ILS Events List for 2003

January

1/28/03 Someday All This Will Be Yours: Adoptions, Inheritance, and Duty in Capitalist America by Hendrik Hartog, Class of 1921 Bicentennial Professor of the History of American Law and Liberty, Princeton University. University Lecture cosponsored by the Departments of History, Sociology, and Human Development and Family Studies, and the Legal Studies Program.

February

Launched in February: Faculty Reading Group on State Theory and Law – An ongoing discussion group with Professors John Ohnesorge, Len Kaplan, Richard Ross, Heinz Klug, Jane Schacter, Jane Larson, Joe Thome, and Karl Shoemaker.

2/3/03 Improving Policing Through Problem-Oriented Research by Michael S. Scott, Founder of the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing, Inc. Cosponsored by the Remington Center and hosted by Professor Walter Dickey.

2/6/03 Using Case Studies in Teaching Law Aardvark discussion hosted by D. Gordon Smith, Principle Faculty, Initiative for Studies in Technology Entrepreneurship (INSITE).

2/10/03 Public and Private Support of Children: Welfare, Child Support and the Child Support Demonstration Evaluation, by Maria Cancian, Professor of Social Work, La Follette School of Public Affairs. 2002-03 Colloquium Series in Family Policy and Law hosted by Professor Tonya Brito and cosponsored by the Center for Excellence in Family Studies. (At SOHE)

2/13/03 Resolving U.S. - European Disputes Through Law: Is WTO Law Effective? by William J. Davey, Edwin M. Adams Professor of Law, University of Illinois College of Law. Part of the WAGE Transatlantic Relations Speaker Series for Spring 2003 hosted by Professor Greg Shaffer, sponsored by The Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), The Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), The Institute for Legal Studies, and The UW Law School; cosponsored by The European Union Center, LaFollette School of Public Affairs, The International Practice Section of the Wisconsin State Bar, and The Madison International Trade Association. CLE credit approved.

2/25/03 What Do Military Operational Lawyers Do? by Kevin Kelly, Assistant Dean for Curricular Affairs. Cosponsored by the Project for Law and the Humanities and hosted by Professor Len Kaplan.

2/27/03 Hegemonic Tales and Everyday News: Tort Reform, Mass Media, and the Production of Legal Knowledge by Michael McCann, Gordon Hirabayshi Professor for Advancement of Citizenship; Director, Comparative Law and Society Studies Center; and Director, Law, Societies and Justice, Department of Political Science, University of Washington. University Lecture sponsored by the Political Science Department and cosponsored by the Legal Studies Program, the Law School, and the Department of Sociology.

2/27/03 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties: The Implications of 9/11 by Michael W. McCann, Gordon Hirabayashi Professor for the Advancement of Citizenship, University of Washington. Cosponsored by the Political Science Department and hosted by Professor Bert Kritzer.

March

3/1/03 The International Criminal Court: Challenges and Opportunities Ahead. WILJ Symposium. Approved for 4.5 hours of general CLE credit. Guest Speakers include: Diane Orentlicher, Professor of International Law at American University, Washington College of Law; Leila Nadya Sadat, Professor of Law, Washington University School of Law in St. Louis and Commisioner, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom; Ambassador David J. Scheffer, Senior Vice President of the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA), the nation's leading center of policy research and public outreach on the United Nations and multilateral issues, anf former U.S. Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues; Beth Stephens, Associate Professor of Law at Rutgers University School of Law in Camden, and Cooperating Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights; and the Honorable Patricia Wald, former judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

3/6/03 Roots and Routes: Remaining Identity Rights in a World Made by Adoption by Barbara Yngvesson, Professor of Anthropology, Hampshire College. Family Law Workshop 4th Annual Distinguished Lecture for Spring 2003 / University Lecture hosted by Professor Tonya Brito.

3/7/03 Complete Families, Incomplete Stories and the Best Interest of the Child: Method and Policy in Adoption Research by Barbara Yngvesson Professor of Anthropology, Hampshire College. Faculty and graduate student "Alfie" workshop on research methods, hosted by Professor Tonya Brito.

3/10/03 The Institutional Context of Civil Rights: Mobilizing the Family and Medical Leave Act in the Workplace by Dr. Catherine R. Albiston, Professor of Law and Women's Studies. 2002-03 Colloquium Series in Family Policy and Law hosted by Professor Tonya Brito and cosponsored by the Center for Excellence in Family Studies.

3/10/03 Governance without Government: The Normative Challenge to International Law by J.H.H. Weiler, Ph.D., Joseph Straus Professor and European Union Jean Monnet Chair, NYU School of Law. Part of the WAGE Transatlantic Relations Speaker Series for Spring 2003 hosted by Professor Greg Shaffer, sponsored by The Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), The Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), The Institute for Legal Studies, and The UW Law School; cosponsored by The European Union Center, LaFollette School of Public Affairs, The International Practice Section of the Wisconsin State Bar, and The Madison International Trade Association. Approved for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit.

