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Summer 2011 YLR Faculty Activities



Bruce Ackerman
Ian Ayres
Jack Balkin
Robert A. Burt
Guido Calabresi
Amy Chua
Jules Coleman
Dennis Curtis
Mirjan Damaška
Drew S. Days, III
John J. Donohue III
Steven B. Duke
Robert C. Ellickson
William N. Eskridge, Jr.

Daniel C. Esty
Owen M. Fiss
Heather K. Gerken

Robert W. Gordon
Henry Hansmann
Oona A. Hathaway
Paul W. Kahn
Douglas Kysar
John H. Langbein
Jonathan R. Macey
Nicholas R. Parrillo
Robert C. Post
Claire Priest
George L. Priest
W. Michael Reisman
Judith Resnik
Roberta Romano
Carol M. Rose
Susan Rose-Ackerman
Peter H. Schuck
Vicki Schultz
James Silk
Kate Stith
James Q. Whitman
Michael Wishnie
John F. Witt

Bruce Ackerman

 

lectures and addresses
• Roberts Lecture, University of Pennsylvania, 2011

publications
Limited War and the Constitution (with O. Hathaway), 109 Mich. L. Rev. 447 (2011)
The Clock is Ticking on Obama’s War (with O. Hathaway), Foreign Policy, Apr. 6, 2011
Obama’s Unconstitutional War, Foreign Policy, Mar. 24, 2011
It’s Not Up to the President to Impose a No Fly Zone Over Libya, Huffington Post, Mar. 9, 2011
Parliament to the Rescue, Foreign Policy, Mar. 1, 2011
Did Congress Approve America’s Longest War? (with O. Hathaway), The Guardian, Jan. 23, 2011
Obama Contre-Attaque, Le Monde, Jan. 11, 2011
Obama Contraataca, El Pais, Jan. 7, 2011
Filibuster Reform Both Parties Could Agree On, Wall St. J., Jan. 4, 2011
The Ultra-Imperial Presidency, Miller-McCune Magazine, Dec. 16, 2010
Charging Julian Assange Could Be Unconstitutional (with S. Aronchick Solow), The Guardian, Dec. 10, 2010
The Interview: Bruce Ackerman on the Decline and Fall of the American Republic, France 24 (television), Dec. 6, 2010
Decline and Fall of the American Republic: Six Questions for Bruce Ackerman, Scott Horton, Harper’s Magazine, Nov. 23, 2010
Obama contra-ataca, Diario de Noticias, Nov. 17, 2010
Is the Lame-duck Congress Constitutional?, Wash. Post, Nov. 12, 2010
The Dangers of an Imperial Presidency, L.A. Times, Nov. 4, 2010

Other Professional Highlights
• Named One of Top 100 Global Thinkers of 2010, Foreign Policy Magazine

Ian Ayres

lectures and addresses
• University of Illinois, “Very Like A Law Professor,” Oct. 29, 2010
• Inside ETF Conference, “Lifecycle Investing,” Feb. 11, 2011
• Columbia Law School, “Compensating Commitments,” Feb. 21, 2011
• Behavioral Insight Team, 10 Downing Street, “Tailoring Layers of Accountabilities to Improve Government Incentives,” Feb. 24, 2011
• Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, “Understanding Carrots and Sticks,” Feb. 24, 2011

publications
The $500 Diet: Weight Loss for People Who Are Committed to Change (Kindle Select, 2011)
Randomizing Law, 159 U. Pa. L. Rev. 929 (2011) (with M. Abramowicz & Y. Listokin)

Jack M. Balkin

lectures and addresses
• Conference on Living Originalism, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, “Living Originalism,” Apr. 8, 2011
• Yale Law School, Federalist Society Chapter, Discussion with Jack Goldsmith, “Cybersecurity Policy,” Apr. 5, 2011
• 20th Annual Hugo Black Lecture, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, “The First Amendment is an Information Policy,” Mar. 23, 2011
• Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, 11th Annual Wm. Matthew Byrne, Jr. Judicial Clerkship Institute Lecture, “The Individual Healthcare Mandate,” Mar. 18, 2011
• University of California at Los Angeles, American Constitution Society Chapter, “The Constitutionality of Health Reform,” Mar. 17, 2011
• Gilbert Lecture, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA, “The Constitutional Struggle over Health Care Reform,” Nov. 18, 2010
• Yale Law School, Federalist Society Chapter, Debate with Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder on the Constitutionality of Health Care Reform, Nov. 8, 2010
• Harvard University, American Constitution Society Chapter, “The Constitution and the 2010 Election,” Nov. 4, 2010

publications
The Reconstruction Power, 85 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1801 (2011)
Blinkered to Reality, N.Y. Times, Dec. 13, 2010

Robert A. Burt

lectures and addresses
• Mishkan Israel Congregation, Hamden, CT,
“What Does It Mean to Be A Jewish Justice Today?,”
Feb. 13, 2001

• Brigham Young University Law School, “Two Styles of Legal Authority in the Bible,” Mar. 15, 2011
• Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale, “Freedom From/ Freedom For,” Apr. 12, 2011
• Institute for Learning in Retirement at Albertus Magnus College, “How to Understand the Same-Sex Marriage Dispute,” Apr. 25, 2011

publications
Ruling Could Backfire on Health-Care Critics: A Step Closer to Much Feared ‘Socialized Medicine’, Phila. Inquirer, Dec. 29, 2010 (with T. R. Marmor)
Freud in Contexts: Book Review of The Jewish World of Sigmund Freud (A. D. Richards ed., 2010), 58 J. Am. Psychoanalytic Assoc. 1215 (2010)

Guido Calabresi

lectures and addresses
• Attended XXIII International Conference, “Giordano Dell’amore” Observatory on the Relations Between Law and Economics, Fondazaione Cariplo, on “The Effects of New Communication Technologies Upon Information”; gave “Conclusions” to same, Milan, Italy Oct. 23, 2010
• Delivered Lecture, “Sul filo della memoria: Renata e Massimo Calabresi dall’antifascismo all’esilio politico e razziale,” to the Faculty of Psychology, University of Florence, Florence, Italy, Oct. 26, 2010
• Panelist, Long-Term Investors Club Conference, Toward a Sustainable Future: The Role of Long-term Investment, and spoke on “Why Markets Need Governments,” Venice, Italy, Oct. 28, 2010
• Participated in Aspen Seminars for Leaders, Aspen Institute Italia Conference, “Culture, Leadership, Responsibility,” Cernobbio (Villa d’Este), Italy, Nov. 5–7, 2010
• Participated in Morris Tyler Moot Court Competition, Yale Law School, with Chief Judge Dennis Jacobs of the Second Circuit, and Judge Merrick Garland of the District of Columbia Circuit, in Ashcroft v. Al-Kidd,
Dec. 6. 2011

