islamic Family Law in the British Straits Settlements and the Netherlands Indies
February 16, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 3: What Is an Agent?
February 16, 2011 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Laurie Krivo, Department of Sociology, Rutgers University: Race, Place, and Neighborhood Criminal Inequality
February 21, 2011 LAPA Seminar Anna Kirkland, LAPA Fellow; University of Michigan Ruling That Vaccines Don't Cause Autism: Credibility Struggles at the Vaccine Injury Compensation Court
February 23, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 4: Criminal Suspects
February 25, 2011 Public Speaker Egypt's Constitutional Revolution? Nathan J. Brown, George Washington University
February 25, 2011 Undergraduate Associates Program A Conversation with Nathan J. Brown for LAPA Undergraduate Associates
March 2, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 5: Confessions, Reliable and Unreliable
March 2, 2011 Law in Public Service A Conversation with The Honorable Rosalie Silberman Abella Justice, Supreme Court of Canada
March 3, 2011 Harlan Lecture Global Justice: The Power and the Pity The Honourable Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella
March 3, 2011 Undergraduate Associates Program Reception with Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella for LAPA Undergraduate Associates
March 7, 2011 LAPA Seminar Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, University of Buffalo Law School After Secularization: Governing through Spiritual Care
March 9, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 6: Law's Repressions
March 18, 2011 Colonies and Postcolonies of Law A one-day public conference
March 21, 2011 LEGS Seminar Laura M. Weinrib, History Dissertation Defense: The Liberal Compromise: Civil Liberties, Labor, and the Limits of State Power, 1917-1940
March 23, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 7: Consent, Legal and Psychological
March 23, 2011 Undergraduate Associates Program On Law School Reform Elizabeth Mertz, LAPA Fellow; American Bar Foundation; University of Wisconsin Law School
March 23, 2011 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Anne Piehl, Rutgers University: Location, Location, Location: The Impact of Guideline Grid Location on the Value of Sentencing
March 24, 2011 Law in Public Service Frank Upham, New York University School of Law Why Economists Misunderstand the Relationship between Property Rights and Economic Growth
March 28, 2011 LAPA Seminar Elizabeth Mertz, LAPA Fellow; American Bar Foundation; University of Wisconsin Law School Hearing Voices: A Study of America's Post-Tenure Law Professors
March 30, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 8: Legal and Psychoanalytic Linguistics
March 30, 2011 John Burroughs, Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy Nuclear Weapons and Compliance with International Humanitarian Law
March 31, 2011 Law in Public Service John C. Dehn, former Army detainee abuse prosecutor; J.S.D. candidate, Columbia University The Laws of War in Comparative Perspective: the Past, the Present and Implications for the Future
April 4, 2011 LEGS Seminar Avani Mehta Sood, Psychology The Plasticity of Harm: An Experimental Demonstration of the Malleability of Judgments in the Service of Criminalization
April 4, 2011 Jeffrey Tulis, Associate Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin Constitutional Decay and the Politics of Deference
April 6, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 9: Work of the Analyst/of the Advocate
April 11, 2011 LAPA Seminar Gordon Silverstein, LAPA Fellow; University of California, Berkeley U.S. War and Emergency Powers: The Virtues and Vice of Constitutional Ambiguity
April 11, 2011 Public Speaker Energy Plans, Policies, and Futures- How one federal agency is influencing your energy future Jon Wellinghoff, Chair, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
April 12, 2011 Bernstein Lecture Degrees of Freedom Yochai Benkler, Harvard Law School
April 13, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 10: Psychoanalysis in the Courtroom
April 13, 2011 Crime and Punishment Workshop Graduate Student Presentations
April 13, 2011 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Graduate Student Presentations
April 20, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 11: Remembering, Repeating, Working Through
April 21, 2011 Historical Legacies of Communism
April 25, 2011 Special Event The New Hungarian Constitution The Long Goodbye to Liberal Democracy?
April 27, 2011 Law, Psychoanalysis, and Ideas of Human Agency Session 12: Conclusions
May 2, 2011 Against the Profit Motive: The Transformation of American Government Nicholas Parrillo, Yale Law School
May 5, 2011 Special Event Freedom Bound: Law & the Colonizing of British North America Christopher Tomlins, University of California Irvine
May 11, 2011 Challenges to the ICC in a Changing World Order Ambassador Christian Wenaweser
May 19, 2011 Special Event Academic Freedom Wisconsin and Beyond
May 20, 2011 Global Legal Regulation and Social Science Measurements:
September 16, 2011 Special Event The Seventh Annual LAPA Retreat Princeton Italian-American Sportsmen's Club
September 22, 2011 Special Event Constitution Day Lecture Labor and the Constitution
September 22, 2011 The Normativity of Law Liam Murphy, New York University School of Law
September 26, 2011 Judging Around the World with Dame Sian Elias and Miguel Poiares Maduro
September 27, 2011 Special Event Graduate Student Welcome Reception with the LAPA Fellows
October 3, 2011 LEGS Seminar Intellectual Paths, Career Options A Conversation about Graduate Legal Studies at Princeton
October 4, 2011 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Associates Opening Dinner with the LAPA Fellows
October 5, 2011 Unusual Suspects: A Meditation on Civic Lapse Patricia J. Williams, Columbia University
October 6, 2011 Sonia Sotomayor: An American Life After Multiculturalism
October 10, 2011 Harlan Lecture The Court, the Constitution, and the Justice from Illinois: Justice John Paul Stevens in Conversation with Christopher Eisgruber
October 12, 2011 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Jason Schnittker, University of Pennsylvania, and Christopher Uggen, University of Minnesota: Growth in the U.S. Ex-Felon and Ex-Prisoner Population, 1948 to 2010.
October 17, 2011 LAPA Seminar Daniel Markovits, Yale Law School Toleration as Respect
October 21, 2011 International Law Weekend
October 24, 2011 LAPA Seminar Jennifer Nedelsky, University of Toronto Law School
October 26, 2011 LEGS Seminar Jessica Lowe, Ph.D. candidate, History The Hermeneutics of Southern Legal History: Uncovering the Politics of State and Local Courts in Federal Virginia
November 9, 2011 LEGS Seminar Nurfadzila Yahaya, History Ambiguous Subjects: The Place Of Arabs In Netherlands Indies During The Early Twentieth Century
November 10, 2011 Special Event Before (and After) Roe v. Wade New Perspectives on Backlash
November 14, 2011 LAPA Seminar Jeffrey Segal, CSDP Visiting Scholar; Stony Brook University Are Supreme Court Justices Merely Legislators in Robes?
