Faculty Workshop Series highlights scholarship

(August 31, 2010) Seattle University School of Law is proud to announce its Fall Faculty Workshop Series.  Outstanding scholars from both inside and outside the law school will present their articles during series organized by Associate Deans for Faculty Development Lily Kahng and Jack Kirkwood.

The lineup:

August 30                    

Deirdre Bowen, Seattle University Law School
"Grutter's Regrets:  An Empirical Investigation of How Affirmative Action Is(n't) Working"

September 13              

Richard Leo, University of San Francisco Law School
"Miranda at 50: What Have We Learned?"

September 20              

Kathleen Clark, Washington University (St. Louis) Law School
"Ethics for an Outsourced Government: Personal Conflicts of Interest Among Government Contractor Employees"

September 27              

David Dana, Northwestern Law School
"The Nanotechnology Challenge: Creating Legal Institutions for Uncertain Risks"

October 4                    

Perry Bechky, Seattle University Law School
"Toward a Rhetorical Understanding of Genocide"

October 11                   

Adrienne Davis, Washington University (St. Louis) Law School
"Slavery: Beyond the Pure Property Paradigm"

October 18                   

Mark Chinen, Seattle University Law School
"Crumbs From the Table: The Syrophoenician Woman and International Law"

October 25                   

Val Napoleon, University of Alberta Faculty of Law
"Indigenous Women's Knowledge - In Practice and Theory"

November 8                 

Carissima Mathen, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law
"Big Love and Small Reasons: On Criminalizing Polygamy" 

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