• Delivered lecture, “Capital Punishment, The Judge and the Unjust Law” (“La pena di morte, il giudice e la legge ingiusta”), Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, Italy, Jan. 20, 2011
• Attended Scuola Normale Superiore, in Celebration of the Publication of the Dizionario Storico Dell’Inquisizione, and spoke on the utility of such a dictionary for jurists, Pisa, Italy, Mar. 4, 2011
• Participated in Aspen Seminars for Leaders, Aspen Institute Italia Conference, “I protagonisti italiani nel mondo,” Cernobbio (villa d’Este), Italy, Mar. 11-12, 2011

publications
The Costs of Class Actions: Allocation and Collective Redress in the U.S. Experience (with K. Schwartz), 31 Eur. J. Law & Econ. (Online First, Mar. 11, 2011)

other professional highlights
• Recipient (in absentia) of: The William L. Prosser Award, presented by the Torts and Compensation Systems Section of the American Association of Law Schools (AALS) 2011 Annual Meeting, “Core Educational Values,” in recognition of “…outstanding contributions of law teachers in scholarship, teaching, and service in … torts and compensation systems…,” San Francisco, CA, Jan. 8, 2011

Amy Chua

lectures and addresses
• Global Agenda Council Members, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, “The Shift of Paradigms from East to West,” with former Harvard president Larry Summers, Jan. 26, 2011
• Morningstar Ibbotsen Conference, Orlando, FL, “Day of Empire: How Hyperpowers Rise to Global Dominance—and Why They Fall,” Mar. 3, 2011
• Women of the World (WOW) Summit, New York City, “China: What Women Want,” Mar. 11, 2011

publications
Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother (Penguin Press, 2011)

other professional highlights
• Numerous appearances on television and radio broadcasts to discuss Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, including Charlie Rose, The Colbert Report, and BBC Hard Talk

Jules L. Coleman

lectures and addresses
• Culverhouse Lecture, Stetson Law School, “Two Views of Legal Theory”

publications
The Place of Justice in Tort Law (ARA Editores, 2011)

other professional highlights
• Culverhouse Distinguished Professor, Stetson Law School

Dennis E. Curtis

lectures and addresses
• Speaker: “Inventing Democratic Courts,” Yale Law School Dinner, The Association of American Law Schools, San Francisco, CA, Jan. 5, 2011 (with Judith Resnik)
• Speaker, Representing Justice, University College London, Faculty of Law, London, UK, Jan. 19, 2011 (with Judith Resnik)
• Speaker: “Representing Justice: Invention, Controversy, and Rights in City-States and Democratic Courtrooms,” American Philosophical Society Library Lecture Series, Benjamin Franklin Hall, Philadelphia, PA, Jan. 28, 2011 (with Judith Resnik)
• Speaker: “Representing and Contesting Ideologies of the Public Sphere, Symposium sponsored by the Yale Journal of Law and Humanities and the Whitney Humanities Center,” New Haven, CT, Feb. 3, 2011 (with Judith Resnik)
• Lecturer: “The Future of Judges and Courts—The Decline of Public Justice: Does it Matter?,” University College of London, London, UK, Mar. 14, 2011 (with Judith Resnik)

publications
• Representing Justice: Invention, Controversy, and Rights in City-States and Democratic Courtrooms, Yale University Press, 2011 (with Judith Resnik)
• Object Lesson: On and Off Her Pedestal, Yale Alumni Magazine (Nov./Dec. 2010) (with Judith Resnik)
• Designing Justice, LA Daily Journal (Jan. 21, 2011) (with Judith Resnik)
• What Does Justice Look Like?, Jan. 21, 2011, Slate, available at http://www.slate.com/id/2281277/ (with Judith Resnik)
• From Fool’s Blindfolded to the Veil of Ignorance, Yale Law Report (Winter 2011) (with Judith Resnik)
The Changing Face of Justice: The Visual Vocabulary of Courts is a Transnational Symbol of Government, Mar. 24, 2011, Guardian (with Judith Resnik)

Mirjan R. Damas?ka

publications
The Competing Visions of Fairness: The Basic Choice for International Criminal Tribunals, 36 N.C. J. Int’l L. & Com. Reg., 365–381 (2011)
The New Croatian Evidence Law in Comparative Perspective, 16 Croatian Ann. Crim. L. & Prac., 821–837 (2010)

other professional highlights
• Memorandum of reply to counterclaim in the case Croatia v. Serbia before the International Court of Justice, Dec. 2010

Drew S. Days III

lectures and addresses
• Inaugural Lecture of The Elihu Root Society of Hamilton College, NY, Oct. 20, 2010
• Panelist, “Hot Topics Before the New Court,” American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, Washington, DC,
Nov. 8, 2010

• “Carter, Clinton and Civil Rights,” The Whitney Center, Hamden, CT, Feb. 7, 2011

Steven B. Duke

lectures and addresses
• Lewis and Clark College Conference on International Affairs, “The Role of Drug Prohibition in International Criminal Organizations,” Apr. 5, 2011

Robert C. Ellickson

lectures and addresses
• Yale Law School Alumni Association, Constitutional Law Breakfast, New York, “Regulating Institutions:
The Downtown Mosque”

• UCLA Law School, Friday Faculty Colloquium, Los Angeles, CA, “Legal Sources of Residential Lock-Ins: Why French Households Move Half as Often as American Households”
• Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, New Haven, CT, Chair of Session on Property and Commentator on Bernadette Atuahene, “Where Did the Money Go? Did the Financial Awards Distributed by the South African Land Restitution Program Contribute to Economic Development?”
• Yale Law School, Debating Law and Religion Series, “Sacred Land: The Functional and Symbolic Dimensions of the Ground Zero ‘Mosque’ Controversy”
• Whitney Center, Hamden, CT, “Did Mayor Richard Lee’s Urban Renewal Program Help New Haven?”
• Yale Law School, Annual Comparative Law Workshop, Commentator on Monica Eppinger, “Unravelling the Illiberal Commons: On Property, Personhood, and the New Objectivity”

William N. Eskridge, Jr.