November 14, 2011 Religion and Incarceration a dinner conversation with two prison chaplains
November 16, 2011 Public Speaker Maurizio Viroli, Politics
November 17, 2011 Special Event CANCELLED: The New Hungarian Constitution, Part II
November 17, 2011 The Public Uses of History Ethics, Education, and Historical Consciousness
November 28, 2011 LAPA Seminar Mitra Sharafi, University of Wisconsin Pure Parsi: Libel, Race and Group Membership in Colonial South Asia
November 30, 2011 LEGS Seminar PROGRAM CHANGE: John Palmer, Ph.D. Candidate, WWS Shared Cities, Separate Spaces: An 'Activity-Space' Approach to Racial Segregation and the Law
December 1, 2011 The Financial Crisis and the Path of Reform Michael Barr, University of Michigan Law School
December 1, 2011 Christopher Kutz, UC Berkeley Democratic Holy Wars: Democracy, Intervention, and Self-Defense
December 5, 2011 Public Speaker
December 5, 2011 Law and the Black Church, 1865-1940 Dylan Penningroth, Northwestern University
December 6, 2011 Law in Public Service Jeffrey M. Prieto, U.S. Department of Justice The Intersection of Law and Policy in Environmental Issues
December 9, 2011 Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze Constitutional Breakdown
December 12, 2011 LAPA Seminar Camille Robcis, Mellon/LAPA Fellow in Law and the Humanities; Cornell University The Law of Kinship: Anthropology, Psychoanalysis, and the Politics of the Family in France
December 13, 2011 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Peter Enns, Cornell University: The Public's Increasing Punitiveness and Its Influence on Mass Incarceration in the United States
February 6, 2012 A Roundtable on the Historical Study of Criminal Law
February 10, 2012 Seventh Annual Comparative Law Works in Progress Workshop at Princeton University
February 13, 2012 LAPA Seminar Michael Herz, Microsoft/LAPA Fellow; Cardozo School of Law Democracy Deficit or Democracy Surplus? Agency Rulemaking in the Electronic Age
February 14, 2012 Special Event Panel Discussion
February 16, 2012 Law in Public Service Barton Gellman and Dafna Linzer Journalism, Accountability and the Law
February 21, 2012 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Jeffrey Fagan, Columbia Law School
February 22, 2012 LEGS Seminar Avani Mehta Sood, Psychology
February 27, 2012 LAPA Seminar Michael McCann, LAPA/Crane Fellow; University of Washington Beyond Legal Mobilization: Rethinking Rights and Power
February 29, 2012 LEGS Seminar Tom Dannenbaum, Politics Patently Aggressive War, Mass Atrocity, and the Duty to Disobey
March 5, 2012 Undergraduate Associates Program Politics of Rights Michael McCann, LAPA/Crane Fellow; University of Washington
March 7, 2012 LEGS Seminar Matthew Birkhold, German Freud on the Court: Reinterpreting Child Pornography Law
March 8, 2012 Special Event UPDATED: Tamir Moustafa, Simon Fraser University Liberal Rights vs. Shariah in Malaysian Political Discourse
March 12, 2012 LAPA Seminar Eugene Kontorovich, IAS School of Social Science; Northwestern University Law
March 13, 2012 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Leslie Paik, City College of New York
March 29, 2012 Public Speaker Jack Goldsmith, Harvard Law School The Accountable Presidency After 9/11
March 30, 2012 Human Trafficking in the Twenty-First Century A two day conference
April 2, 2012 LAPA Seminar Bernadette Atuahene, LAPA Fellow; Chicago- Kent Law School Land Restitution in South Africa: Voices from Below
April 16, 2012 LAPA Seminar Arzoo Osanloo, LAPA Fellow; University of Washington Humanity and Forgiveness in Islamic Criminal Sanctioning in Iran
April 17, 2012 Special Event Human Rights in the Developing World: The Implications of the International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh Toby Cadman, International Criminal Law Specialist
April 18, 2012 LEGS Seminar UPDATE: Salla Garsky, Visiting Ph.D. Student, WWS/LAPA The Stragglers: State Agendas of Late Ratifiers to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
April 18, 2012 The Ideologies of Sexual (In)Difference A one-day symposium
April 19, 2012 Law in Public Service Jonathan J. Rusch, United States Department of Justice Fraud and the Psychology of Influence
April 20, 2012 Special Event The Humanities in the Public Sphere A Public Symposium
April 20, 2012 The Administrative Agency in an Electronic Age Co-sponsored by the Program in Law and Public Affairs, the Center for Information Technology Policy, and the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
April 24, 2012 Public Speaker A Russian Perspective on the International Financial Crisis Sergey Storchak, Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation
April 25, 2012 LEGS Seminar Liz Chiarello, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Woodrow Wilson School Exercising Discretion on the Front Lines of Healthcare: How Pharmacists Negotiate Legal and Medical Gatekeeping Roles
April 27, 2012 After Subaltern Studies Princeton South Asia Conference
April 30, 2012 LAPA Seminar Tayyab Mahmud, LAPA Fellow; Seattle University School of Law Debt and Discipline
May 1, 2012 Special Event Crime and Punishment Workshop Graduate Student presentations
May 1, 2012 Round Two: A Panel Discussion on the French Presidential Election
May 2, 2012 LEGS Seminar Chris Kendall, Politics Divided Sovereignty: Race and Constitutional Innovation in the American Empire
May 2, 2012 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Associate Dinner Arzoo Osanloo, LAPA Fellow; University of Washington
May 3, 2012 The Constitution and the Future of Marriage Stephen J. Macedo, Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Politics and the University Center for Human Values
May 4, 2012 Marriage, Morality, and the Law A Roundtable Workshop building upon the themes of the Walter F. Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism
May 8, 2012 LAPA Seminar Ralf Poscher, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg The Common Error in Theories of Adjudication: an Argument for a Doctrinal Approach
May 18, 2012 Jeffersonian Democracy: From Theory to Practice A Public Conference
September 13, 2012 Constitution Day Lecture: Imani Perry, African American Studies The Belief in Things Unseen: Frederick Douglass and the Constitutional Imagination
September 14, 2012 Special Event The Eighth Annual LAPA Retreat Princeton Italian-American Sportsmen's Club
September 19, 2012 Special Event Graduate Student Welcome Reception with the LAPA Fellows
September 21, 2012 Global Health Colloquium: David P. Fidler, Indiana University Global Health Jurisprudence Revisited: The Impact of Recent Developments in Global Health Politics on the Role of Law in Global Health
September 24, 2012 Workshop in American Studies: Lisa Ford, University of New South Wales The Legal History of the Pacific?
October 1, 2012 LAPA Seminar Martin Loughlin, Crane/LAPA Fellow; London School of Economics The Nature of Public Law
October 1, 2012 Workshop in American Studies: Ken Kersch, Boston College Beyond Segregationist Subterfuge: Stories About Federalism in Postwar Conservative Constitutionalism
October 3, 2012 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Associates Reception and Dinner with the LAPA Fellows
October 3, 2012 LEGS Seminar Avani Mehta Sood, Psychology The Plasticity of Harm in the Service of Criminalization Goals
October 8, 2012 LAPA Seminar Anthea Roberts, London School of Economics and Columbia Law School Clash of Paradigms: Actors and Analogies Shaping the Investment Treaty System
October 12, 2012 Saving Democracy in Europe
October 15, 2012 Digital Pathways to Peace? Online Dialogues in the Middle East
October 15, 2012 Special Event The Honorable Denny Chin, Judge of the United states Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit Great Asian American Trials
October 16, 2012 Undergraduate Associates Program Nathaniel Persily, LAPA Fellow / Columbia Law School Legal issues in the 2012 Election
October 17, 2012 Law in Public Service Dorian T. Warren, Columbia University The Politics of Labor Policy and the Future of the American Labor Movement
October 19, 2012 Judicial Institutions: Courts in Domestic and International Affairs
October 22, 2012 LAPA Seminar Alexander Somek, LAPA Fellow; University of Iowa From Emancipation to Empowerment: The European Union and the Individual
October 24, 2012 LEGS Seminar Going on the Law School Job Market A conversation with Nathaniel Persily, LAPA Fellow; Columbia Law School
October 25, 2012 International Law Weekend 2012
November 7, 2012 LEGS Seminar Anna Offit, Anthropology Anatomy of a Juror: Explicit Education about Implicit Bias
November 12, 2012 LAPA Seminar Lisa L. Miller, LAPA Fellow; Rutgers University What's the Matter with 'Our Federalism?': Constitutions, Collective Action, Competition and Quiescence
November 12, 2012 Special Event Sentencing
November 14, 2012 Undergraduate Associates Program Kathryn Hendley, LAPA Fellow / University of Wisconsin-Madison Rule of Law in Transition Settings - a Closer Look at Legal Reform in Russia
November 15, 2012 Janet Halley, Royall Professor of Law, Harvard University Traveling Marriage: The Law and Politics of Interstate (Non-)Recognition of Same-Sex Couples
November 19, 2012 LEGS Seminar NOTE NEW DATE, TIME AND LOCATION: Daniel Mark, Politics Traffic Lights, Nazis, and the Obligation to Obey the Law
November 26, 2012 LAPA Seminar David Eng, University of Pennsylvania and IAS Reparations and the Human
November 30, 2012 The Trials of Mikhail Khodorkovsky A Symposium on Russia and the Rule of Law
November 30, 2012 Public Speaker He Weifang, Peking University School of Law The Quest for Justice in China
December 3, 2012 Special Event Litigating Intellectual Property Cases
December 5, 2012 LEGS Seminar Vinay Sitapati, Politics Do Courts Matter: Evidence for the Indian Supreme Court
December 5, 2012 Public Speaker Sanford V. Levinson, University of Texas The Unexpected Relevance of the Federalist Papers
December 6, 2012 A Lecture with the Honorable Stuart Rabner, Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court Can You Believe Your Eyes? Eyewitness Identification in the 21st Century
December 6, 2012 Reva Siegel, Yale Law School
December 7, 2012 Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze Democracy and Accountability
December 11, 2012 LAPA Seminar Robert A. Kagan, University of California at Berkeley American Adversarial Legalism in the 21st Century: Spreading, Fading, or Still Entrenched?
