LAPA 10th Anniversary
October 21, 2010 - October 23, 2010,
LAPA has its 10th anniversary in 2010-2011. We will celebrate with a major conference on 21-23 October that will showcase the scholarship that LAPA has encouraged and the community that LAPA has built in its first decade.
Former Director and Princeton Provost Christopher Eisgruber will be the keynote speaker. Nearly four dozen current and former fellows are lined up to participate in public panels on a variety of legal topics.
As of 10/18/2010 - subject to change Click for printable schedule
Thursday, 21 October
4:30 PM, McCormick Hall 101
Keynote Address: Christopher Eisgruber, Provost, Princeton University
"Studying Law at Princeton"
Friday, 22 October 2010
Bowls 1 and 16, Robertson Hall
Constitutional Values in the Shadow of Religion
Chair: Peter Brooks, Princeton
Sally Gordon, Penn Law
"Disestablishment and Confiscation of Church Property"
Mark Brandon, Vanderbilt Law
"Family Values and Uncommon Families in the Constitutional Order"
Marci Hamilton, Cardozo Law
"Licentiousness vs. Liberty"
Mary Anne Case, Chicago Law
Thinking through Intellectual Property
Chair: Stan Katz, WWS, Princeton
Eli Salzberger, Haifa Law School
"The Philosophy and Political Economy of Intellectual Property Regulation"
Steven Wilf, UConn Law and LAPA
"The Copyright Act as a Derivative Work"
Christopher Beauchamp, Penn Law
"Cases, Controversies, and Parties in the Making of American Patent Law."
Shari'a and Secularism
Chair: Nancy Maveety, Tulane U
Anita Allen, Penn Law
"Niqab in the Courtroom"
Said Arjomand, SUNY Stony Brook
"Islam: Basis of the Constitution or limitation on Government and Legislation?"
Tamir Moustafa, Simon Fraser U "Liberal Rights vs. the Shari'a in Malaysian Political Discourse"
Competing Regulatory Systems
Chair: Paul Frymer, Princeton
Robert Ahdieh, Emory Law
"The Visible Hand: Coordination Functions of the Regulatory State"
John de Figueiredo, Duke Law
"The Dynamics of Deregulation"
Carol Heimer, Northwestern and ABF "The Two Faces of Law: Regulating Treatment and Research in HIV Clinics"
Myriam Gilles, Cardozo Law
"Fund Administration as Precedent: Some Thoughts on the Gulf Coast Claims Facility"
Noga Morag-Levine, Michigan State Law
"Civil Law, Common Law, and Precautionary Regulation: A Legal Historical Perspective"
Julie Chi-hye Suk, Cardozo Law
"Antidiscrimination Law and the Gender Pension Gap in Europe"
Jeannine Bell, Indiana Law
"'As Long As They Don't Move Next-Door': Race, Class and Ethnic Discrimination in American Neighborhoods"
Tanya Hernandez, Fordham Law and LAPA
"Latinos and Blacks in the Workplace and Judicial Misperceptions of Inter-Ethnic Employment Discrimination"
Vanessa Barker, Stockholm U
"Immigration and Social Exclusion: The Case of the Roma Expulsions in Europe"
Paul Frymer, Princeton
"Can Race be a 'Bona Fide' Qualification for Work?"
National Law in a Global Context
Chair: George Bustin, Princeton
Martin Flaherty, Fordham Law
"Global Separation of Powers, or, Restoring the Judiciary to Foreign Relations"
Teemu Ruskola, Emory Law
"China's Reception of International Law"
Ralf Michaels, Duke Law,
"US Courts as World Courts"
Diane Orentlicher, American U Washington College of Law;Office of War Crimes Issues, U.S. Dept. of State
"The Impact of International Criminal Tribunals on Domestic Legal Systems"
Mary Dudziak, USC Law,
"Law, War, and the History of Time."
Legal Recognition and Legal Personhood
Chair: Dirk Hartog, Princeton
Colin Dayan, Vanderbilt U
Linda Bosniak, Rutgers-Camden Law
Susan Longfield Karr, Mellon/LAPA Fellow
"Man Qua Man"
Carol Sanger, Columbia Law
"Stillbirth: Life and Death and the Problem for Law"
Susanna Blumenthal, Minnesota Law
"Speculative Mania: Of Panics and Personhood in the Nineteenth-Century American Law of Contracts"
The Legal Constitution of Europe
Chair: Andrew Moravcsik, Princeton
Peter Lindseth, UConn Law
"Europe as Administrative Governance"
Ingolf Pernice, Humboldt U. Law, "Perspectives of Constitutionalism in the EU after Lisbon and Karlsruhe"
Oliver Gerstenberg, Leeds Law "Constitutionalizing Socio-Economic Rights: Anything New in Europe?"
Aidan O'Neill, QC, Matrix Chambers, London and Edinburgh
"EU Law and Fundamental Rights"
Saturday, 23 October 2010
Bowls 1 and 16 Robertson Hall
Terrorism and Human Rights
Chair: Leslie Gerwin, Princeton
Tom Tyler, NYU
"Policing Against the Threat of Terrorism"
David Rudenstine, Cardozo Law
"The Irony of a Faustian Bargain: The Supreme Court's State Secrets Decisions and the Rule of Law"
Deborah Pearlstein, LAPA
"The Expert Executive and the Role of the Courts"
Fionnuala ni Aolain and Oren Gross, Minnesota Law,
Jim Staihar, U Maryland Business School
"On the Optimal Enforcement of a Criminal Law"
Christina Murray, Constitutional Drafting Commission of Kenya "Politicians and the Making of the 2010 Kenyan Constitution"
Gordon Silverstein, Berkeley and LAPA
"The Cross-National DNA of Judicial Review"
Malcolm Feeley, Berkeley JSP "Constitutionalism and the Legal Complex"
Gabor Halmai, ELTE, Budapest
"The Role of Transitional Constitution-Making (and Constitutional Courts) in the Consolidation of Democracy"
Richard Briffault, Columbia Law "Citizens United and the Constitutionalization of Campaign Finance"
Globalization and Its Challenges
Chair: Chuck Beitz, Princeton
Jeff Dunoff, Temple Law
"Reconceptualizing the Architecture of the International Legal Order"
Paul Schiff Berman, Arizona State Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
"Global Legal Pluralism"
Fred Aman, Indiana Law
"The Domestic Face of Globalization"
Jamie Mayerfeld, U of Washington,
"Extending Checks and Balances: Why Constitutional Government Requires International Human Rights Law"
Laura Dickinson, Arizona State Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
"Outsourcing War and Peace"
Constitutional History and the Legal Structure of Empire
Chair: Bhavani Raman, Princeton
Christina Burnett, Columbia Law
"Empire and Law in the America."
Tom Poole, LSE Law
"The Prerogative Abroad: Law and Politics in the Colonial Context"
Janet McLean, U of Dundee Law and LAPA
"Crown, State and Public - Suppressed State Traditions in British Legal Thought"
Wilfrid Prest, U of Adelaide
"Blackstone and Constitutions"