Law and Economics Workshop | Rebecca Stone
Rebecca Stone is Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law. Her research and teaching interests include law and economics, legal philosophy, contracts, and torts. She is particularly interested in the intersections between law, philosophy, and economics.
Law, Philosophy, and Social Theory Colloquium | Matthew Kotzen
Matthew Kotzen is a Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and chair of the UNC Department of Philosophy. His research focuses primarily on epistemology, the philosophy of science, and the law of evidence. He regularly teaches courses on topics in epistemology, philosophy of science, logic, philosophy of law, and humor.
Environmental and Energy Law Lecture | Heather Tanana
Heather Tanana, Visiting Professor at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, will speak about securing tribal water rights after Arizona v. Navajo Nation. Heather (Diné) previously served as an Assistant Professor (Research) and Wallace Stegner Center Fellow at the S.J. Quinney College of Law. She has clerked at the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah and founded the Indian Law Section of the Utah State Bar Association.
Law and Economics Workshop | Aileen Nielsen
Aileen Nielsen is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Harvard Law School, where she teaches privacy law and torts. Her research focuses on the interplay of law and technology, drawing on empirical methods and private law topics. She holds degrees in anthropology, physics, and law.
Law and Economics Workshop | Jacob Goldin
Jacob Goldin is the Richard M. Lipton Professor of Tax Law. Trained as a lawyer and economist, much of Professor Goldin’s research focuses on US tax policy affecting low-income households. His research interests also include health policy, tax administration, and the application of behavioral economics to policy design.
Behind the Curtain: 1L Firm Applications - Law Firm Economics, Practice Areas, Commitments to DEI, and the Ethics of BigLaw
Law and Economics Workshop | Zachary Liscow
Zachary Liscow is Professor of Law at Yale Law School. His wide-ranging work in law and economics currently covers tax policy, benefit-cost analysis, and the drivers of high U.S. infrastructure construction costs.
MJGL Presents: Author Talk with Greer Donley, Associate Professor of Law at the University Pittsburgh Law School
Law, Philosophy, and Social Theory Colloquium | Sophia Moreau
Sophia Moreau is Professor of Law and Philosophy (with a cross-appointment in the Department of Philosophy), a Faculty Associate at the U of T’s Centre for Ethics, and a Faculty Associate of Victoria College. She is an Associate Editor of Philosophy & Public Affairs, Book Reviews Editor of the University of Toronto Law Journal, and a member of the Editorial Boards of the journals Law and Philosophy and Legal Theory.