January 24, 2013 LEGS Seminar Gwendolyn Gordon, Ph.D. Anthropology Maori Acumen: Talking Business and Talking Culture in an Indigenously Owned Corporation
February 6, 2013 Public Speaker Dieter Grimm, Former Justice of the Federal Constitutional Court of the Republic of Germany Who is Sovereign in the European Union?
February 6, 2013 LEGS Seminar Professional Workshop with Avani Mehta Sood and Kim Lane Scheppele
February 7, 2013 Special Event Graduate Seminar with Dieter Grimm Understanding the German Federal Constitutional Court
February 8, 2013 Special Event Breakfast with Justice Dieter Grimm Comparative Constitutional Law
February 11, 2013 LAPA Seminar Nathaniel Persily, LAPA Fellow; Columbia Law School The Health Care Case in the Public Mind: How the Supreme Court Shapes Public Opinion of Itself and the Laws it Considers
February 20, 2013 LEGS Seminar Neel Sukhatme, Economics Forum Shopping and Settlement Rates
February 22, 2013 Public Speaker Wang Xixin, Vice Dean of Peking University Law School Administrative Law as a Vehicle for Political Reform in China
February 25, 2013 LAPA Seminar Jens Meierhenrich, London School of Economics and IAS Exit, Voice, and Loyalty at the International Criminal Court
February 26, 2013 Constitutional Sentiments: From Emotions to Constitutional Institutions
February 27, 2013 Special Event Workshop Series in Case Study Research Kim Lane Scheppele, LAPA Director
February 27, 2013 Brigadier General Mark Martins A Conversation with the Chief Prosecutor of U.S. Military Commissions
March 1, 2013 Teaching Law & Humanities A discussion on the state and future of an idea
March 4, 2013 12th Annual Walter F. Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism Michael J. Sandel, Harvard University
March 6, 2013 LEGS Seminar Jessica Cooper, Anthropology Psychological Citizenship at the Costa County Mental Health Court
March 8, 2013 Complaints: Cultures of Grievance in Eastern Europe and Eurasia an Interdisciplinary Conference
March 11, 2013 LAPA Seminar George Bermann, Columbia Law School Navigating European Union and International Arbitration Law
March 13, 2013 Special Event Requiem for a Hedgehog The Life and Legacy of Ronald Dworkin
March 13, 2013 Special Event Workshop Series in Case Study Research Jennifer Widner & Laura Bacon, Princeton University
March 27, 2013 LEGS Seminar Angele Christin, Sociology Clicks or Pulitzers? Commensuration in online journalism in the United States and France
March 30, 2013 Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze Invitation Only
April 1, 2013 LAPA Seminar Kathryn Hendley, LAPA Fellow; University of Wisconsin-Madison
April 3, 2013 Special Event Workshop Series in Case Study Research Elizabeth Chiarello, Princeton University
April 3, 2013 Special Event POSTPONED: Nina Siulc, Rutgers University Doing Justice and Seeking Freedom: Explanations for Criminality among Deported Dominicans
April 6, 2013 Public Speaker Alex Salmond, First Minister of Scotland The Wealth & Well-being of Nations
April 10, 2013 LEGS Seminar Rene Flores, Sociology Taking the Law Into Their Own Hands: The Social Consequences of Anti-Immigrant Ordinances
April 16, 2013 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Lunch with Professor Martha Sandweiss Racial Laws in the American South
April 17, 2013 Public Speaker Fu Hualing, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law Rights Lawyering in an Authoritarian State: Struggle and Adaptation by China's Weiquan Lawyers
April 17, 2013 Special Event Workshop Series in Case Study Research Lisa L. Miller, LAPA Fellow; Rutgers University
April 18, 2013 Special Event Mellon Lecture Series Affirmative Action, Voting Rights, and the Roberts Court
April 23, 2013 Public Speaker The Honorable Joaquim Barbosa, President of the Brazilian Supreme Court Facing Constitutional Justice in Brazil
April 24, 2013 LEGS Seminar Yael Berda, Sociology From Colonial Subjects to Citizens and Suspects: How State Bureaucracy Made Citizenship in India, Israel and Cyprus After Independence
April 24, 2013 Public Speaker Forty Years After Roe V. Wade: Reproductive Justice in the Age of Mass Incarceration Lynn M. Paltrow, J.D., Executive Director, National Advocates for Pregnant Women
April 25, 2013 The International Criminal Court Ambassador Christian Wenaweser, Permanent Representative of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations
April 26, 2013 Disrobing the Law in American Culture A Graduate Conference
April 29, 2013 LAPA Seminar Judith Resnik, Yale Law School Bordering By Law: The Migration of Law, Crimes, Sovereignty, and the Mail
May 1, 2013 Special Event Workshop Series in Case Study Research Jens Meierhenrich, London School of Economics and IAS
May 2, 2013 8 the Play
May 6, 2013 Mary Anne Case, University of Chicago Why Evangelical Protestants Are Right When They Say That State Recognition of Same-Sex Marriages Threatens Their Marriages and What the Law Should Do About It
May 13, 2013 Special Event Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groningen European Citizenship
May 31, 2013 Bernstein Lecture The Changing Landscape of Higher Education: MOOCs, Money and the Future of Liberal Arts Education Christopher Eisgruber, Princeton University
September 18, 2013 Constitution Day Lecture: Alan Ryan, Department of Politics Two Roads From 1787: Elective Dictatorship or Deadlock?
September 20, 2013 Special Event The Ninth Annual LAPA Retreat Princeton Italian-American Sportsmen's Club
September 23, 2013 LAPA Seminar Heather Elliott, University of Alabama School of Law How the Supreme Court Dodged Marriage Equality Questions While Making Standing Doctrine Worse
September 24, 2013 Special Event Graduate Student Welcome Reception with the LAPA Fellows
September 26, 2013 POSTOPNED: The Friends of the Court: On the Front Lines with the First Amendment Floyd Abrams, Cahill Gordon & Reindel, LLP
October 1, 2013 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Associates Reception and Dinner with the LAPA Fellows
October 1, 2013 LEGS Seminar Peter Conti-Brown, History The Structure of Federal Reserve Independence
October 2, 2013 Special Event Full Court Press II: The Media Analyzes the Supreme Court
October 3, 2013 Fortunately There Were Rebels A Workshop on the Constituent Assembly Debates
October 7, 2013 LAPA Seminar Jamal Greene, Columbia Law School (Anti)Canonizing Courts
October 9, 2013 Martin Gold, Senior Counsel at Covington and Burling Congress and the Chinese Exclusion Laws: A Legislative History
October 9, 2013 LEGS Seminar Angele Christin, Sociology Qualities and Quantities: Performance Measurements and their Effects in the Workplace
October 14, 2013 Undergraduate Associates Program International Courts: a view from the European Court of Human Rights
October 15, 2013 LEGS Seminar Alex Acs, Politics Statutory Selection by Regulatory Agencies: Political Control in Bureaucracies
October 21, 2013 LAPA Seminar David Lieberman, LAPA Fellow; University of California, Berkeley
October 24, 2013 Special Event International Law Weekend 2013 Internationalization of Law and Legal Practice
October 24, 2013 LEGS Seminar Pam Mueller, Graduate Student, Psychology Mind Perception and Morality in the Justice System
November 5, 2013 LEGS Seminar Chris Kendall, Politics Selective Enforcement: Balancing Principals in the Colombian Constitutional Court
November 5, 2013 Law in Public Service Joel R. Reidenberg, CITP Visiting Professor; Fordham Law School The Privacy Superstorm for Schools and Businesses in the World of Cloud Computing
November 5, 2013 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with Georg Nolte
November 11, 2013 LAPA Seminar Anthony Chen, Northwestern University Beyond the Open Door: The Origins of Affirmative Action at Cornell and Michigan
November 12, 2013 LEGS Seminar Yael Berda, Sociology Subjects and suspects: how emergency laws and surveillance practices diffused in the former British Empire
November 12, 2013 Special Event The NYPD & Civil Liberties: How far is too far in protecting America? A conversation with journalists Matt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman
November 18, 2013 Special Event I Didn't Do It A Conversation about Wrongful Convictions
November 19, 2013 LEGS Seminar Vinay Sitapati, Politics Measuring the Impact of Court Judgments: Evidence from the Indian Supreme Court
November 21, 2013 Broken Social Contracts? The Eurocrisis in Southern Europe
November 25, 2013 LAPA Seminar Georg Nolte, LAPA Fellow; Humboldt University Berlin European Exceptionalism?
