Public Law Workshop | Ryan Doerfler
Ryan Doerfler’s research focuses on the role of the judiciary within a democratic system. His recent work includes a critical reassessment of the embrace of judicial review within the liberal legal tradition and an analysis of the relationship between theories of statutory and constitutional interpretation and a fundamental commitment to democratic self-rule.
Law and Economics Workshop | Alan Miller
Paper Title: Political Speech and the Corporation
Abstract: Corporations may engage in strategic political speech. This speech enables the corporations to differentiate on politics. Firms that differentiate on politics have an incentive to encourage political polarization. This effect is illustrated with a historical example involving the Ford Motor Company, and is used to explain an economic rationale for benefit corporations.
Law and Economics Workshop | Daniel Martin Katz
Paper title: GPT-4 Passes the Bar Exam and the Emerging Role of Natural Language Processing (NLP) within the Legal Domain
Abstract: This workshop will introduce the ideas in two papers—a survey paper on Natural Language Processing (NLP) & Law and an application paper using a Large Language Model (called GPT-4) on all elements of the Uniform Bar Exam—and relate those ideas, in conversation, to labor markets, legal innovation, and law-related behavior and practice...
Spring 2023 Senior Day
On behalf of the faculty and administration, it gives us great pleasure to recognize and celebrate those students in the Class 2023 receiving their professional degrees at the University of Michigan Law School. Senior Day is an important event for all of our graduates. Our students arrive as part of a very special group and graduate as spectacular individuals.
A reception in the Law Quadrangle for graduates and their families will immediately follow the ceremony.