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DAVID A. SKEEL Professor of Law, presented “Bankruptcy as a Business Address” and co-organized the Institute for Law & Economics’ Bankruptcy Roundtable; moderated panels at the Eastern District Bankruptcy Conference in Philadelphia; presented “Corporate Ownership Structure and the Evolution of Bankruptcy Law” at Seton Hall Law School; participated in a panel presentation at “The Lawyerland Symposium” at Columbia Law School; presented “Corporate Ownership Structure and the Evolution of Bankruptcy Law” at a symposium on Corporate Governance at Vanderbilt University Law School; commented on “Bankruptcy as Asset Partition” by Marcus Cole at a Corporate Bankruptcy symposium at the University of Cincinnati; and participated in a panel on “‘The Decalogue’ and the Proper Domain of Law,” commenting on Krystof Kieslowski’s film, at the Law, Culture and Humanities Conference held at the Law School in March.

AMY WAX Professor of Law, presented a paper at a conference on disability rights and the Bill of Rights at William and Mary Law School in November. Also, she presented papers on basic income and disability legislation to the economics department and the law school at Washington University in St. Louis in February. In March she presented a paper on welfare work requirements and liberal theory at a conference on basic guaranteed income at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center and also to the philosophy colloquium at CUNY.
 
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