lectures and addresses
• The Seegers Lecture in Jurisprudence, Valparaiso University School of Law, “Six Myths That Confuse the Gay Marriage Debate,” Nov. 18, 2010
• Yale Law Journal Conference on Eskridge and Ferejohn’s Republic of Statutes (2010), Yale Law School, Dec. 10–11, 2010
• The Hager Lecture, University of Tulsa School of Law, “New Tensions Between Equality for Women and Gays and Liberty for Traditionalists,” Jan. 20, 2011
• Scarpa Conference on Eskridge and Ferejohn’s Republic of Statutes (2010), Villanova University School of Law, Feb. 11, 2011
• The Coen Lecture, University of Colorado School of Law, “Discrimination to Protect Liberty,” Mar. 16, 2011
• Co-Sponsor (with Abbe Gluck) of Roundtable Conference on Legislation and Statutory Interpretation, Columbia University School of Law, April 8, 2011

publications
Noah’s Curse: How Religion Often Conflates Status, Belief, and Conduct to Resist Antidiscrimination Norms, 45 Ga. L. Rev. 657 (2011)
Is Political Powerlessness a Requirement for Heightened Equal Protection Scrutiny?, 50 Washburn L.J. 1 (2011)
Chevron as a Canon, Not a Precedent: An Empirical Study of What Motivates Justices in Agency Deference Cases, 110 Colum. L. Rev. 1727 (2010) (co-authored with C. N. Raso)

Daniel C. Esty

lectures and addresses
• Corporate Responsibility Officer Summit, Chicago, IL, “Green to Gold: Secrets to Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage”
• Coalition for Green Capital, Washington, DC, “Clean Energy Investment”
• Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, Administrator’s 40th Anniversary Speaker Series, “Green to Gold: The Next Generation of Environmental Protection”
• Connecticut League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, Hartford, CT, Keynote at the 11th Annual Environmental Summit, “Green to Gold”
• Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop, Bridgeport, CT, “What Does the Future Hold?”
• Naugatuck River Forum, Waterbury, CT, “DEEP Strategy”
• Financial Times Sustainable Investment Conference, New York, NY, “The Business Case for Sustainability”

publications
The Green to Gold Business Playbook: How to Implement Sustainability Practices for Bottom-Line Results in Every Business Function (with P.J. Simmons), 2011

other professional highlights
• Appointed by Governor Malloy to serve as Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)

Owen M. Fiss

lectures and addresses
• Leary Lecture, University of Utah, “Failing the Constitution,” Oct. 26, 2010
• University of Miami, “Law and Terrorism,” Feb. 17, 2011
• Adams Lecture, Temple University, “The World We Live In,” Mar. 1, 2011
• Legal Scholarship Symposium, University of Tulsa, “Aberrations No More,” Mar. 25, 2011
• Loyola Law School, Chicago, “The World We Live In,” Apr. 14, 2011

publications
Timeless Truths, in Transformations in American Legal History, D. Hamilton & A. Brophy ed., Harvard University Press, 2010, p. 400
Encarcelamiento sin juicio, El Cronista, Portal Derecho, Madrid, Jan. 17, 2011, p. 16; Inseguridad, democracia y derecho, Seminario en Latinoamérica de teoría constitucional y política, Libraria, Buenos Aires, 2011, p. 208

other professional highlights
• Co-director of the Middle East Legal Studies Seminar (MELSS)
• Co-director of Seminario en Latinoamérica de Teoría Constitucional y Política (SELA)
• Member of Advisory Selection Committee, Fellowship Program, Open Society Institute, NYC
• Chair, Board of Directors, Iran Human Rights Documentation Center, New Haven, CT
• Advisor, Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project, NYC

Heather K. Gerken

lectures and addresses
• Voting Rights Panel, Department of Justice 2011 Civil Rights Conference for the District of Connecticut, Quinnipiac Law School, Mar. 2011
• “Federalism All the Way Down,” Duke Law School,
Mar. 2011

• “Exit, Voice, and Disloyalty,” Faculty Workshop, UNC Law School, Mar. 2011
• “Exit, Voice, and Disloyalty,” Legal Theory Workshop, Penn Law School, Feb. 2011
• “Federalism All The Way Down,” Conference on Federalism and its Future, University of Texas Law School, Feb. 2011
• “Voice, Exit, and Disloyalty,” Workshop on Law and Social Policy, Harvard Law School, Feb. 2011
• “Shortcuts to Reform,” Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation, Pew Foundation, Washington, DC,
Dec. 2010

• “Beyond Voice and Exit,” Inequality Seminar, Harvard University, Nov. 2010
• “The Foreword: Federalism All The Way Down,” Harvard Law Review Supreme Court Forum, Harvard Law School, Nov. 2010
• Keynote Address, “The Future of Campaign Finance Reform After Citizens United,” Symposium—An Intersection of Laws: Citizens United v. FEC, Georgia State Law School, Nov. 2010
• “A New Take on Voice and Exit in Federalism Debates,” James Gould Cutler Memorial Lecture, William & Mary Law School, Oct. 2010

publications
The Foreword: Federalism All the Way Down, 124 Harv. L. Rev. 4 (2010)
Judge Stories: Clerking for Judge Reinhardt, 120 Yale L.J. 529 (2010)
The Institutional Turn in Election Law Scholarship (with M. Kang), in Race, Reform, and Regulation of the Electoral Process: Recurring Puzzles in American Democracy (Gerken, Charles & Kang eds., 2010)
Keynote Address, What Election Law Has to Say to Constitutional Law, 44 Ind. L. Rev. 7 (2010)
Coloring Inside the Lines, Slate (Nov. 10, 2010)

other professional highlights
• Selected to be featured in a Harvard University Press book describing the “Best Law Teachers” in the country

Robert W. Gordon

lectures and addresses
• Conference on Law, History And Memory, Univ. of Southern Calif. Law School, “Can’t We—Finally—Dispense with Originalism?,” Feb. 2011
• Cornell Law School, “Comment: Brad Wendel’s Legal Ethics,” Dec. 2010
• University of Michigan Law School, Paper on “Critical Legal Histories Revisited,” Dec. 2010
• University of Toronto Faculty of Law, March 2011

publications
• Edited Book: Law Society and History: Essays on Themes in the Work of Lawrence M. Friedman (with M. J. Horwitz) (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2011)
Method and Politics: Morton Horwitz on Lawyers’ Uses of History, in Transformation in American Legal History: Essays In Honor of Morton J. Horwitz (D. Hamilton & A. Brophy eds.) (Harvard Univ. Press, 2010)
Are Lawyers Friends of Democracy?, in The Paradox of Professionalism: Lawyers and the Possibility of Justice (Scott L. Cummings ed., Oxford U.P., 2011)
Review Essay on Melvin I. Urofsky, Louis D. Brandeis, 60
J. Legal Educ. 549-63 (2011)