December 2, 2013 Law in Public Service Dorian T. Warren, Columbia University and Paul Frymer, Princeton Poverty, Labor and Race in America
December 3, 2013 LEGS Seminar Yael Berda, Sociology Citizen and Suspect: How colonial emergency laws shaped political membership in India, Israel & Cyprus
December 5, 2013 Public Speaker Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO, National Consitution Center Constitution 3.0: Freedom and Technological Change
December 5, 2013 Law in Public Service A conversation with Jeffrey Rosen President and CEO, of the National Constitution Center
December 5, 2013 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with David Lieberman
December 6, 2013 Public Speaker Constructing Constitutional Politics: The Reconstruction Strategy for Protecting Rights Mark Graber, University of Maryland School of Law
December 9, 2013 LAPA Seminar Gender-Balanced International Courts? A View From Strasbourg
December 10, 2013 Law in Public Service Nathan J. Brown, George Washington University Egypt's Constitutional Future
January 30, 2014 Criminal Justice Working Group Christopher Wildeman (Yale University) and Sarah Wakefield (Rutgers University) Children of the Prison Boom: Mass Incarceration and the Future of Inequality
February 7, 2014 Global Health Colloquium Climate Change, Global Health, and Human Rights: Lecture and Workshop
February 10, 2014 LAPA Seminar Vicki Schultz, Yale Law School Reimagining Affirmative Action
February 11, 2014 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with Daniel LaChance
February 13, 2014 Jerusalem, Peace & the Law Legal Issues Surrounding Jerusalem and the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process
February 17, 2014 Special Event Catherine Lee, Rutgers University Fictive Kinship: Family Reunification and the Meaning of Race and Nation in American Immigration
February 19, 2014 Law in Public Service U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis, III National Security Trials in Federal Court
February 21, 2014 Imagining Utopia: The Ideal In Everyday Life The Second Annual Princeton University, Temple University & University Of Pennsylvania Graduate Anthropology Conference:
February 24, 2014 LAPA Seminar Karen J. Alter, Northwestern University The New Terrain of International Law: International Courts and Democratic Politics
February 25, 2014 Criminal Justice Working Group Daniel LaChance, LAPA/Perkins Fellow; Emory University The Old West and the New American Death Penalty
February 25, 2014 Special Event Coffee talk with Mary Schapiro Former Chairperson, Securities and Exchange Commission
March 4, 2014 Special Event Whistleblowing in Society Tales from Two Who Told the Truth
March 4, 2014 Law in Public Service Cathy Harris and Thomas Tamm Truth telling by Public Servants: A discussion of the costs of Whistleblowing
March 4, 2014 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with George Bustin
March 6, 2014 Public Speaker Dieter Grimm, Humboldt University, Berlin The Role of National Constitutional Courts in European Democracy
March 7, 2014 Special Event Annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop
March 10, 2014 LAPA Seminar Bertrall Ross, LAPA Fellow; UC Berkeley School of Law Embracing Administrative Constitutionalism
March 24, 2014 LAPA Seminar R. Daniel Kelemen, LAPA Fellow; Rutgers University Constructing the European Judiciary
March 24, 2014 Special Event Tanya Hernandez, Fordham Law Discrimination in Latin America
March 24, 2014 Sara Dubow, Williams College A Constitutional Right Rendered Utterly Meaningless: Conscience Clauses and Abortion Politics, 1973-2013
March 25, 2014 Khaled Abou El Fadl, UCLA School of Law Islamic Law, Gender, and Human Rights
March 31, 2014 Special Event Christopher Bonastia, CUNY Southern Stalemate: Five Years without Public Education in Prince Edward County, Virginia
April 1, 2014 Keith Whittington, Politics Is the Constitution a Cage?
April 2, 2014 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with Judge Philip Carchman The Art of Judging: An Inside Look at Judicial Decision-Making
April 3, 2014 The Case of 22 Lewd Chinese Women A trial reenactment by Princeton students and narrated by Judge Denny Chin.
April 7, 2014 LAPA Seminar Albert Yoon, University of Toronto Faculty of Law Judicial Disharmony: A Study of Dissent
April 8, 2014 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with R. Daniel Kelemen LAPA Fellow; Rugters University
April 9, 2014 Special Event Jeannine Bell, University of Indiana Law School Hate Thy Neighbor , Move in Violence and the Persistence of Racial Segregation in American Housing
April 9, 2014 Law in Public Service Jeannine Bell, University of Indiana Law School Can't we be Your Neighbor? Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman and the Resistance to Blacks as Neighbors
April 11, 2014 Modern South Asia Early Career Workshop 2014 Cultures -- Past and Present
April 18, 2014 Global Health Colloquium: Eric A. Feldman, University of Pennsylvania Law School
April 21, 2014 LAPA Seminar Daniel LaChance, LAPA/Perkins Fellow; Emory University Executing Whiteness: Popular Representations of Capital Punishment in the United States, 1915-1940
April 21, 2014 Special Event John Skrentny, University of California-San Diego After Civil Rights: Racial Realism in the New American Workplace
April 21, 2014 David Fathi, American Civil Liberties Union Challenging Incarceration: Fighting for the Rights of 2.3 Million People in America's Prisons
April 22, 2014 Bernstein Lecture Can Our Democracy Survive the Supreme Court? Trevor Potter, Campaign Legal Center
April 23, 2014 Law in Public Service Cass Sunstein, Harvard University Law in the Public Service
April 23, 2014 Public Speaker Cass Sunstein, Harvard University Choosing Not to Choose
April 25, 2014 Student Events Neel Sukhatme, Ph.D. Candidate, Economics
April 28, 2014 Barbara Fried, Stanford Law School Facing up to Scarcity
April 29, 2014 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with Bertrall Ross Discrete and Insular? Reassessing the Political Power of the Poor
May 5, 2014 Dorothy Roberts, University of Pennsylvania Loving v. Virginia as a Civil Rights Decision
May 7, 2014 Criminal Justice Working Group Criminal Justice Working Group Graduate Student Presentations
May 12, 2014 Test Event This is a Test Event
May 23, 2014 Conference "Patriots or Invaders? - Immigrants in the Military in Modern America A two day public conference
May 30, 2014 Special Event Are Financial Institutions Too Big or Too Big to Fail?
September 12, 2014 Undergraduate Associates Program Student Activities Fair
September 16, 2014 Constitution Day Lecture with the Honorable Rush Holt Search and Seizure in the Snowden Era
September 18, 2014 Public Speaker Brave New World: Technology and Civil Liberties in the 21st Century Edward W. Felten, Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs
September 19, 2014 ACLU Conference: Civil Liberties in Times of War By invitation only
September 22, 2014 LAPA Seminar Jan-Werner Müller, Princeton University Europe’s Other Democracy Problem: Should Brussels Protect Democracy and the Rule of Law Inside EU Member States?
September 23, 2014 Lectures and Talks Herman van Rompuy, President of the European Council Europe: Continent in Crisis?
