Tuesday, December 21, 2010

West Coast Law & Society Retreat

The West Coast Law and Society Retreat is coming up in February at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles.  These kinds of events are especially good for graduate students and new faculty.  It should be small, and you should be able to get to know folks in the field.  Registration is not required, however if you plan to attend, let Art McEvoy know via email so that Southwestern knows how many to expect.  Here's the line-up:

2011 West Coast Law & Society Retreat
Southwestern Law School
Los Angeles, California
11-12 February 2011

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Opening Plenary: “War and Rights”  5:00-6:30 PM

            Chair: Molly Selvin, Southwestern Law School
            Mary Dudziak, University of Southern California
            Lisa Hajjar, University of California, Santa Barbara
            Naomi Murakawa, University of Washington, Law, Societies, & Justice     

Reception and Dinner
           
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12   

Early Morning Sessions 8:30-10:00 AM

Law and Economic Crisis

            Chair: Tim Canova, Chapman Law School
            Tayyab Mahmud, Seattle University
            Tim Iglesias, University of San Francisco Law School
            Thomas Joo, UC Davis Law School
            Lynn Stout, UCLA School of Law
           
Social Movements across Moving Borders

Chair: Catherine Albiston, University of California, Berkeley
Chandon Reddy, University of Washington
Gowri Ramachandran, Southwestern Law School
Jamie Rowen, University of California, Berkeley
            Jennifer Earl, UCSB or Robin Stryker, University of Arizona
            Michael McCann, University of Washington

Late Morning Sessions, 10:30-noon

Critical Analysis and Empirical Methodology

            Chair: Calvin Morrill, University of California, Berkeley
William Gallagher, Golden Gate University Law School
Michael Musheno, University of California, Berkeley
Eve Darian-Smith, University of California, Santa Barbara
Osagie Obasogie, Hastings Law

Regulatory Law in the Neoliberal Age

Chair: Ruben Garcia, California Western Law School
Luz Herrera, Thomas Jefferson Law School
Ernesto Hernandez-Lopez, Chapman Law School
Orly Lobel, University of San Diego School of Law

Graduate Student Workshops, Noon-2:00 PM  (Box Lunch)

Saturday Afternoon Sessions, 2:00-3:30 PM

Rethinking Equality

Chair: Janine Benedet, University of British Columbia
June McCue, University of British Columbia
Danielle Kie Hart, Southwestern Law School
Katharina Heyer, University of Hawai’i 
Julie Nice, University of San Francisco School of Law  
           
New Developments in the Legal Profession

Chair: Carroll Seron, School of Social Ecology, UC Irvine
            Scott Cummings, UCLA Law School
Rick Abel, UCLA Law School
Bryant Garth, Southwestern Law School

Closing Plenary “Socio-Legal Studies in the Academy”  4:00-5:30 PM

Chair: Lauren Edelman, JSP, University of California Berkeley
Steve Herbert, University of Washington
Justin Richland, University of California, Irvine
Wesley Pue, University of British Columbia
Kathleen Moore, University of California, Santa Barbara

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