Notes & Publications
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KÜBLER Professor of Law, presented
the general report on The Control of Media Concentration
to a Conference of the German Association of Comparative Law in September.
National reporters included Professor Edwin Baker from Penn
Law. In October he presented a paper on deregulation to a symposium
discussing the reform of German corporate law.
Professor of Law, addressed the 20th Annual Bankruptcy Conference
of the University of Texas School of Law Continuing Legal Education
Program on Failure in the Land of the Free: Debtors Prison
and the First Bankruptcy Act, in November in Austin, Texas.
He chaired a panel on Discourse, Authority, and Allegiance
at the Conference on New World Orders: Violence, Sanction, and Authority
in the Early Modern Americas, 1500-1825 in October. Also, he finished
his three-year term as a member of the Board of Directors of the American
Society for Legal History, but continues as chair of the Societys
Publications Committee, which oversees the Societys journal,
the Law and History Review, and the Studies in Legal History, a book
series which the Society sponsors with the University of North Carolina
W. MOONEY, JR. Professor of Law, served as Position
Coordinator and member of the United States delegation for the U.S.
Department of State at a diplomatic conference in Cape Town in October
and November 2001, at which the Cape Town Convention on International
Interests in Mobile Equipment was completed, along with the Protocol
on Matters Specific to Aircraft Equipment. In February 2002 he spoke
in Phoenix at an ALI-ABA program on Revised UCC Article 9. In January
2002 he spoke at an academic symposium on the uniform law process
at Oklahoma City University School of Law, and again in March 2002,
on the same topic, at an academic conference at the Louisiana State
University Law Center.