September 24, 2014 LEGS Seminar Matthew Erie, PIIRS Shari'a, Autonomy, and Freedom: The View from China
September 25, 2014 Lectures and Talks CTI Fall Symposium Inquiry on Law and Religious Freedom
September 29, 2014 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Associates Welcome Dinner
September 30, 2014 Criminal Justice Working Group Naomi Murakawa, Princeton University The First Civil Right: How Liberals Built Prison America
October 1, 2014 Graduate Student Event Graduate Students Welcome Reception
October 1, 2014 Lectures and Talks Lunchtime Roundtable Discussion: Haki Abazi, Rockefeller Brothers Fund
October 1, 2014 Lectures and Talks European Union Program: Turkuler Isiksel, LAPA Fellow; Columbia University Functional Constitutionalism in the European Union
October 6, 2014 LAPA Seminar Christoph Moellers, Humboldt University Law Faculty Why There is No Governing With Judges
October 8, 2014 Law in Public Service Michael Posner, founding executive director and former president, Human Rights First Human Rights in a Globalized World - the Expanding Role of Corporations
October 8, 2014 LEGS Seminar Neel Sukhatme, Economics Regulatory Monopoly and Differential Pricing in the Market for Patents
October 8, 2014 Lunch with Michael H. Posner Former Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor at the State Department; Professor of Business and Society, NYU’s Stern School of Business
October 9, 2014 Lectures and Talks Isabelle Ley, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg EU Accession to the ECHR: Convergence or Competition Between Two Courts
October 10, 2014 Lectures and Talks Lunch Discussion with Christoph Moellers, Humboldt University Law Faculty Limits of Differentiation: On the Role of Religion in Democratic Constitutionalism
October 13, 2014 LAPA Seminar David Luban, Georgetown University Law Center Arendt on the Crime of Crimes
October 20, 2014 Bringing International Human Rights Back Home? Lawyers for two presidential administrations examine U.S. compliance with human rights treaties John B. Bellinger III '82 and Harold Hongju Koh
October 22, 2014 Criminal Justice Working Group Jody Miller, Rutgers University Sex Work and Violence in Sri Lanka: The Politics and Practice of International Scholarship for Social Change
October 22, 2014 LEGS Seminar Sarah Brayne, Sociology Stratified Surveillance: Policing in the Age of Big Data
October 23, 2014 International Law Weekend International Law in a Time of Chaos
November 3, 2014 LAPA Seminar Paul Gowder, University of Iowa School of Law and IAS/Social Sciences What the Laws Demand of Socrates — and of Us
November 5, 2014 LEGS Seminar Pam Mueller, Psychology Inchoate Crimes, Inconsistent Decisions and Immorality
November 11, 2014 Law in Public Service Michael Herz, Cardozo School of Law EPA Regulation of Greenhouse Gases: Executive Overreach or Faithful Agency
November 12, 2014 LEGS Seminar Tommaso Pavone, Politics Reframing Historical Institutionalism: A New Analytic Framework
November 12, 2014 Lectures and Talks George Bustin, Princeton; Senior Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb, Brussels The EU and Russia
November 13, 2014 Criminal Justice Working Group CANCELED: Nina Siulc, Rutgers University Doing Justice and Finding Freedom: Explanations for "Criminality" among Deported Dominicans
November 17, 2014 LAPA Seminar Turkuler Isiksel, LAPA Fellow; Columbia University The Rights of Man and the Rights of the Man-made: Corporations and Human Rights
November 19, 2014 LEGS Seminar Peter Conti-Brown, History The Institutions of Federal Reserve Independence
November 19, 2014 Law in Public Service The Honorable Shira A. Scheindlin, Senior Judge of the U. S. District Court, Southern District of New York Perceptions, Racial Profiling and Policing: A View from the Bench
November 20, 2014 Lectures and Talks Barbara Young Welke, University of Minnesota The Course of a Life: Preliminary Thoughts on a History of the Curriculum Vitae
November 21, 2014 LAPA Occasional Workshop: Thinking through Hungary
November 23, 2014 Religions, Rights, and Institutions
December 3, 2014 LEGS Seminar Kalyani Ramnath, History Making the Modern Nation on Marina Beach: Civil Liberties Unions in Madras
December 5, 2014 Conference Annual Princeton ConLaw Schmooze The Constitution and Human Rights
December 8, 2014 LAPA Seminar Ayelet Shachar, University of Toronto School of Law The New Gates of Admission: On Citizenship, States, and Markets
December 8, 2014 The Role of Civil Society in Creating a More Effective Criminal Justice System
December 11, 2014 Lectures and Talks No Indictment, No Justice? Racial Criminalization: The Past, Present, and Pathways to Reform
February 9, 2015 LAPA Seminar Richard Ashby Wilson, University of Connecticut; IAS/Social Sciences Proving Legal Causation in International Speech Crimes
February 11, 2015 Lectures and Talks Maimonides and Contemporary Tort Theories Yuval Sinai and Benny Shmueli, Yale Law School
February 11, 2015 LEGS Seminar The Alternate Job Market: Law School, Criminal Justice and Beyond a discussion with Kim Lane Scheppele, LAPA director
February 18, 2015 Criminal Justice Working Group Lisa L. Miller, Rutgers University Mass Incarceration as Racialized State Failure
February 18, 2015 LEGS Seminar Vinay Sitapati, Politics After Judgment Day: Under What Conditions are Court Decisions Implemented
February 20, 2015 LAPA Occasional Workshop: Thinking through Hungary
February 23, 2015 LAPA Seminar Linda Colley, Department of History A Changing Magna Carta: Past, Present and Future
February 25, 2015 Lectures and Talks Islamic Law in Perspective: Guiding Policymakers in Understanding Shari'ah Today "Reading and Using Classical Islamic Law in the Contemporary World"
March 3, 2015 Law in Public Service Karen J. Greenberg and Barton Gellman
March 4, 2015 Lectures and Talks The Ukraine Crisis: U.S. Policy and the Road Ahead Eric Rubin, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, European and Eurasian Affairs, and Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University
March 6, 2015 Conference Annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop
March 9, 2015 LAPA Seminar James Q. Whitman, LAPA Fellow; Yale Law School Presumption of Innocence or Presumption of Mercy?: Weighing Two Western Modes of Justice
March 11, 2015 LEGS Seminar Catherine Evans, History "Thinking Through Insanity, Culture and Culpability in the British Empire"
March 23, 2015 Lectures and Talks Can Law Keep Up with New Technology? "Law Enforcement Surveillance Technologies: Are There Effective Legal Limits?"
March 24, 2015 Lectures and Talks Lunch with Robert A. Katzmann "Judging Immigration Cases"
March 24, 2015 Harlan Lecture Judging the Laws of Congress Robert A. Katzmann, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
March 25, 2015 LEGS Seminar Anna Offit, Anthropology "When Certainty Enters the Story: Managing Narrative Logic in the Prosecution of Parents"
March 25, 2015 Lectures and Talks After the Paris Attacks: Is There a Future for the Jews and the Muslims in France? Patrick Weil, CNRS, Universite Paris 1
March 27, 2015 LAPA Occasional Workshop: Thinking through Hungary
March 30, 2015 LAPA Seminar David S. Law, LAPA Fellow; Washington University in St. Louis The Structure of Global Constitutionalism
March 30, 2015 Lectures and Talks Can Law Keep Up with New Technology? "Non-Military Drones: What Laws and Ethics Do We Need?"
