Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Reuel Schiller leads off spring schedule for UCLA Legal History Workshop

UCLA Law School has a great line-up for their Legal History Workshop for the Spring Semester, beginning with the always interesting Reuel Schiller, Hastings, on January 17, with a paper, "The Coming of the Era of Deference: Courts, Agencies, and the New Deal."

Workshops are in Room 2442 at the law school, 4:45 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. According to the website, everyone is invited. Papers are available on-line in advance.

Here's the rest of the schedule:
January 31, 2007
"Painful Duties," Barry Cushman, Professor of Law and History, University of Virginia School of Law

February 14, 2007
Craig Yirush, Assistant Professor
of History, University of California, Los Angeles

February 28, 2007
Donna Dennis, Associate Professor of Law, Rutgers School of Law-Newark

March 7, 2007
Bruce Smith Professor of Law, Co-Director, Illinois Legal History Program University of Illinois College of Law

March 21, 2007
"A Cultural History of Civil Rights Lawyering," Kenneth Mack, Professor of Law Harvard Law School

April 4, 2007
Kurt Lash, Professor of Law, Loyola Law School

April 18, 2007
Stuart Banner, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

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