Spring 2014 - Faculty Colloquium

The Rutgers-Camden Faculty Workshop series offers a collegial atmosphere in which faculty from Rutgers and distinguished guests present scholarly work and discuss contemporary legal issues. It enhances the intellectual life of the law school community and Camden campus by providing a forum for critical exchange across the disciplinary and topical boundaries that often separate scholars of the law. Attendees can earn continuing legal education (CLE) credits in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. For more information, please contact Greg Lastowka.   Faculty and staff will need to log in to see more information on the presentation.

Faculty colloquia are presented for the benefit of the Rutgers Law community and are not open to the public. If you would like to attend a particular event, please contact Greg Lastowka at (lastowka@camden.rutgers.edu).

Date Information
Monday,
Jan. 13
Derek Bambauer
University of Arizona
 
Topic: Exposed
Monday,
Feb. 10
No Lunch

 
Monday,
Feb. 17
Jill Family
Widener
 
Topic: Peeling Back “Delay”: Sovereignty and Restrictions on Immigration Judicial Review
Monday,
Feb. 24
Pam Jenoff
Rutgers Camden
 
Topic: Nothing New Under The Sun: How the Legal Profession’s Twenty-First Century Challenges Resemble Those Of The Turn Of The Twentieth Century
Monday,
Mar. 3
No Lunch

 
Monday,
Mar. 10
Yuval Sinai / Benny Shmueli
Yale

Topic: Calabresi’s and Maimonides’s Tort Law Theories—A Comparative Analysis and A Preliminary Sketch of a Modern Model of Differential Pluralistic Tort Liability Based on the Two Theories
Monday,
Mar. 17
Spring Break

 
Monday,
Mar. 24
Pablo de Lora
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
 
Topic: Is Multiculturalism Bad for Health Care? The case for re-virgination.
Monday,
Mar. 31
No Lunch

 
Monday,
Apr. 7
Michael Livingston
Rutgers Camden
 
Topic: The Fascists and the Italian Jews
Thursday,
Apr. 17
De Grazia Response

 
Topic:
Monday,
Apr. 21
Duncan Hollis
Temple
 
Topic: Topic: The Existential Function Of Interpretation In International Law