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2018 Seminars/Workshops

Thursday, February 1

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Abe Wickelgren
    4:30 PM T112
    Abe Wickelgren , Bernard J. Ward Centennial Professor at the University of Texas Law School, co-editor of American Law and Economics Review

    Optimal Standards of Proof for Non-Obviousness and Infringement
    ( Open to the Penn community.  )

Thursday, February 15

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Max Schanzenbach
    4:30 PM T112
    Max Schanzenbach , Seigle Family Professor of Law at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, co-editor in chief of the American Law and Economics Review

    Good Cop, Bad Cop: An Analysis of Chicago Civilian Allegations of Police Misconduct
    ( Open to the Penn community. )

Thursday, March 1

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Aurelie Ouss
    4:30 PM Tanenbaum 112
    Aurelie Ouss , Assistant Professor of Criminology, Department of Criminology, University of Pennsylvania

    Beyond Bail: Using Behavioral Science to Improve Criminal Justice Outcomes
    ( Open to the Penn community. )

Thursday, March 22

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Ken Ayotte
    4:30 PM T112
    Ken Ayotte , Professor of Law at UC Berkeley School of Law, a director of the American Law and Economics Association, an Associate Editor at the International Review of Law and Economics

    Disagreement and Capital Structure Complexity

    ( Open to the Penn community. )

Thursday, April 5

Thursday, April 19

  • Law and Economics Seminar: Eric Talley
    4:30 PM T112
    Eric Talley , Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School. Chair of the board of directors of the Society for Empirical Legal Studies

    Informed Trading and Cybersecurity Breaches
    ( Open to the Penn community. )