The Law & Economics Center Judicial Education Program will be hosting the ‘Symposium on Novel Liability Theories and the Incentives Driving Them’ from October 24 to 26 in Nashville, TN.
The symposium will discuss theories of novel liability, the function and role of public entities within government, and ...Continue Reading
Shawn J. Bayern of Florida State Law has published ‘Autonomous Organizations’ addressing the growing area of autonomous, robotic run organizations and the law.
Under current business law, it is already possible to give legal personhood, or a very close surrogate of it, to software systems ...Continue Reading
Carolyn B. Lamm of White & Case will present the 2021 Annual International Commercial Arbitration Lecture hosted by Washington College of Law on November 16.
The lecture “seeks to contribute to the development of scholarship and honor individuals who have distinguished themselves in the field.” This year’s ...
The American Law Institute has elected 24 new members who will join ALI in its mission to clarify the law.
“Our Restatements, Principles, and Model Codes continue to guide American lawyers, courts, and legislatures, and that is due in great part to the continuing dedication of our membership ...Continue Reading
Kristin Nicole Henning of Georgetown University Law Center has authored The Rage of Innocence – How America Criminalizes Black Youth, analyzing the foundations of racism and policing in America.
A brilliant analysis of the foundations of racist policing in America: the day-to-day brutalities, largely hidden from ...Continue Reading