Fall 2004 Faculty Workshop Series

Fall 2004 Faculty Workshop Series

Monday, August 30 Bernard Jacob, Hofstra University School of Law
"Aristotle and the Graces"
Wednesday, September 8 K.J. Greene, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
"Bessie Smith, Courtney Love, and the Centrality of Black Cultural Production to Copyright Law: Does Intellectual Property Belong in the Debate over African-American Reparations?"
Monday, September 13 Kent Greenfield, Boston College Law School
"An Incomplete List of (Progressive) Corporate Governance Reforms"
Monday, September 20 Sarah Waldeck, Seton Hall Law School
"An Appeal to Charity: Using Philanthropy to Reinvigorate the Estate Tax"
Monday, September 27 Deborah Brake, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
"Resistance and Retaliation: The Under-Protection and Policing of Discrimination Claimants"
Monday, October 18 Denise Morgan, New York Law School
"The New Parity Debate: Congress and Rights of Belonging"
Monday, October 25 Jennifer Gordon, Fordham Law School
"The Best Labor Law in America: The United Farm Workers, the Agricultural Labor Relations Act, and Reflections on the Reform of the NLRA"
Thursday, October 28 Edward Stein, Cardozo Law School
"Past and Present Proposed Amendments to the Constitution Regarding Marriage"

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