Faculty Speaker Series 2014-2015

Imagining an Ideal World through a Legal Text: Konungsbk and the Medieval Icelandic Commonwealth

Tom McSweeney, William & Mary law, Imagining an Ideal World through a Legal Text: Konungsbk and the Medieval Icelandic Commonwealth.
Commentary by Prof. Lewis Grossman, American University Washington College of Law (April 17, 2015)

Trafficked?: Selling Sex in an Epidemic. Commentary

Aziza Ahmed, Northeastern law, Trafficked?: Selling Sex in an Epidemic.
Commentary by Prof. Janie Chuang, American University Washington College of Law (April 10, 2015 )

National Security's Broken Windows

Amna Akbar, Ohio State law, National Security's Broken Windows.
Commentary by Prof. Jennifer Daskal, American University Washington College of Law (March 24, 2015)

Chicago-Kent law, We Want What's Ours

Bernadette Atuahene, Chicago-Kent law, We Want What's Ours.
Commentary by Prof. Ezra Rosser, American University Washington College of Law (March 20, 2015)

Standing in the Shadow of Popular Sovereignty

Michael Sant'Ambrogio, Michigan State law, Standing in the Shadow of Popular Sovereignty.
Commentary by Prof. Robert Tsai, American University Washington College of Law (February 6, 2015)

NYU Law, Governing Policing

Barry Friedman, NYU Law, Governing Policing.
Commentary by Prof. Mark Niles, American University Washington College of Law (January 23, 2015)

The Private Law Dimension of the Investor-State Dispute Settlement clauses in Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements

Lightning Rounds

American University Washington College of Law faculty: Fernanda Nicola (The Private Law Dimension of the Investor-State Dispute Settlement clauses in Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements); Ezra Rosser (Destabilizing Property), Amy Taylor (Can Robots Write U.S. Supreme Court Opinions?), and Christine Farley (Assessing Confusing Similarity in an Era of New Top-Level Suffixes). (January 16, 2015)

Life after Limbo: The Role of International Protection for Stateless Persons in the Effort to Address Statelessness in the United States

David Baluarte, Washington & Lee School of Law, "Life after Limbo: The Role of International Protection for Stateless Persons in the Effort to Address Statelessness in the United States"
Commentary by Prof. Amanda Frost, American University Washington College of Law (November 14, 2014)

Why Diversity?

Stephen Rich, USC Gould School of Law, "Why Diversity?"
Commentary by Prof. Susan Carle, American University Washington College of Law (November 7, 2014)

Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Jurist-in-Residence, Chief Judge Carl Stewart of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (October 17, 2014)

More Than a Woman: Insights into Corporate Governance After the French Sex Quota

Darren Rosenblum, Pace Law (Visiting at American University Washington College of Law), "More Than a Woman: Insights into Corporate Governance After the French Sex Quota"
Commentary by Prof. Heather Hughes, American University Washington College of Law (October 3, 2014)

Be the Change: Writing Gandhi into the History of Human Rights

Elizabeth Wilson, Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International Relations, "Be the Change: Writing Gandhi into the History of Human Rights"
Commentary by Prof. Rick Wilson (September 12, 2014)