Special Event

March 27, 2015 By invitation only

“Thinking through Hungary” brings together people who are concerned about recent developments in Hungary.

LAPA Seminar

The Structure of Global Constitutionalism

March 30, 2015 301 Marx Hall

The commentator is Robert O. Keohane, Professor of International Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School.

Co-Sponsored Event

"Non-Military Drones: What Laws and Ethics Do We Need?"

March 30, 2015 Bowl 001, Robertson Hall


Co-Sponsored Event

Jonathan Lyons, former Middle East correspondent for Reuters

April 1, 2015 To be announced


Undergraduate Associates Program

Globalization and Constitutional Law

April 2, 2015 438 Robertson Hall


Special Event

April 6, 2015 By invitation only


Criminal Justice Working Group

What Explains Violent Display? Comparing Lethal Episodes in Bosnia, Rwanda, and the United States

April 7, 2015 Princeton University, 301 Marx Hall


LEGS Seminar

Matthew Erie, PIIRS/Anthropology

April 8, 2015 438 Robertson Hall


LAPA Seminar

To Have and to Hold Onto: Domestic Slaveholding, Race, and Intimacy in Colonial Lima

April 13, 2015 301 Marx Hall


Law in the Public Service

Democracy and the Uncertain Fate of Individual Rights

April 15, 2015


Criminal Justice Working Group

Was the New Right Any Good at Controlling Crime and Imposing ‘Law and Order?’ The Case of 1980s Britain

April 15, 2015 Rutgers University, New Brunswick: Hickman Hall, 6th floor, Sigel Lounge, 89 George Street (parking in front of building)


Co-Sponsored Event

"Can You Ticket a Computer?: Law and Policy Issues for Driverless Cars"

April 20, 2015 Bowl 001, Robertson Hall


LEGS Seminar

"Two Birds and One Stone: Limited Public Goods and Access to Courts"

April 22, 2015 438 Robertson Hall


LAPA Seminar

A Problem of Standards?: Another Perspective on Secret Law

April 27, 2015 301 Marx Hall