Henry Hansmann

lectures and addresses
• Annual Meeting of the American Law and Economics Association, Princeton, presented paper on “Regulatory Dualism as a Development Strategy: Corporate Reform in Brazil, the United States, and the European Union” (co-authored by R. Gilson and
M. Pargendler), May 7, 2010

• Conference on Firm Governance Law in History, Tel Aviv, presented Paper on “Voting Restrictions in 19th Century Corporations: Investor Protection or Consumer Protection?” (with M. Pargendler), Jun. 14, 2010
• First Annual Meeting of the Spanish Society for Law and Economics, Madrid, gave Keynote Lecture on “Regulatory Dualism,” Jul. 1, 2010
• Paduano Seminar, Stern School of Business, NYU, “Why Do Universities Have Endowments?,” Oct. 22, 2010
• Workshop on Corporate Governance, Copenhagen Business School, June 18, 2010, and Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Yale Law School, November 5, 2010: presented paper on “Virtual Ownership and Managerial Distance: The Governance of Industrial Foundations” (co-authored by S. Thomsen)
• NBER Meeting on Organizational Economics, Cambridge, MA, presented paper on “A Nexus of Contracts Theory of Legal Entities” (co-authored by
K. Ayotte), Dec. 11, 2010

publications
• Regulatory Dualism as a Development Strategy: Corporate Reform in Brazil, the United States, and the European Union, 63 Stanford L. Rev. 475–537 (2011) (with R. Gilson and M. Pargendler)
• The Contractualization of Organizational Law, in Stefan Grundmann, et al. (eds.), Festschrift für Klaus J. Hopt zum 70 Geburtstag: Unternehmen, Markt und Verantwortung, Vol 1, 747–764 (2010) (with R. Kraakman)
• The Economics of Nonprofit Organizations, Klaus Hopt and Thomas Hippel eds., Comparative Corporate Governance of Non-Profit Organizations 60–72 (Cambridge U. P., 2010)

other professional highlights
• Joined scientific board of Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity, Jan. 2011
• Joined scientific advisory board of Dovenschmidt Quarterly, Apr. 2011

Oona A. Hathaway

lectures and addresses
* Columbia Law School Legal Theory Workshop, New York, “Outcasting” (with S. Shapiro), Apr. 2011
• American Bar Association, Ratification of the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women: Politics, Principles, or Treaty Phobia?, Washington D.C., Apr. 2011
• International Law/International Relations Stocktaking Conference, University of Pennsylvania School of Law, “The Realist Tradition,” Apr. 2011
• American Constitution Society, Yale Law School, discussion with Lawrence Korb, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, “U.S. Use of Drones in the War on Terror,” Mar. 29, 2011
• The Separation of Powers: Theory, Development, and Applications, Notre Dame Law School, South Bend, Indiana, “Democracy in the Balance: Strengthening Accountability in International Lawmaking,” Mar. 2011
• Advisory Committee of International Law, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, “Is the 2001 AUMF enough to support current U.S. military and detention activities?,” Dec. 2010
• New York University Law School International Law Workshop, New York, NY, “Outcasting” (with S. Shapiro), Nov. 2010
• Foreign Relations Law Workshop, Duke Law School, “Limited War and the Constitution,” Nov. 2010

publications
The Clock is Ticking on Obama’s War, Foreign Policy, Apr. 6, 2011 (with B. Ackerman)
It’s Not Up to the President to Impose a No-Fly Zone Over Libya, Huffington Post, Mar. 9, 2011 (with
B. Ackerman)

Did Congress Approve America’s Longest War?,
The Guardian, Jan. 27, 2011 (with B. Ackerman)
• Limited War and the Constitution, Mich. L. Rev. (2011) (with B. Ackerman)
The Case for Promoting Democracy Through Export Control, Harv. J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 17 (2010)

other professional highlights
• Appointed Professor (by courtesy), Yale University Department of Political Science
• Appointed Member, Council on Foreign Relations
• Appointed Fellow, Berkeley College, Yale University

Paul W. Kahn

lectures and addresses
• The Enduring Legacy of Just and Unjust Wars—35 Years Later, NYU Law School, “Just and Unjust Wars: Drones and the Law of War”
• The Body and the State: How the State Controls and Protects the Body, The Center for Public Scholarship at The New School, “Torture and the Dream of Reason”
• Haverford College, “Love and Politics: What Political Theory can Learn from the Movies”
• Victoria Colloquium Series, University of Victoria, “Love, Innocence and the State”
• IILJ Colloquium, NYU Law School, “Imagining Warfare”
• Harvard Law School, “Sacred Violence”

publications
Criminal and Enemy in the Political Imagination 99, The Yale Review, Issue 1, pages 148–167, January 2011
Political Theology: Four New Chapters on the Concept of Sovereignty (Columbia University Press, 2011)

Douglas Kysar

lectures and addresses
• Panelist, “STS and Law: Reframing Rights,” Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Apr. 8, 2011
• “What Climate Change Can Do About Tort Law,” Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, New Orleans, LA, Mar. 10, 2011
• “Regulating from Nowhere: Environmental Law and the Search for Objectivity,” Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Mar. 1, 2011
• “Regulating from Nowhere: Environmental Law and the Search for Objectivity,” Environmental Law and Policy Program Lecture Series, University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Feb. 9, 2011
• Panelist, “Corporations and Consumers,” Corporations as Progressive Actors Conference, New York University Law School, New York, NY, Feb. 4, 2011
• “What Climate Change Can Do About Tort Law,” Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY, Jan. 13, 2011
• “Climate Change, Courts, and the Common Law,” Joseph M. Field ’55 Professor of Law Inaugural Lecture, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, Nov. 15, 2010
• “Regulating from Nowhere: Environmental Law and the Search for Objectivity,” American Constitution Society, Washington, DC, Nov. 4, 2010
• Commentator, Frankel Lecture, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX, Nov. 3, 2010

publications
What Climate Change Can Do About Tort Law, 41 Envtl. L. 1 (2011)
Ecologic: Nanotechnology, Environmental Assurance Bonding, and Symmetric Humility, 28 UCLA Envtl L. & Pol’y J. 201 (2010)
Politics by Other Meanings: A Comment on “Retaking Rationality Two Years Later, 48 Houston L. Rev. 43 (2010)

other professional highlights
• Authored Brief Amicus Curiae of Tort Law Scholars in Support of Respondents, American Electric Power Co., Inc. v. Connecticut, No. 10-174 (S. Ct. March 18, 2011)
• Appointed Professor, by courtesy, at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