3/10/03 Terrorism, War, and Constitutional Structuralism by Michael E. O'Neill, Associate Professor, George Mason University School of Law, and a Commissioner of the United States Sentencing Commission. Part of a symposium lecture series on "Civil Liberties in a Time of Terror" hosted by the Wisconsin Law Review and cosponsored by the Institute.

3/11/02 Using Power Point & Other Technology in the Classroom. Aardvark discussion led by D. Gordon Smith, Professor of Law & Principal Faculty, Initiative for Studies in Technology Entrepreneurship (INSITE).

3/12/03 Whatever Happened to the "Litigation Explosion" in Texas: The Strange Success of Tort Reform by Stephen Daniels, Senior Research Fellow, and Joanne Martin, Associate Director and Research Fellow, American Bar Foundation. ABF Speaker Exchange hosted by Professor Beth Mertz.

3/26/03 Are Health Inequalities Unjust? By Professor Dan Hausman, UW Department of Philosophy. Law & Equality series hosted by Professor Jane Schacter.

3/27/03 The Police Power and the Foundations of Criminal Law by Markus Dirk Dubber, Professor of Law, State University of New York, and Director, Buffalo Criminal Law Center. Cosponsored by the Remington Center and the Legal Studies Program, with support from the Oliver S. Rundell Fund.

3/31/03 Child Care in Germany: Exploring the Political Changes Following German Reunification by Dr. Lieselotte Ahnert, Professor of Psychology, Free University of Berlin, Germany. 2002-03 Colloquium Series in Family Policy and Law hosted by Professor Tonya Brito and cosponsored by the Center for Excellence in Family Studies.

April

4/1/03 (at SOHE) Developmental Consequences of Shared Care and Transitions Between Home and Child Care Centers During Early Childhood by Dr. Lieselotte Ahnert, Professor of Psychology, Free University of Berlin, Germany. 2002-03 Colloquium Series in Family Policy and Law hosted by Professor Tonya Brito and cosponsored by the Center for Excellence in Family Studies.

4/3/03 From Imagined to Historical Founders: The Evolution of 'Originalism' in Antebellum State Constitutional Discourse by Edward J. Balleisen Assistant Professor, Department of History Duke University. Cosponsored by the Department of History, the Initiative for Studies in Technology Entrepreneurship (INSITE) and the Legal Studies Program, with support from the University Lectures Committee.

4/7/03 Conflicting U.S. and European Approaches to the New World Order: Economic Relations and Security by Ambassador Hugo Paemen, Former EU Ambassador, Special Advisor to the President of the European Commission, Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University. Part of the WAGE Transatlantic Relations Speaker Series for Spring 2003 hosted by Professor Greg Shaffer, sponsored by The Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), The Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), The Institute for Legal Studies, and The UW Law School; cosponsored by The European Union Center, LaFollette School of Public Affairs, The International Practice Section of the Wisconsin State Bar, and The Madison International Trade Association. Approved for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit.

4/14/03 An Interpreter Isn't Enough: Deafness, Language and Due Process by Professor Michele Lavigne, UW Law School. Law & Equality series hosted by Professor Jane Schacter.

4/16/03 Legal Virtue as a Political Strategy: The Rise, Fall and Potential Renovation of Legal Notables in Asia, by Bryant Garth, Director, American Bar Foundation, and ILS Distinguished Scholar.

4/21/03 Labor Specialization, Ethnicity, and Metropolitan Labor Markets by Franklin D. Wilson, William H. Sewell-Bascom Professor of Sociology, UW-Madison. Law & Equality series hosted by Professor Jane Schacter.

4/22/03 The Gendered Anatomy of Legal Careers by Joyce Sterling, Professor of Law, University of Denver College of Law, Visiting Scholar at the American Bar Foundation, and Nancy Reichman, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Denver. ABF Speaker Exchange hosted by Professor Beth Mertz.

4/25/03-4/26/03 The Liberal State and Its Mental Health Power. Interdisciplinary Conference cosponsored by the Remington Center, Mendota Mental Health Institute, and the State Bar of Wisconsin with support from the Evjue Foundation and Forest Pharmaceuticals. Hosted by Professor Leonard V. Kaplan, Mortimer Jackson Professor of Law and Co-director, Project for Law and the Humanities.

4/28/03 Workshop on the Thirteenth Amendment hosted by Alex Tsesis, ILS Visiting Scholar and Visiting Assistant Professor, Chicago-Kent College of Law, who will lead a discussion based on his book in progress.