April 1, 2015 Islamic Law in Perspective: Guiding Policymakers in Understanding Shari'ah Today Jonathan Lyons, former Middle East correspondent for Reuters
April 2, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with David S. Law Globalization and Constitutional Law
April 6, 2015 Law in Public Service Dinner with Robert M. Chesney, University of Texas School of Law
April 6, 2015 Lectures and Talks Robert M. Chesney, University of Texas School of Law "Lawfare: The Military, Intelligence, and National Security Law in America's Wars"
April 7, 2015 Criminal Justice Working Group Lee Ann Fujii, University of Toronto What Explains Violent Display? Comparing Lethal Episodes in Bosnia, Rwanda, and the United States
April 8, 2015 LEGS Seminar Tommaso Pavone, Politics Law Deserts and Legal Battlefields: Local Context and the Trajectories of EU Legalization in Italy
April 13, 2015 LAPA Seminar Michelle A. McKinley, LAPA Fellow; University of Oregon Law School To Have and to Hold [Onto]: Domestic Slaveholding, Race, and Intimacy in Colonial Lima
April 15, 2015 Criminal Justice Working Group Stephen Farrall, University of Sheffield Was the New Right Any Good at Controlling Crime and Imposing ‘Law and Order?’ The Case of 1980s Britain
April 15, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Tea with Turkuler Isiksel Corporate Human Rights Claims
April 17, 2015 Conference The English Legal Imaginary, 1500-1700
April 20, 2015 Lectures and Talks Can Law Keep Up with New Technology? "Can You Ticket a Computer?: Law and Policy Issues for Driverless Cars"
April 21, 2015 Lectures and Talks Akhil Reed Amar, Yale University The Constitution Goes to Princeton
April 22, 2015 LEGS Seminar Benjamin Johnson, Politics Two Birds and One Stone: Limited Public Goods and Access to Courts
April 27, 2015 LAPA Seminar Jonathan Hafetz, LAPA Fellow; Seton Hall Law School A Problem of Standards?: Another Perspective on Secret Law
April 27, 2015 Conference Religion and Rights Freedom and Authority in Faith and Politics
April 29, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Tea with Jonathan Hafetz Meshal v. Higgenbotham: U.S. Accountability for Torture
April 29, 2015 Lectures and Talks Islamic Law in Perspective: Guiding Policymakers in Understanding Shari'ah Today "Principles and Maxims to Inform Policy in Islamic Law," featuring Near East Studies Department Graduate Students
May 2, 2015 Lectures and Talks Edward Snowden in Conversation with Bart Gellman
May 2, 2015 Conference Now That We Know Technology, Law, Journalism and Policy after Snowden
May 2, 2015 Lectures and Talks WATCH: Edward Snowden in Conversation with Bart Gellman
May 2, 2015 Conference WATCH: Now That We Know: Technology, Law, Journalism and Policy after Snowden
May 5, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Tea with Michelle McKinley
May 8, 2015 LAPA Occasional Workshop: Thinking through Hungary
September 16, 2015 Lectures and Talks University Constitution Day Lecture: Professor Sean Wilentz Slavery and the U.S. Constitution
September 16, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Guilt
September 23, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Guilt
September 28, 2015 The Living Presidency's Imperial Beginnings Walter F. Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism
September 29, 2015 LAPA Seminar Elizabeth S. Anker, Cornell Law School Our Constitutional Metaphors: The Architecture of Post-Apartheid South African Constitutionalism
September 30, 2015 LEGS Seminar LEGS Organizing Session
September 30, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Search & Detection
October 1, 2015 Law in Public Service Barry T. Albin, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of New Jersey
October 5, 2015 Book Talk Jeff Smith, The New School Book Talk: Mr. Smith Goes to Prison
October 6, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Associates Reception
October 7, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Search & Detection
October 12, 2015 LAPA Seminar Catherine Fisk, University of California, Irvine School of Law Authors at Work: Writing for Hire in Twentieth Century Film, Television, and Advertising
October 14, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Evidence & Trial
October 14, 2015 LEGS Seminar Law Engaged Graduate Students Program Planning Session
October 15, 2015 Lectures and Talks Full Court Press III The Supreme Court, the Media, & Public Understanding
October 19, 2015 Book Talk Sophia Lee, University of Pennsylvania Law School Book Talk: The Workplace Constitution from the New Deal to the New Right
October 21, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Evidence & Trial
October 21, 2015 Special Event Lunch with Nancy Duff Campbell By invitation only
October 21, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with Dimitry Kochenov Rule of Law in the European Union
October 21, 2015 The EU Citizenship Paradigm of EU Law Dimitry Kochenov, LAPA Fellow; University of Gronningen
October 22, 2015 Lectures and Talks Behind the "Veil of Secrecy": The Framing and Ratification of the American Constitution" Katlyn Carter, Princeton University
October 26, 2015 LAPA Seminar Sherally Munshi, LAPA/Perkins Fellow Immigration, Imperialism, and the Legacies of Indian Exclusion
October 28, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Confessions
October 28, 2015 LEGS Seminar Discussion with 2015-2016 LAPA Fellows Interdisciplinary Research and Methodology
November 5, 2015 Conference International Law Weekend Global Problems, Legal Solutions: Challenges for Contemporary International Lawyers
November 9, 2015 Book Talk Stephen Macedo, Princeton University Book Talk: Just Married: Same-Sex Couples, Monogamy, and the Future of Marriage
November 11, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Confessions
November 11, 2015 LEGS Seminar Brandon Hunter, Anthropology Thinking Inside the Box: The Development, Meaning, and Implications of Washington DC’s “Ban the Box” Legislation
November 12, 2015 To Pay the Debts of the United States: Private Claims and Public Revenues in the Antebellum Congress Jane Manners, Princeton University
November 16, 2015 LAPA Seminar Aziz F. Rana, Cornell Law School The Rise of the Constitution
November 18, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Obscenity, Pornography, and Speech
November 19, 2015 Law in Public Service Michael Walzer, Institute for Advanced Studies Two Perspectives on the Declaration and Conduct of War: Ethics and Law
November 19, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Dinner with Daniel Ernst "Pierson v. Post:" The New Learning
December 2, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Appeal & Review
December 2, 2015 LEGS Seminar Sovereign Debt Restructuring and Default
December 7, 2015 LAPA Seminar Katie Eyer, Rutgers School of Law Protected Class Rational Basis Review: A (Re)New(ed) Approach to Race and Gender Justice Under the Constitution
December 7, 2015 Public The Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Fellowship Experience LAPA Public Interest Law Roundtable
December 8, 2015 Criminal Justice Working Group Shadd Maruna, Rutgers School of Criminal Justice-Newark Conditions for Reversing Successful Degradation Ceremonies in Criminal Justice
December 8, 2015 Undergraduate Associates Program Undergraduate Coffee Chat with LAPA Fellow Mark Massoud Law School, Grad School, and/or Careers in Law and Academia
December 9, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature Conviction & Punishment
December 10, 2015 Public The 2015 Adlai Stevenson Award Honoring Juan E. Méndez
December 16, 2015 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VI, Criminal Cases: Reading Law with Literature State, Crime, Policing
December 16, 2015 LEGS Seminar Tommaso Pavone, Politics Grounding the Rule of Law: Supranational Rules, Subnational Practices, and Political Authority in the European Union
February 8, 2016 LAPA Seminar Daniel R. Ernst, LAPA Fellow; Georgetown University Law Center We Cannot Live Our Dreams: Lawyers and Professional Authority in the National Recovery Administration
February 8, 2016 Lectures and Talks Leti Volpp, University of California, Berkeley Refugees Welcome
February 10, 2016 Lectures and Talks Dimensions of Power in Networked Society: New Sources, New Forces Yochai Benkler, Harvard Law School
February 13, 2016 Conference Princeton for North Korean Human Rights Intercollegiate Conference 2016 Imagining Change in North Korea: Top Down or Bottom Up
February 17, 2016 Law in Public Service Jon B. Wellinghoff, former Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission U.S. Energy Policy and Energy Markets in a World of Climate Change and Disruptive Technologies
February 17, 2016 LEGS Seminar Ardevan Yaghoubi, Politics Justice and Sovereignty in International Investment Law
February 18, 2016 Lectures and Talks The Need for Energy Storage: How Fast, How Cheap, How Much Jon B. Wellinghoff, former Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
February 22, 2016 LAPA Seminar H. Timothy Lovelace, LAPA Fellow; Indiana University Maurer School of Law, King Making: 'Brown v. Board of Education' and the Rise of a Racial Savior
February 24, 2016 Criminal Justice Working Group Jamie J. Fader, Temple University The Shifting Landscapes of Adulthood, Masculinity, and Crime: A Case Study of a High-Reentry Community
February 24, 2016 Student Events Law-related Senior Theses-In-Progress Workshop
February 25, 2016 Lectures and Talks Teng Biao, Visiting Fellow, US-Asia Law Institute, NYU Law School Co-founder, The Open Constitution Initiative
February 29, 2016 Lectures and Talks Privacy and Security in the Internet of Things Cora Han, Federal Trade Commission, and Sarthak Grover, Princeton
March 1, 2016 Lectures and Talks Politics of Disaster Response and Reconstruction: The Case of Nepal Rajju Malla-Dhakal, Executive Director of South Asia Center for Policy Studies (SACEPS), Katmandu, Nepal
March 2, 2016 LEGS Seminar Katharina Isabel Schmidt, History Transnational Perspectives on Comparative Legal History
March 3, 2016 Law in Public Service Col. David Wallace, Law Department, United States Military Academy Two Perspectives on the Declaration and Conduct of War: Ethics and Law
March 7, 2016 LAPA Seminar Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture Where Did All the White Criminals Go? Reconfiguring Race and Crime on the Road to Mass Incarceration
March 21, 2016 LAPA Seminar Zaid Al Ali, LAPA Fellow; International IDEA The Failure of Arab Constitutional Tradition: On the Absence of Social Solidarity and its Consequences
March 23, 2016 LEGS Seminar James Sasso, Politics Party to the Suit: The Differing Adjudicatory Reactions to Medicare and the Affordable Care Act
March 25, 2016 Conference Life and Law in Rural America: Cows, Cars and Criminals 2016 American Studies Graduate Student Conference
March 28, 2016 Lectures and Talks The Future of Public Employee Labor Unions: The case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association Case or Controversy Series
March 30, 2016 Criminal Justice Working Group Graduate Student Presentations
March 31, 2016 Lectures and Talks Heather Gerken, Yale Law School The Loyal Opposition: Is it time for the nationalists to put up or shut up?