John H. Langbein

lectures and addresses
• American Society for Legal History, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Nov. 18–20. Spoke Nov. 19 on “The Future of English Legal History.” Nov. 20, Commentator, Panel: Comparing the Chinese and English Legal Traditions
• Lecture, Max Planck Institute for Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany, Jan. 10, 2011, “Plea Bargaining and the Disappearance of the Criminal Trial: Lessons from Anglo-American and German Legal History”
• Lecture, “The Myth of Convergence in Comparative Civil Procedure,” University of Freiburg, Germany, Institute for German and Foreign Civil Procedure,
Jan. 12, 2011

other professional highlights
• 2010 Green Bag Award for best written book, for History of the Common Law: The Development of Anglo-American Legal Institutions (2009) (with
R. Lerner & B. Smith)

public service
• American Law Institute, Advisor, Restatement (Third) Trusts. Attended Advisors’ meeting, Iowa City, IA,
Nov. 12–14, 2010

• Commissioner, Connecticut Commission on Uniform Legislation. Meeting, New Haven, CT, Feb. 28, 2011
• Attended meeting of American Bar Association, Joint Committee on Employee Benefits, Baltimore, MD,
Mar. 30–Apr. 1

Jonathan R. Macey

lectures and addresses
• Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Address to Property Rights Task Force on “The Financial Crisis and Investment Banks’ Investment in Reputation”
• The University of Lisbon and the Catholic University of America, Lisbon, Portgal, “The Financial Crisis: How We Got Here and How We Get Out”
• The Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester, New York, NY, “Challenges to Leadership and Governance”
• Istituto Bruno Leoni, The Stresa Seminar, Grand Hotel, Pallanza, Italy, “Regulators and Competition”
• Bocconi University Bookstore, Milan Italy, “Corporate Governance: Promises Kept, Promises Broken,” presentation on the occasion of the translation of Professor Macey’s book into Italian
• University of Turin Bookstore, Turin Italy, “Corporate Governance: Promises Kept, Promises Broken,” presentation on the occasion of the translation of Professor Macey’s book into Italian

publications
The Value of Reputation in Corporate Finance and Investment Banking (and the Related Roles of Regulation and Market Efficiency), 22 J. Applied Corp. Fin. 18–29 (2010)
Macey on Corporate Law, (2 volume treatise), Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2011
Uncle Sam and the Hostile Takeover, Wall St. J., Mar. 21, 2011
The Governor’s Power Grab, N.Y. L. J., Mar. 7, 2011
Did Egypt’s Rising Economy Lead to Hosni Mubarak’s Fall?, Politico.com, Feb. 18, 2011
The SEC’s Facebook Fiasco, Wall St. J., Jan. 20, 2011
Who Wants to Watch ‘Bank Bailout 2’?, Politico.com, Oct. 28, 2010

other professional highlights
• Economic Advisory Board, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
• Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Visiting Fellow and Member, Task Force on Property Rights
• Chief of Arbitration Panel, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, In Re Application of Laidlaw & Company (London)
• Chair, Yale University Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility

Nicholas R. Parrillo

lectures and addresses
• Harvard Legal History Workshop, Cambridge, MA, “Against the Profit Motive: The Transformation of American Government, 1780–1940” (excerpts from book manuscript), Mar. 31, 2011
• NYU Legal History Colloquium, New York, NY, “Against the Profit Motive: The Transformation of American Government, 1780–1940” (excerpts from book manuscript), Feb. 2 and 9, 2011

publications
Testing Weber: Compensation for Public Services, Bureaucratization, and the Development of Positive Law in the United States, in Comparative Administrative Law (S. Rose-Ackerman & P. L. Lindseth eds.) (Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar, 2010)

Robert C. Post

lectures and addresses
• University of Virginia Law School, “Fundamental Principles of First Amendment Jurisprudence,” Oct. 23, 2010
• Annual AALS Convention, San Francisco, “Can there be Full Academic Freedom without Tenure?,” Jan. 6, 2011
• Annual AALS Convention, San Francisco, International Perspectives on Core AALS Values, Jan. 8, 2011
• 41st Annual ABA Dean’s Workshop, San Diego, “Unbundling Academic Freedom from Tenure,” Mar. 4, 2011
• Nathaniel L. Nathanson Lecture, University of San Diego, “Academic Freedom and the Constitution,”
Mar. 11, 2011

publications
Theorizing Disagreement: Reconceiving the Relationship Between Law and Politics, 98 Cal. L. Rev. 1319 (2010)
Sargent Shriver’s Legacy of Caring, Hartford Courant, Jan. 22, 2011, at A9

Claire Priest

lectures and addresses
• Conference on Globalizing Property Rights, Columbia Law School, “Creating an American Property Law,”
Oct. 22, 2010

• Conference on The Struggle for Land: Property, Territory, and Jurisdiction in Early Modern Europe and the Americas, Chicago, IL, “Creating an American Property Law,” Apr. 8, 2011

George L. Priest

lectures and addresses
• “Competition Law in Developing Nations: The Absolutist’s View,” Global Antitrust, Global Competition Law Conference: Implementing Competition Law and Policy, Global Perspectives, New Delhi, India, Nov. 18–19, 2010
• “The Advance of Modern U.S. Tort Law and its Excesses” at Conference, The American Illness, Arlington, VA, Dec. 3–4, 2010
• “The Exception and the Rule,” MELSS, Dead Sea, Jordan, Jan. 14–16, 2011
• Panelist, “Rules for Growth,” 2011 State of Entrepreneurship Address & Luncheon, The Kauffman Foundation, Washington, DC, Feb. 8, 2011
• Kauffman Foundation Strategy Conference, Buffalo Creek, CO, March 17–20, 2011

publications
Market Share Liability in Personal Injury and Public Nuisance Litigation: An Economic Analysis, 18 Sup. Ct. Econ. Rev. 109 (2010)
The Importance of Law in Promoting Innovation and Growth (with R. Cooter, A. Edlin & R. E. Litan), in Rules for Growth: Promoting Innovation and Growth through Legal Reform 1 (Kauffman Foundation, 2011)
Advancing Antitrust Law to Promote Innovation and Economic Growth, in Rules for Growth: Promoting Innovation and Growth through Legal Reform, 209 (Kauffman Foundation, 2011)
The Effects of Modern Tort Law on Innovation and Economic Growth, in Rules for Growth: Promoting Innovation and Growth through Legal Reform, 273 (Kauffman Foundation, 2011)
The Advance of Modern U.S. Tort Law and its Excesses, in The American Illness (F.H. Buckley ed., 2011)
Competition Law in Developing Nations: The Absolutist’s View, forthcoming in Global Competition Law and Economics (Sokol & Lianos eds., 2011)