4/29/03 Women and the Embodiment of Product Liability, 1870-1930, by Barbara Y. Welke, Associate Professor of History, University of Minnesota. Cosponsored by The Women's History Program, the Department of History, Afro-American Studies Department, Legal Studies Program, and Women's Studies, with support from the University Lectures Committee.

May

5/5/03 Informal discussion of University of Michigan affirmative action cases. Discussion Leader: Professor Linda Greene, with commentary from Professors Gordon Baldwin and Heinz Klug, UW Law School. Law & Equality series hosted by Professor Jane Schacter.

June

6/9/03 - 6/20/03 J. Willard Hurst Summer Institute in Legal History

The biennial J. Willard Hurst Summer Institute in Legal History is a joint project of the Institute for Legal Studies and the American Society for Legal History. The Hurst Institute brings a dozen outstanding early career legal historians to Madison for an intense two weeks of interaction with senior scholars. This year's Institute was co-chaired by Lawrence M. Friedman, Marion Rice Kirkwood Professor of Law, Stanford University, and Robert W. Gordon, Chancellor Kent Professor of Law and Legal History, Yale University, with guest presentations by Professor Barbara Welke of the University of Minnesota and Professor Morton Horwitz of Harvard Law School. The 2003 Hurst Fellows include Felice J. Batlan, PhD-history candidate at NYU; Blake Brown, PhD-history candidate at Dalhousie University; Dennis A. Deslippe, Ph.D., History/School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Australian National University, and Scholar in Residence, Department of History, Franklin & Marshall College (2002-2003); Sarah K. Fields, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sport Studies, University of Georgia; Joanna L. Grisinger, PhD-Amer Legal Hist candidate at University of Chicago; Charlotte Haller, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Drake University History Department; Felicia Ann Kornbluh, Ph.D., Assistant Prof, Duke University History Dept.; Kate Masur, Ph.D., University of Maryland Freedmen and Southern Society Project; Bruce P. Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Illinois College of Law; Todd M. Stevens, PhD-history candidate (2003) Princeton University; Donald F. Tibbs, PhD candidate, School of Justice Studies, Arizona State University; and Craig Wilson, D.Jur. candidate, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.

6/10/03 The Wisconsin School of Legal History by Lawrence M. Friedman, Marion Rice Kirkwood Professor of Law, Stanford University.

6/17/03 Lawyers' Uses of History: Variations on Old Themes by Robert W. Gordon, Chancellor Kent Professor of Law and Legal History, Yale University.

6/26-28, 2003 Feminism and Legal Theory Project: 20th Summer Workshop hosted by Martha A. Fineman, Dorothea S. Clarke Professor of Feminist Jurisprudence, Cornell Law School. This 2-1/2 day workshop in Grainger Hall considered the contributions, successes, and failures of feminist theory and the challenges and directions for the future.

July and August

Summer lunch sessions hosted by Professor Jane Schacter, featuring UW law professors leading discussions of recent Supreme Court decisions:

7/2/03 Professor Ann Althouse (Hibbs--Family leave act and the states)

7/9/03 Professor Heinz Klug (Grutter and Gratz--affirmative action cases)

7/16/03 Professor Gerry Thain (Va. v. Black--cross burning)

7/23/03 Professor David Schwartz (Bazzle--arbitration and Desert Palace--evidentiary requirement in Title VII cases)

7/30/03 Professor Anuj Desai (American Library Assn v. U.S.--library filters)

8/6/03 Professor Jane Schacter (Lawrence v. Texas--sodomy law)

September

9/11/03 Peacekeeping in the Balkans by Kevin Kelly, Assistant Dean for Curricular Affairs.

9/16/03 Aardvark discussion: Law in Action in the Curriculum chaired by Howie Erlanger.

9/18/03 Putting Legal Realism at the Core of the Law School Curriculum. What's cooking with Howie Erlanger. One of a series of faculty works-in-progress discussions hosted by Professor D. Gordon Smith.

9/25/03 Library Records Confidentiality, the Reporter's Privilege and the First Amendment
Works in Progress: "What's cooking with Anuj Desai" hosted by Professor D. Gordon Smith.

9/26/03: Deadly Conflict and Intervention: Normative Solutions from the 'Dark Continent' by Jeremy I. Levitt, J.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Law, DePaul University College of Law, and Director, Program on International Law, Policy & Africa (PILPA). Hosted by Linda Greene, Evjue-Bascom Professor of Law & Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty and Staff Programs, and supported by the Oliver S. Rundell Fund.

9/29/03 The Effect of the European Human Rights Convention on Family Law in Europe: Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights by Hans Danelius, Retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Sweden. Part of the Family Policy & Law Colloquium Series sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Family Studies, the Center for European Studies, the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, and the School of Social Work, with support from the University Lectures Committee.

