2009 Fall

Faculty Workshops

Loyola Law School is pleased to announce the Faculty Schedule. If you would like to attend a workshop, please contact Bridget Klink at (213) 736-1407, or at bridget.klink@lls.edu. Workshops are generally held on Thursdays from 11:45 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. in the Courtroom of the 90s in Girardi (2nd floor) (map) unless noted otherwise.

Fall Semester 2009

Mark your calendars!  We have a diverse and very interesting set of Faculty Workshops scheduled for this semester.  Set forth below is the schedule:


August 20

Daniel E. Ho,
Assistant Professor of Law and Robert E. Paradise Faculty Fellow for Excellence in Teaching and Research, Stanford Law School

"Did Liberal Justices Invent the Standing Doctrine? An Empirical Study of the Evolution of Standing, 1921-2006*"

Daniel E. Ho

August 27

Jeffery Atik,
Professor of Law and Sayre Macneil Fellow, Loyola Law School

"Basel II: A Post-Crisis Port-Mortem"

Jeffery Atik

September 3

I. Glenn Cohen,
Assistant Professor and Academic Fellow, 2006-08, Harvard Law School

“Protecting Patients with Passports: Medical Tourism and the Patient-Protective Argument”

Glenn Cohen

September 10

Robert Tsai, Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law

"The Pacific Northwest Homeland"

Robert Tsai

September 17

Eduardo Peñalver,
Professor of Law, Cornell University Law School Cornell

"The Illusory Right to Abandon"

Eduardo Penalver

September 24

Claire A. Hill,
Vance K. Opperman Research Scholar, University of Minnesota

"Rationality in an Unjust World: A Research Agenda"

Claire Hill

October 1

Donald Braman,
Visiting Professor, The University of Chicago Law School

Associate Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School

"Some Realism About Naturalism"

Donald Braman

October 8

Katherine Barnes,
Associate Professor of Law, Director of the Rogers Program on Law and Society, Rogers College of Law, The University of Arizona

"Measuring Crime Severity"

Katherine Barnes

October 15

Mark Kende,
Professor of Law, James Madison Chair in Constitutional Law, and Director of the Drake Constitutional Law Center, Drake University Law School

"Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds:  South Africa and the United States"

Mark Kende

October 22

Samuel H. Pillsbury,
Professor, Loyola-LA Law School

"Why Psychopaths Are Responsible"

Samuel Pillsbury

October 29

Michelle Wilde Anderson,
Assistant Professor of Law, Berkeley Law, UC

"Mapped Out of Local Democracy"

Michelle Wilde Anderson

November 5

Pamela Samuelson,
Richard M. Sherman Distinguished Professor of Law; Professor of Information Management; Chancellor's Professor; Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology

"The Future of Books in Cyberspace"

Pamela Samuelson