W. Michael Reisman

lectures and addresses
• Delivered paper, “The United Nations and International Law-Making” for panel entitled “The Role of the United Nations in the Development of International Law,” at the International Law Weekend: 89th Annual Meeting of the American Branch of the International Law Association, “International Law and Institutions: Advancing Justice, Security and Prosperity,” Oct. 21, 2010, New York
• Delivered paper, “Crossovers: Investment and Human Rights Tribunals as Courts of Last Appeal in International Commercial Arbitration,” for panel “Stop the Hand-Wringing and Do Something: Solutions on the Table to What is Perceived to be Wrong with International Arbitration” at the ASIL Mid-Year Meeting, Miami, FL, Nov. 12, 2010
• Lectured at Universidad Panamericana for Conference on “Legal Education, Political Transformations and the Constitutive Process of Decision Making;” also delivered a lecture to a class for the Master’s Degree Program in Government and Public Policy entitled “Development and Nation-Building,” Mexico City, Mexico, Nov. 19, 2010
• Lectured on International Investment at City University of Hong Kong, Nov. 23, 2010
• Gave Keynote Address, “In Personal Performance Codes, One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Clarifying the Professional and Ethical Responsibilities of Decision-Makers” at the 2nd International Conference on the New Haven School, Hong Kong, Nov. 24, 2010.
• Delivered paper, “Temporal Issues in Arbitration” at the 3rd Hague Prize Colloquium on Fundamental Principles of Law in Honor of Dame Rosalyn Higgins: Temporal Issues in International Law, T.M.C. Asser Instituut, The Hague, The Netherlands, Dec. 3, 2010

publications
• Foreword in Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy 2009–2010 (K. P. Sauvant ed.) xix (2010)
Interpreting Treaties for the Benefit of Third Parties: The ‘Salvors’ Doctrine’ and the Use of Legislative History in Investment Treaties, with M. H. Arsanjani, 104:4 Am. J. Int’l L. 597 (2010)
• East African Piracy and the Defense of World Public Order, with M. H. Arsanjani, in Law of the Sea in Dialogue (H. Hestermeyer, N. Matz-Lück, A. Seibert-Fohr & S. Vöneky eds.) 137 (2010)
• Soft Law and Law Jobs, 2:1 J. Int’l Disp. Settlement 25 (2011)
• The Changing Relation of National Courts and International Commercial Arbitration, with H. Iravani, in The American Review of International Arbitration, 2010/Vol. 21, Nos. 1–4, p. 5 (2011)

other professional highlights
• ASIL Committee on Elections to the ICJ (chair) (2011)
• Attended the Department of State Advisory Committee on International Law Meeting, Dec. 9, 2010, Washington, DC
• Argued case concerning The Application of the Interim Accord of 13 September 1995 (The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia v. Greece), International Court of Justice, Mar. 21–30, 2011
• Speaker at the New York City Bar International Commercial Disputes Committee Meeting, New York, NY, Apr. 14, 2011

Judith Resnik

lectures and addresses
• Panelist: “Federalism(s) and Comparative and Transnational Constitutionalism,” Georgetown University Law School, Washington, DC, Oct. 29, 2010
• Panelist: “Comparative (In)Equalities: CEDAW and the Gender of Jurisdiction,” Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York, NY, Nov. 14, 2010
• Moderator: “Access to Justice: Fellowships in the Public Interest,” Yale University, Davenport College, New Haven, CT, Nov. 16, 2010
• Interviewer: A Conversation with Zainab Salbi, Honoree, Arts and Ideas, New Haven Lawn Club, New Haven, CT, Nov. 18, 2010
• Speaker: “Inventing Democratic Courts,” Yale Law School Dinner, The Association of American Law Schools, San Francisco, CA, Jan. 5, 2011 (with Dennis Curtis)
• Speaker: “Representing Justice: Invention, Controversy, and Rights in City-States and Democratic Courtrooms,” University College London, Faculty of Law, London, UK, Jan. 19, 2011 (with Dennis Curtis)
• Moderator: “Fair Game: A Conversation with Doug Liman, Emily Bazelon, Gorden Edelstein and Stan Crock,” Yale University, New Haven, CT, Jan. 25, 2011
• Speaker: “Representing Justice,” American Philosophical Society Library Lecture Series, Benjamin Franklin Hall, Philadelphia, PA, Jan. 28, 2011 (with Dennis Curtis)
• Speaker: “Representing and Contesting Ideologies of the Public Sphere,” Symposium sponsored by the Yale Journal of Law and Humanities, the Whitney Humanities Center, and the Ruebhausen Fund, New Haven, CT, Feb. 3, 2011 (with Dennis Curtis)
• Delivered paper: “Aggregation and the Shifting Contours of Due Process,” Faculty Workshop, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, Feb. 14, 2011
• Delivered paper: “Aggregation and the Shifting Contours of Due Process,” Faculty Workshop, Columbia Law School, New York, NY, Feb. 17, 2011
• Moderator: Keynote Address and Plenary, Burt Neuborne; and moderator: panel on “Criminal Justice in Indian Country: Current Practices, Challenges, and the Promises of the Tribal Law and Order Act,” Reblaw Conference 2011, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, Feb. 18, 2011
• Speaker: “Detention and the Constitution: From Guantánamo Bay to Ohio’s Supermax,” Faculty Workshop, College of Law, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, Feb. 24, 2011
• James Fraser Smith Distinguished Lecturer: “Inventing Democratic Courts,” College of Law, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, Feb. 24, 2011
• Panelist: “Creating and Recreating the Ideal Law School,” College of Law, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, Feb. 25, 2011
• Convener: 14th Annual Liman Colloquium: Confrontation, Collaboration, and Cooperation: (En) Countering Disagreement in the Pursuit of the Public Interest; Moderator: “Correcting Corrections,” 14th Annual Liman Colloquium, Yale Law School, Mar. 4, 2011
• Panelist: “Detention, Supermax, and Human Rights: Human Rights in the Obama Administration,” Leitner Center, Fordham Law School, New York, NY, Mar. 10, 2011
• Lecturer: “The Future of Judges and Courts—The Decline of Public Justice: Does it Matter?,” University College of London, London, UK, Mar. 14, 2011 (with Dennis Curtis)

publications
Representing Justice: Invention, Controversy, and Rights in City-States and Democratic Courtrooms, Yale University Press, 2011 (with Dennis Curtis)
Reading Reinhardt: The Work of Constructing Legal Virtue (Exempla Iustitiae), 120 Yale LJ 539 (2010)
Compared to What?: ALI Aggregation and the Shifting Contours of Due Process and of Lawyers’ Powers, 79 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 628 (2011)
Object Lesson: On and Off Her Pedestal, Yale Alumni Magazine (November/December 2010) (with Dennis Curtis)
Designing Justice, LA Daily Journal (Jan. 21, 2011)
(with Dennis Curtis)