October

10/1/03 Seminar on Post Regulatory Law & Lawyering taught by David Trubek, Voss-Bascom Professor of Law and Director, Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), and Louise Trubek, Clinical Professor of Law & Director of the Health Law Project. Guest presentations include: Solving Problems v. Claiming Rights: The Pragmatist Challenge to Legal Liberalism by William H. Simon, William and Gertrude Saunders Professor of Law Emeritus, Stanford Law School; and The Renew Deal: The Fall of Regulation and the Rise of Governance in Contemporary Legal Thought by Orly Lobel, Doctoral Fellow at The Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

10/6/03 [Cosponsored by ILS] Essentialization of Gender by Law: Treatment of Intersexuality in Germany by Konstanze Plett, Senior Lecturer, University of Bremen. Sponsored by the Center for German and European Studies, the Program in Science and Technology Studies, and the Training Group in Gender (FemSem) in the Department of Sociology.

10/7/03 Sociological Theory and the Changing Penal Landscape by David Garland, Arthur T. Vanderbilt Professor of Law and Professor of Sociology at New York University, and Visiting Scholar at the UW Havens Center. Cosponsored by the Remington Center.

10/14/03 Advance Directives and the Right to Die by William H. Colby, J.D., author of Long Goodbye: The Deaths of Nancy Cruzon. Sponsored by the HOPE of Wisconsin (Hospice Organization and Palliative Experts) and hosted by Melanie G. Rankin Executive Director. Approved for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit.

10/15/03 Samuel Mermin Jurisprudence Lecture: Civil Constitutions in a Global Society by Dr. Gunther Teubner, Professor of Private Law and Legal Sociology, University of Frankfurt, and LSE Visiting Centennial Professor. Cosponsored by the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), the Global Studies Program, and the European Union Center.

10/16/03 The Roanoke Farms Resettlement Project: One Black Section, One White Section, Two Destinies by Thomas W. Mitchell, Assistant Professor, UW Law School, Visiting Research Fellow, American Bar Foundation (2003-04). One of a series of faculty works-in-progress discussions hosted by Professor Gordon Smith.

10/17/03-10/18/03 [Cosponsored by ILS] Workshop on Law and Economic Development: Critiques and Beyond. Hosted by David Trubek, Director of the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy. Guest speakers include David Kennedy and Alvaro Santos, (Harvard) Scott Newton (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), Kerry Rittich (University of Toronto Law School), and UW Law Professors David Trubek, John Ohnesorge, Heinz Klug and Greg Shaffer.

10/20/03 Research Methods ("Alfie") workshop for Beth Quinn, Professor of Sociology, hosted by Professor Howard Erlanger.

10/21/03 University Lecture: Law at Work: The Endogeneity of Civil Rights by Lauren B. Edelman, Professor of Law and Sociology, Institute of Industrial Relations and the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program at Boalt Hall, University of California-Berkeley, and ILS Distinguished Scholar.

10/28/03 Reviving the Land-Grant Idea Through Community-University Partnerships by Gregory J. Vincent, Assistant Professor, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University. Works in Progress talk hosted by Professor Peter Carstensen and Supported by the Oliver S. Rundell Fund.

10/30/03 Revitalizing Law in Russia by Kathryn Hendley UW Professor of Law and Political Science, and Hewlett Fellow, Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame (Fall 2003). One of a series of "what's cooking" faculty works-in-progress discussions hosted by Professor Gordon Smith.

10/31/03 [Cosponsored by ILS] New Approaches to Governance in European Union Social and Employment Policy: Open Coordination and the Future of Social Europe. International Workshop sponsored by the European Union Center, the Governance Project of the Center on World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), the La Follette School of Public Affairs, the Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) and the Institute for Legal Studies. Speakers included: Frank Vandenbroucke, Belgian Minister of Employment and Pensions; Philippe Pochet, Director of the European Social Observatory, Brussels; Jill Rubery, Director of the European Work and Employment Research Centre, Manchester; and Martin Rhodes, Professor of European Public Policy, European University Institute, Florence.

November

11/7/03 Pernicious Ambiguity in Legal Interpretation by Lawrence M. Solan, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School, and Director, Center for the Study of Law, Language and Cognition. Sponsored by the Project for Law and the Humanities and hosted by Professor Len Kaplan.

11/13/03 The Social Basis for Undocumented's Rights: Evidence from the Remittances Market by Professor Bernie Trujillo. One of a series of faculty works-in-progress discussions hosted by Professor Gordon Smith.

11/20/03 Indian, Asian, Jewish, other. Constructing Identity Through Through Research Regulation by Pilar N. Ossorio, Assistant Professor of Law and Medical Ethics. One of a series of faculty works-in-progress discussions hosted by Professor Gordon Smith.

December

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