March 31, 2016 Conference Conference on Gender, Violence and Anti-Violence
April 4, 2016 LAPA Seminar Mark Fathi Massoud, LAPA Fellow; University of California Santa Cruz Islamic Law, Politics, and Human Rights Discourse: The Case of Somalia
April 6, 2016 LEGS Seminar Jane Manners, History The Great New York Fire of 1835 and its Role in the Evolution of America’s Antebellum Political Economy
April 6, 2016 Law in Public Service Alec Karakatsanis, Co-Founder, Equal Justice Under Law The American Criminal Injustice System In an Age of Mass Human Caging
April 6, 2016 Lectures and Talks Visiocracy and Grammatology of Images: Making Images of the A-Visible
April 8, 2016 Conference Landscapes of Law Trade, Security, and Transnational Ethnography
April 11, 2016 Lectures and Talks Online Censorship Ryan Budish, Harvard University, and Roya Ensafi, Princeton
April 12, 2016 Lectures and Talks Protecting Media Pluralism via European Law? The Centro Europa 7 Case and Beyond Roberto Mastroianni, University of Naples Federico II
April 13, 2016 Bernstein Lecture Emily Bazelon, Yale Law School Criminal Justice Reform and the (Almost) Absolute Power of the American Prosecutor
April 14, 2016 Lectures and Talks Bernstein Colloquium with Emily Bazelon, Yale Law School Now That We're Thinking about Police Abuses, What About Prosecutors?
April 15, 2016 Conference Identity in the Age of Mass Incarceration 2016 Students for Prison Education Reform Annual Conference
April 18, 2016 LAPA Seminar Dimitry Kochenov, LAPA Fellow; University of Groningen Reinvention of Citizenship in the European Union
April 18, 2016 Lectures and Talks Online Privacy in Europe versus the United States Sharon Goldberg, Boston University, and Joel Reidenberg, Princeton
April 19, 2016 Lectures and Talks Rural Schools in a Modern America Emily Prifogle, Princeton University
April 20, 2016 LEGS Seminar Geoffrey T. Sigalet, Politics Dialogue and Domination: Republicanism and ‘Dialogic’ Judicial Review
April 20, 2016 Criminal Justice Working Group David Garland, NYU Law Why is America So Punitive? The Social Roots of Mass Incarceration and the ‘New Jim Crow’
April 25, 2016 Lectures and Talks Naomi Cahn, George Washington University The Multiple Meanings of Marriage Equality
April 27, 2016 LEGS Seminar Benjamin Johnson, Politics Like Cases
April 28, 2016 Lectures and Talks No Más Bebés Film Screening and Q&A
April 29, 2016 Conference The Natural Worlds of South Asia Princeton South Asia Graduate Student Conference
May 12, 2016 Lectures and Talks Celeste Arrington, George Washington University Accidental Activists: Victim Movements and Government Accountability in South Korea and Japan
September 15, 2016 Lectures and Talks Constitution Day Lecture: Frank H. Wu, UC Hastings College of the Law Who Belongs? The Limits of American Citizenship
September 26, 2016 LAPA Seminar The Systems Fallacy The Perils of Systems Analysis, Past and Present (From Operations Research to Contemporary Cost-Benefit Analysis)
September 26, 2016 Disease, Death, and Memorials: the Agent Orange Quilt of Tears and the AIDS Memorial Quilt Leslie Reagan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
September 27, 2016 Lectures and Talks (Self-)Disciplining the Corporation FCPA Practice, Compliance, and Global Anti-Corruption Regimes in China
September 28, 2016 LEGS Seminar LEGS Organizing Session
September 29, 2016 Synesthesia of Law Conference
October 5, 2016 LEGS Seminar Market Reactions to Sovereign Litigation Faisal Ahmed, Politics
October 10, 2016 LAPA Seminar Doubt Again, Doubt Better: Radically Enfranchised Jurors and Reasonable Doubt Sonali Chakravarti, Wesleyan University
October 11, 2016 Lectures and Talks Ethnography of Law With Kelli Moore and Kim Lane Scheppele
October 18, 2016 Lectures and Talks The Crisis in Pakistan Law, Violence, and Lawyers
October 19, 2016 LEGS Seminar Private Property and Public Opinion The case of Annesley v. Anglesey (1743)
October 21, 2016 Lectures and Talks Blackstone’s View of the Common Law
October 24, 2016 Lectures and Talks What’s at Stake for the Environment in the 2016 Election
October 24, 2016 Lectures and Talks How We Have Allowed Our Universities to Betray Free Speech, Free Thought, Intellectual Diversity, and Due Process – and How Moderates Should Fight Back The Annual Walter F. Murphy Lecture in American Constitutionalism
October 24, 2016 Lectures and Talks How Our Universities Have Betrayed Our Core Constitutional Values - and What We Can Do About It. Stuart Taylor, Jr. '70
October 27, 2016 Conference 2016 International Law Weekend International Law 5.0
November 7, 2016 LAPA Seminar Outcasts from the Vote Woman Suffrage and Mental Disability
November 9, 2016 Law in Public Service Daniel LaChance, Emory University
November 9, 2016 Book Talk Executing Freedom: The Cultural Life of Capital Punishment in the United States, 1966-Present Daniel LaChance, Emory University
November 9, 2016 Law in Public Service The Dying Death Penalty
November 14, 2016 Student Events Arthur S. Liman Public Interest Law Workshop Discussion with Liman Summer Fellows
November 15, 2016 Lectures and Talks ’The Army’s Business is Martial, Not Maternal’: Unwed Mothers, Single Parents, and the Military Welfare State Serena Meyeri, University of Pennsylvania
November 16, 2016 LEGS Seminar Parents as Private Attorney Generals How does the Rationing of Resources affect Contention against Schools?
November 17, 2016 Lectures and Talks What is Populism? Jan-Werner Mueller, Princeton
November 28, 2016 LAPA Seminar Distraction Framed Law and Mental Disabilities in Early New England
November 28, 2016 Lectures and Talks The Honest but Unfortunate Debtor American Constitutional Development and Debtors' Movements to Change the Law
November 30, 2016 LEGS Seminar Why Does the Supreme Court Uphold So Many Laws?
