NYU Law Review, the Guarini Institute for Global Legal Studies and the Institute for International Law and Justice at NYU School of Law recently held a symposium entitled “Data Law in a Global Economy.” The symposium examined how law does, should, or can affect data ownership, concentration, and ...Continue Reading
Boston University School of Law hosted a conference entitled “Property Works in Progress”.
The conference, held from Oct. 19-20, brought together leading property scholars invited to present and discuss papers on a variety of topics, including property theory, land use, takings, the history of property law and intellectual ...Continue Reading
Gregory S. Alexander, Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, breaks new ground with a novel theory on property law in his new book from Oxford University Press, Property Law and Human Flourishing.
Professor Alexander argues that the goal of property law is to promote human flourishing. He ...Continue Reading
Aya Gruber of University of Colorado Law School discusses the meaning of sexual consent in the final lecture of the 2018 Colorado Law Talks series in Denver. Her research and teaching areas focus on feminist legal theory, critical race theory, and criminal law.
Colorado Law Talks is a ...Continue Reading
The Association of Yale Alumni (AYA) Assembly and Yale Alumni Fund Convocation is a two-day celebration (Nov. 8-9) of Yale alumni leadership and service, filled with panel discussions, speeches, breakout sessions, all touching on what it means to be an alumni leader at Yale and highlighting the importance ...Continue Reading