What Does Justice Look Like?, Jan. 21, 2011, Slate, available at http://www.slate.com/id/2281277/ (with Dennis Curtis)
From Fool’s Blindfolded to the Veil of Ignorance, Yale Law Report (Winter 2011) (with Dennis Curtis)
The Changing Face of Justice: The Visual Vocabulary of Courts is a Transnational Symbol of Government, Mar. 24, 2011, Guardian (with Dennis Curtis)

other professional highlights
• Recipient of the Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award for Outstanding Faculty in Psychology or Law, Award Ceremony, Columbia University, New York, NY, Mar. 5, 2011
• Commentator: “Federal Judicial Appointments and
the Courts’ Workload,” The Takeaway (Public Radio), Mar. 18, 2011

• Commentator: “Justice and the Courts,” Think Africa Press, Podcast Interview, Mar. 18, 2011
• Commentator: “14th Annual Liman Colloquium,”
The Public File (WPLR-STAR 99.9), Mar. 25, 2011

Roberta Romano

lectures and addresses
• Cornell Law School Faculty Workshop, “Reflections on the Financial Crisis”
• Brooklyn Law School Faculty Workshop, “Reflections on the Financial Crisis”
• Munich University Center for Advanced Studies, “Law as a Product” Research Programme Opening Event, “Reflections on ‘Law as a Product’”
• Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder Finance Seminar, “For International Financial Regulation Diversity”
• Duke University School of Law Faculty Workshop,
“For International Financial Regulation Diversity”

• Columbia University Law School Preliminary Conference Meeting on Corporate Governance after the Crisis

Carol M. Rose

lectures and addresses
• Stanford Law School Environment and Energy Workshop, “Hernando DeSoto’s Work and its Environmental Implications,” Oct. 24, 2010
• Conference on Wildfire: Economics, Law and Policy, “Norms and Fire Management, comment on Karen Bradshaw, Wildfire Suppression Dynamics Between Public and Private Land Managers,” Nov. 12. 2010
• Faculty Workshop, Loyola of Los Angeles Law School, “Racial Covenants and Housing Segregation, Yesterday and Today,” Feb. 10, 2011
• Univ. of California, Berkeley, Workshop on Environmental Law, “Liberty, Property and Environmentalism,” Mar. 7, 2011
• UCLA Law School, “Racing Property: Racially Restrictive Covenants and Norm Entrepreneurs,” Apr. 8, 2011

publications
El Derecho de Propiedad en Clave Interdisciplinaria (L. Grosman trans. & ed.) (Buenos Aires: Universidad de Palermo, 2010)
• Ostrom and the Lawyers: The Impact of Governing the Commons on the American Legal Academy, 5 Intl. J. of the Commons 28 (2011)

Susan Rose-Ackerman

lectures and addresses
• Short course in Comparative Administrative Law, EU-wide LLM program, Católica Global School of Law, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
• Presented talk, “Putting Cost-Benefit Analysis in Its Place,” workshop on Impact Assessments, Sciences Po, Paris
• NYU conference on Policing, Regulating and Prosecuting Corruption, participant in panel on International Corruption: The Exporting of American Corruption Law and Lessons from Abroad

publications
• (Edited with Peter Lindseth) Comparative Administrative Law, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham UK and Northhampton MA, 2010
• Co-authored with Diane A. Desierto & Natalia Volosin, Hyper-Presidentialism: Separation of Powers without Checks and Balances in Argentina and the Philippines, Berkeley J. Int’l L. 29(1): 101–188 (2011)
Putting Cost-Benefit Analysis in its Place: Rethinking Regulatory Review, U. Miami L. Rev. 65(2): 335–356 (2011)
Corruption and Other Political Pathologies, and Democracy and Corruption, in George T. Kurian ed., International Encyclopedia of Political Science, Washington DC: CQ Press, 2010

Peter H. Schuck

lectures and addresses
• Co-organizer and speaker, Yale-Jindal University conference on transnationalism and rule of law, New Delhi, India
• Conference on immigration and citizenship, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel
• Albany Law School conference on Jerry Mashaw’s forthcoming book
• University of Utah Law School, annual Fordham Debate, on birthright citizenship
• University of California, Irvine, “Immigration Puzzles” conference, on deportation/prison overcrowding
• University of California, Los Angeles, faculty workshop on deportation/prison overcrowding
• ADL program on immigration policy, New York City
• St. Thomas Law School conference on suing government and officials, keynote address, Minneapolis
• Lecture and faculty workshop, Washington University at St. Louis, refugee burden-sharing, and deportation/prison overcrowding
• Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, on immigration policy
• DePaul University College of Law, on Robert Rabin and the administrative state

publications
Tort as a Litigation Lottery: A Misconceived Metaphor, (with T. Lytton & R. Rabin), 52 B.C. L. Rev. 267 (2011)
Making the Case for Changing U.S. Policy Regarding Highly Skilled Immigrants, 38 Fordham Urban L.J. 327 (2010). (A shorter version is U.S. Policy Regarding Highly-Skilled Immigrants: Change Whose Time Has Come,” in Rules for Growth (R. Litan, ed., Kauffman Foundation, 2011) (with J. E. Tyler)
An Immigration Reform Window Opens, L.A. Times,
Jan. 30, 2011

Do Not Go Directly to Jail, N.Y. Times, Dec. 7, 2010, at A33
Fixer-Upper, The American Lawyer, Dec. 2010
Citizen Terrorist, Pol’y Rev. 61-73 (Dec. 2010–Jan. 2011)

other professional highlights
• NAS Committee on Budget Model for Department of Justice’s Immigration-Related Activities

Vicki Schultz

lectures and addresses
• Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, CA, faculty workshop, “Antidiscrimination Law as Disruption: The Emergence of a New Framework for Understanding and Addressing Discrimination,”
Apr. 11, 2011