December 2, 2016 Conference Professionalism and Expertise Today
December 5, 2016 LAPA Seminar Morality, Ontology, and Corporate Rights Micah J. Schwartzman, University of Virginia School of Law
December 5, 2016 Lectures and Talks Supremely Partisan How Raw Politics Tips the Scales in the United States Supreme Court
December 6, 2016 Book Talk The Framers' Coup: The Making of the United States Constitution Michael J. Klarman, Harvard Law School
December 7, 2016 LEGS Seminar The Perils of Policy Prescription and the Unforeseen Consequences of Ban the Box Initiatives
December 8, 2016 Lectures and Talks The 2016 Adlai Stevenson Award Honoring Philip Alston
December 10, 2016 'Very Fuzzy Ideas of What They’re Gonna Do Next': Place, Responsibility and Interpreting Law's Roles in Adaptation for Extreme Weather Events
December 14, 2016 LEGS Seminar Moral and Metrological Standards In The Savings and Loan Crisis Sophia Lee, Sociology
February 7, 2017 Undergraduate Associates Program Russia, the EU, and Energy George Bustin '70, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
February 13, 2017 LAPA Seminar Was Justice Scalia Right about the Slippery Slope to "the End of All Morals Legislation?" After Same-Sex Marriage, Is Polygamy Next? James E. Fleming, LAPA Fellow; Boston University School of Law
February 14, 2017 Lectures and Talks Why Fighting Online Abuse Is Good for Free Speech Free Speech Now Series
February 15, 2017 LEGS Seminar Through a Glass Darkly: Examining the Court Through the Lens of Certiorari Ben Johnson, Politics
February 16, 2017 Law in Public Service Federal Judges and National Security: The Pros and Cons of Meaningful Judicial Oversight of the Executive David Rudenstine, Cardozo Law School
February 16, 2017 Book Talk The Age of Deference: The Supreme Court, National Security, and the Constitutional Order​ David Rudenstine, Cardozo Law School, Yeshiva University
February 20, 2017 Book Talk Vaccine Court: The Law and Politics of Injury Anna Kirkland, University of Michigan
February 21, 2017 Lectures and Talks The Rights of Immigrants and Refugees Trump and the Constitution Series
February 22, 2017 LEGS Seminar From Evolutionary Functionalism to Critical Transnationalism: Comparative Legal History, Aristotle to Present Katharina Isabel Schmidt, History
February 23, 2017 Lectures and Talks China’s “Open Judiciary” and “Belt and Road” Initiatives: Implications for Governance in China and Beyond
February 27, 2017 LAPA Seminar The 'Publicization' of Private Space Sarah Schindler, LAPA Fellow; University of Maine School of Law
March 1, 2017 Law in Public Service The Honorable Rosalie Silberman Abella, Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
March 6, 2017 Lectures and Talks Legal Ambiguities and Diminished Democracy: Adhikari v. Daoud and the Outsourcing of U.S. Military Labor Naomi Paik, University of Illinois
March 8, 2017 LEGS Seminar Democratizing Justice: The Vital Role of Jurors in the Age of the “Vanishing Trial" Anna Offit, Anthropology
March 9, 2017 Undergraduate Associates Program Introduction to Law School David Hollander, Law and Legal Studies Librarian
March 13, 2017 LAPA Seminar Comparing Law, Race, Slavery and Freedom in the Americas: Freedom Suits in Cuba, Louisiana, and Virginia, 1763-1803 Ariela Gross and Alejandro de la Fuente
March 14, 2017 Lectures and Talks Internet Hate Speech, Fake News, and Armies of Trolls Free Speech Now Series
March 15, 2017 Lectures and Talks Prejudice, Moral Progress, and Not Being on "the Wrong Side of History": Debating the Legacy of Loving v. Virginia for the Right to Marry "Work-in-Progress" Series
March 27, 2017 LAPA Seminar Mobilizing Without Citizenship: How Undocumented Organizers Foster Political Authorization Kathryn Abrams, LAPA Fellow; UC Berkeley School of Law
March 28, 2017 Lectures and Talks Free Speech In and Out of the Classroom Free Speech Now Series
March 29, 2017 Lectures and Talks The Afterlives of Torture: Executive Power versus International Law in the Age of Trump Trump and the Constitution Series
March 30, 2017 Lectures and Talks Fake News and Informed Citizens Law & Technology: Challenges to Democratic Institutions
April 3, 2017 Harlan Lecture Selecting Judges in the Trump Era Deborah Poritz, David Tatel and Jed Shugerman
April 4, 2017 Lectures and Talks Is Moral Disapproval an Adequate Reason to Justify Traditional Morals Legislation? "Work-in-Progress" Series
April 5, 2017 Conference The US China Global Governance Forum
April 5, 2017 LEGS Seminar Cognitive Illusions & Judicial Decision-Making Christoph Winter, Humboldt Visiting Researcher
April 13, 2017 LEGS Seminar The Rise of Military Legalism Doyle Hodges, WWS
April 14, 2017 Conference Toward Abolition: Dismantling the Carceral State SPEAR Conference 2017
April 17, 2017 LAPA Seminar What Would Mama Do? Anti-violence Organizing Among Black Mothers of Murdered Children Melynda Price, LAPA Fellow; University of Kentucky College of Law
April 19, 2017 LEGS Seminar The Fact-Law Distinction and the Trial Courts Sepehr Shahshahani, Politics
April 20, 2017 Book Talk Working Law: Courts, Corporations, and Symbolic Civil Rights Lauren B. Edelman, University of California-Berkeley School of Law
April 21, 2017 Conference Space and Sovereignty in South Asia Sixth Annual Princeton South Asia Conference
April 24, 2017 Lectures and Talks The Insecurity of Electronic Voting Law & Technology: Challenges to Democratic Institutions
April 26, 2017 LEGS Seminar Trapped: The Limits of Care in California’s Mental Health Courts Jessica Cooper, Anthropology
April 27, 2017 Lectures and Talks Islam Under Trial: Muslims and Civil Liberties Sahar Aziz, Texas A&M School of Law
April 27, 2017 Conference The Prison and the Academy Spring Conference
April 27, 2017 Law in Public Service In the Name of National Security Sahar Aziz, Texas A&M University School of Law
May 1, 2017 LAPA Seminar A Theory of First Amendment Academic Freedom David Rabban, LAPA Fellow; University of Texas School of Law
May 3, 2017 LEGS Seminar Litigation as Policy Influence Julian Dean, Politics
May 4, 2017 Lectures and Talks The Threat to Privacy of Education Technology Law & Technology: Challenges to Democratic Institutions
May 4, 2017 Graduate Student Event Job Talk: “Why Does the Supreme Court Uphold So Many Laws?” Ben Johnson, Politics
May 8, 2017 Lectures and Talks Professors and the Permanent Record: implications of big-data driven education, personalized learning, and blockchain credentials American Studies Workshop
May 16, 2017 Lectures and Talks Performative Citizenship "Work-in-Progress" Series
June 2, 2017 Bernstein Lecture Populism, Globalism, and the Decline of the Post-War International Order Anne-Marie Slaughter '80
June 13, 2017 Lectures and Talks Legal Mobilization at a Time of Political Crisis in Europe and North America
September 13, 2017 Lectures and Talks Constitution Day Lecture: Carolyn Rouse "F%*# Free Speech: An Anthropologist’s Take on Campus Speech Debates"
September 13, 2017 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VII: Crime & Punishment I. Guilt & Detection
September 20, 2017 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VII: Crime & Punishment I. Guilt & Detection
September 25, 2017 Book Talk The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro, Yale Law School
September 27, 2017 LEGS Seminar LEGS Organizing Session
September 27, 2017 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VII: Crime & Punishment II. Search & Seizure
October 2, 2017 LAPA Seminar The Circumstances Of Democratic Endurance Tom Ginsburg and Aziz Huq, University Of Chicago Law School
October 4, 2017 Lectures and Talks Workshop in Constitutional Development Desmond Jagmohan and Ken I. Kersch
October 4, 2017 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VII: Crime & Punishment II. Search & Seizure
October 9, 2017 Lectures and Talks Luisa Coleta and the Capuchin Friar: Slavery, Salvation, and the Adjudication of Status (Havana, 1817) American Studies Workshop
October 11, 2017 LEGS Seminar What if Surrogacy Was Work? Sharon Bassan, UCHV / WWS-OPR
October 11, 2017 Lectures and Talks Ethics of Reading VII: Crime & Punishment III. Interrogation & Confession
October 12, 2017 Lectures and Talks The State of Europe and the World The Honorable José Manuel Barroso, Former President of the EU Commission
October 16, 2017 LAPA Seminar Penal Power in America: The Social Roots of Mass Incarceration David Garland, New York University School of Law