ILS Events in 2010
- 9/14/10 What it Means to do Legal History.
Presentation by Prof. Karl Shoemaker followed by group discussion hosted
by Prof. Howard Erlanger. Brown bag at noon in Lubar Commons (7200
- 9/14/10 Aardvark: How to Deal with Peer Reviewed Journals hosted by Prof. Howard Erlanger.
- 9/16/10 Aardvark: The Best of Both Worlds: Designing Wisconsin's New Legal Writing Program with Ursula Weigold, Director of Legal Research and Writing.Hosted by Professor Howard Erlanger at noon in Lubar Commons.
- 9/17/10 Community Based Approaches to Prosecution by John Chisolm (Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office) Part of the ABA Roundtable described below.
- 9/17/10 ABA Defense and Prosecution Function Standards
Roundtable Hosted by Professors Cecelia Klingele and Ben Kempinen. See link for program details.
- 9/24/10 Legal History and Religion Workshop For faculty, by
invitation, with required readings; hosted by Prof. Mitra Sharafi.
- 9/24/10 Ideas & Innovations: Critical Race Theory by Kimberle Crenshaw, Professor of Law and UCLA and Columbia Law School. Faculty
workshop hosted by Prof. David Trubek at noon in Lubar Commons (7200 Law).
- 10/8/10 Ideas & Innovations: Competitiveness in State Supreme Court Elections, 1946-2009 by Herbert Kritzer,
Professor of Law, Public Policy and Political Science, University of
Minnesota and ILS Distinguished Scholar. at noon in Lubar Commons (7200
- Oct. 8-9, 2010 Midwest Law and
Society Retreat Biennial event bringing together faculty and
graduate students from the
Midwest's diverse law and society programs for a weekend of
intellectual exchange and community building. Registration period has
ended but graduate students may request admission. See link for program
and contact information.
- 10/15/10 Ideas & Innovations: International Travel, National Security and the U.S. Constitution by Jeffrey Kahn,
Assistant Professor of Law, SMU Dedman School of Law. Faculty workshop
hosted by Assoc. Dean Kathryn Hendley and cosponsored by CREECA, ILS and
the Global Legal Studies Center, at noon in Lubar Commons (7200 Law).
- 10/22/10 Ideas & Innovations: Civil Liberties in the Hughes Court Before 1937 by Mark V. Tushnet,
Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional Law, Georgetown
University Law Center. Hosted by Prof. Heinz Klug at noon in Lubar
- Oct. 22-23, 2010 Legal Education Reform After Carnegie: Bringing Law-in-Action into the Law School Classroom. Conference hosted by Professor Elizabeth Mertz. See link for details.
- 11/12/10 Ideas & Innovations: My Way or the Highway in Contract Law (subtitled "By reading the Above You Have Agreed to It) by Margaret Radin,
Henry King Ransom Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School.
Hosted by Associate Dean Heinz Klug and Professor Shubha Ghosh.
- Nov. 12-13, 2010 Law Review
Symposium: Intergenerational Equity and Intellectual Property
(Link to symposium website includes program and registration details.)
- 11/18/10 New Dimensions in the National Foreclosure Crisis: Lost Promissory Notes and the Mortgage Electronic Registration System by Christopher L. Peterson,
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, S.J. Quinney
College of Law, University of Utah. Hosted by Professor Thomas Mitchell
with support from the Oliver S. Rundell Fund. Cosponsored by the James
A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate at the UW Business School.
- 11/19/10 Aardvark: What is Law in Action? Hosted by Professor Howard Erlanger at 1:30 in Lubar Commons.
- 11/30/10 Aardvark: Writing and Grading Exams. Hosted by Professor Howard Erlanger at noon in Lubar Commons.