• Symposium on Poverty and the Bureaucratic State:
A Symposium in Honor of Joel Handler, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, presenter, panel on “The Law and Society Project,” Mar. 11, 2011

• UCLA School of Law Faculty workshop, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, “Will Marriage Make Gay and Lesbian Couples Less Egalitarian? A Cautionary Tale,” Mar. 4, 2011
• Lecture, The Law and The Practice Series, Renaissance Weekend, Laguna Beach, CA, “A New Way of Thinking About Discrimination,” Feb. 20, 2011
• Cornerstone panel on Advice to the President, Renaissance Weekend, Laguna Beach, CA, “Encourage the States to Invest in Higher Education instead of Prison,” Feb. 20, 2011
• Cornerstone panel on Incredible Innovators’ Inventive Ideas, Renaissance Weekend, Laguna Beach, CA, “Rethinking Sexual Harassment,” Feb. 19, 2011
• UCLA Center for the Study of Women, UCLA Faculty Center, Los Angeles, CA, “Will Marriage Make Gay and Lesbian Couples Less Egalitarian? A Cautionary Tale,” Feb. 3, 2011
• Williams Institute, Roundtable on Marriage, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, “Marriage and the Division of Labor: Three Theories of the Relationship Between the Two,” Jan. 13, 2011

other professional highlights
• McDonald/Wright Visiting Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law, 2010–11
• Faculty Chair, Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law, 2010–11

James J. Silk

lectures and addresses
• Panelist and moderator, “Structure of Human Rights Programs,” Human Rights Studies in Academia conference, Yale University, Apr. 2011
• “From Here to Hebron: The Dilemma of Israel for a Liberal American Jew,” A Taste of Honey, Department of Jewish Education, Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven, Jan. 2011
• Moderator, “Economic Sanctions: Moral, Legal, and Strategic Perspectives” panel, sponsored by Arab Students Association at Yale, Yale Global Justice Program, Ethics, Politics and Economics Program, Yale International Students Organization, and Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights, Yale Law School, December 2010
• “Turkey’s Obligations Under Treaties and Conventions,” talk, Religious Freedom: Turkey’s Bridge to the European Union, conference, sponsored by the Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in America and Europe, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 2010

Kate Stith

lectures and addresses
• Overcriminalization 2.0 Conference, sponsored by National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Foundation for Criminal Justice, and George Mason School of Law, Washington, DC, panelist, “Regulation or Criminalization?,” Oct. 2010
• Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Yale Law School, “Discrimination in the Justice System,” chair, Nov. 2010
• Liman Colloquium, Yale Law School, “In and Out of Government,” moderator and speaker, Mar. 2011
• Yale Law School Federalist Society & South Asian Law Students Association, Yale Law School, “Sentencing Policy After Booker,” moderator and speaker, Mar. 2011
• Conference on Comparative Prosecution, University of Minnesota School of Law, commentator, Apr. 7–8, 2011
• Workshop on Criminal Justice Theory & Practice, Yale Law School, “Prosecuting Smart on Crime,” moderator, Apr. 12, 2011

publications
• Amicus Brief, Herrera v. Oregon (U.S. Supreme Court, No. 10-344)

James Q. Whitman

lectures and addresses
• “Legality: The Common Law Deviation,” University of Ghent, Dec. 2010
• “The Verdict of Battle”: Harvard Law School, Feb. 2011; Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mar. 2011; Tel Aviv University, Mar. 2011

publications
Response to my Reviewers, Quaderni Fiorentini per la storia del pensiero giuridico moderno 39 (2010): 758–761
Of Neo-Liberalism and Comparative Punishment, Critical Sociology 37 (2011): 217–224

other professional highlights
• Visiting Professor, Tel Aviv University, Mar. 2011

Michael J. Wishnie

lectures and addresses
• “Excessive Removal: Proportionality and Immigration Law,” University of California-Irvine School of Law, Irvine, CA, Feb. 2011
• Connecticut Bar Association, New Britain, CT, “Litigation and Strategy under the Freedom of Information Act, Jan. 2011
• “Immigration Enforcement in the Workplace,” Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal Symposium, Hofstra Law School, New York, NY, Nov. 2010
• “The Immigration Debate in 2010—The Federal and State Power Struggle for Balance in America’s Immigration Policy,” The Edgar M. Snyder Distinguished Visiting Scholar Program, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA, Oct. 2010
• “The Struggle for Balance in U.S. Immigration Policy,” American Constitution Society, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, Oct. 2010

other professional highlights
• Appointed to Advisory Board, Connecticut Veterans Legal Center
• Appointed to Board, Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project
Barrera v. Boughton, No. 3:07-cv-1436 (D.Conn.) (obtained record $650,000 settlement for day-laborers arrested in undercover “sting” operation, in civil rights suit brought against Mayor and City of Danbury, police officials, immigration agents, and United States)
Diaz-Bernal v. Myers, 758 F.Supp.2d 106 (D.Conn. 2010) (denying in substantial part motions to dismiss by immigrant agents, supervisors, and United States in civil rights suit arising from 2007 immigration raids in New Haven), notice of appeal pending.
• State of Connecticut Judical Branch, Court Support Services Division, Policy No. 4.57 (eff. Oct. 15, 2010)
Sec. 3.S. (rescinding policy requiring probation officers to perform immigration review of all probationers and to report potentially removable persons to immigration authorities)

John F. Witt

lectures and addresses
• University of Michigan Law School, “A False Feeling of Mercy: The Laws of War in the Age of Jackson,” Nov. 8, 2010
• American Society for Legal History annual meeting in Philadelphia, “Balancing Acts: 20th Century Democracies and Respect for the Law,” Nov. 19, 2010
• Princeton University Politics Department, “Emancipation and the Laws of War,” Feb. 10, 2011
• Allen H. Duffy Class of 1960 Inaugural Lecture, “Lincoln’s Code: The Puzzling History of the Laws of War,” Feb. 28, 2011
• Harvard Law School Legal History Workshop, “Lincoln’s Code: The Puzzling History of the Laws of War,” Mar. 3, 2011
• Zocalo Public Square, Los Angeles, CA, “Inventing the War Crime,” Mar. 14, 2011
• Stanford Law School Legal Studies Seminar, “Rules of Wrong: The Crime-War Boundary and the American Invention of the War Crime, 1815–1848,” Apr. 7, 2011
• Yale Law School Faculty Workshop, “Rules of Wrong: The Crime-War Boundary in Antebellum America,”
Apr. 11, 2011

other professional highlights
• Appointed to the Taft Court volume of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise History of the United States Supreme Court

faculty activities