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October 8, 2021

ILP Workshop - featuring Daniel Wodak & David Plunkett

Please join the Institute for Law & Philosophy as we welcome Professors Plunkett & Wodak to present their paper. “The Disunity of Legal Reality” By David Plunkett (Dartmouth) and Daniel Wodak (Penn)

July 16, 2021

VIRTUAL - ILP Roundtable

Please join Professor Kimberly Ferzan as she welcomes Dr. Renee Jorgensen Bolinger to discuss her new work-in-progress entitled “Rewriting Rights: Making Reasonable Mistakes in a Social Context” This discussion will take place over two dates:    Part One - Friday, July 16th - 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. ET Part Two - Friday, Aug 20th - 12 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.  ET You are welcome to register for either one or both sessions.  Pre-read of materials is mandatory for participation  

 

March 4, 2020

ILP Speaker Workshop

Please join us for stimulating conversation and lunch in the faculty lounge on Wednesday, March 4th at Noon.

September 9, 2019

ILP Workshop

Ongoing speaker series hosted by the Institute of Law & Philosophy

 

September 9, 2019

ILP Workshop

Ongoing speaker series hosted by the Institute of Law & Philosophy

December 10, 2018

Institute For Law and Philosophy Workshop: Nico Cornell (Michigan)

Professor Nico Cornell will discuss his paper, “Competition Wrongs”

 

 

September 12, 2016

Institute for Law and Philosophy Speaker Series: Dr. Frederick Wilmot-Smith

Dr. Frederick Wilmot-Smith is a Fellow of All Souls College, in the University of Oxford.

 

April 11, 2016

Institute for Law and Philosophy Speaker Series: Thomas Hurka

Thomas Hurka is the Chancellor Henry N. R. Jackman Distinguished Professor of Philosophical Studies at the University of Toronto.  In the spring of 2016 he will be a Visiting Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University. Professor Hurka will present his paper “More Seriously Wrong.”

February 15, 2016

Institute for Law & Philosophy Speaker Series: David Enoch

David Enoch holds the Rodney Blackman Chair in the Philosophy of Law at Hebrew University, and in the fall of 2015 will be a Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School. Professor Enoch will be presenting his paper “The Normative (In)Significance of Hypothetical Consent.”

January 25, 2016

Institute for Law and Philosophy Speaker Series: Michael Sevel

Michael Sevel is Lecturer in Jurisprudence at Sydney Law School.  In 2015-16 he will be a Fellow at the Center for Ethics and Public Affairs at Tulane University.  Professor Sevel will be presenting his paper “Obeying the Law.”

December 7, 2015

Institute for Law and Philosophy Speaker Series: Victor Tadros

Victor Tadros is a Professor at the School of Law, University of Warwick, and in the fall of 2015 will be a Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School.  He will be presenting his paper “Threats and Consent.”

 

November 17, 2014

Institute For Law and Philosophy Workshop: Elizabeth Harman

Elizabeth Harman is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University. Paper Title is “Ethics is Hard! What Follows?”

 

March 17, 2014

Institute for Law and Philosophy Workshop: John Mikhail

John Mikhail will be presenting his paper, “Unreasonable Risk: A Formal Analysis and Critical History of Common Law Negligence”.

 

April 15, 2013

Institute for Law and Philosophy Workshop: Kimberly Ferzan

Professor Kimberly Ferzan, Rutgers University School of Law - Camden and a Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellow at Princeton’s University Center for Human Values will be presenting her paper “The Bluff.”

December 3, 2012

Institute for Law and Philosophy Workshop

Professor Brian Leiter from the University of Chicago Law School will be presenting his paper “The Methodology of Legal Philosophy.”

November 12, 2012

Institute for Law and Philosophy Workshop

Professor John Simmons from the University of Virginia will be discussing his paper “Territorial Rights: Justificatory Strategies.”

October 1, 2012

Institute for Law and Philosophy Workshop

Professor Jules Coleman, New York University, will be presenting his paper “Liability and Accountability.”