American University Washington College of Law Speakers Series, 2012-2013

August |September | October | November | January | February | March | April

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August

Friday, Aug. 24

AUWCL Lightning Rounds

Friday, Aug. 31

James Salzman, Duke Law

September

Friday, Sept. 7

Usha Rodrigues, University of Georgia Law

Friday, Sept. 14

RonNell Jones, BYU Law

Friday, Sept. 21

Sam Bagenstos, University of Michigan Law School

Friday, Sept. 28

Cathy Sharkey, New York University School of Law

October

Friday, Oct. 5

Dan Kanstroom, Boston College Law

Friday, Oct. 12

Tracey Maclin, Boston University School of Law

Friday, Oct. 19

Hon. Denny Chin, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

November

Friday, Nov. 2

John Witt, Yale Law School

January

Friday, January 11

Susan Carle (WCL), "Defining the Struggle: Organizational Forerunners of the NAACP"

Friday, January 18

Michael Sant'Ambrogio (Michigan State), "The Extra-Legislative Veto"

Friday, January 25

José Gabilondo (Florida International University), "Financialization at the Fed: Thematizing Its New Balance Sheet"

February

Friday, February 1

Vicki Schultz (Yale), "Will Marriage Make Gay and Lesbian Couples Less Egalitarian?: A Cautionary Tale"

Friday, February 8

Tabatha Abu El-Haj (Drexel), "Friend Me: Linking the Freedom of Association to the Social Sciences"

Friday, February 15

Omari Simmons (Wake Forest), "Class Dismissed"

Friday, February 22

Christopher Griffin (William & Mary), "Evaluating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Criminal Process: Evidence from North Carolina"

March

Friday, March 1

Tess Wilkinson-Ryan (Penn), "The Psychology of Caveat Emptor"

Friday, March 22

Andrew Kent (Fordham), "Rethinking Judicial Remedies in National Security Litigation"

Friday, March 29

Kristin Henning (Georgetown), "Deserve ain't got nothing to do with it": The Breakdown of Moral Justifications for Punishment in The Wire"

April

Friday, April 5

Chiméne Keitner (UC-Hastings), "Horizontal Enforcement in International Law"

Friday, April 12

Melissa Murray (UC-Berkeley), "The New Sexual Regulation"

Friday, April 19

End-of-Semester Lightning Rounds