Our annual faculty workshop series showcases the scholarly works-in-progress of distinguished domestic and international legal academics.
Participants in the Fall 2019 workshop series include:
Samuel Moyn (Yale Law School)
Felice Batlan (Chicago-Kent School of Law)
Erika Wilson (UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law)
Yvonne Tew (Georgetown Law Center)
Each term, four or five visiting scholars will present works-in-progress on regulation of economic activity, broadly construed. A limited number of law students and other graduate students may enroll in workshop for credit, but the author presentations will be open to students who are not formally enrolled in the workshop.
Participants in the Fall 2019 Regulation and Coordination Workshop Series include:
Robert Anderson (Pepperdine School of Law) — A Property Theory of Corporate Law
Patrick Button (Tulane University, Economics) — Do Stronger Employment Discrimination Protections Decrease Reliance on Social Security Disability Insurance? Evidence from the Social Security Reforms
Brad Areheart (University of Tennessee College of Law) — Organizational Justice and Antidiscrimination
Wendy Greene (Drexel University School of Law) — DNA-Based Race?
Stephanie Bornstein (University of Florida Levin College of Law) — Disclosing Discrimination
Participants in the Spring 2020 series include:
Robert Prilmeier (Tulane University, A.B. Freeman School of Business)
Alena Allen (University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
Michael Heise (Cornell Law School)
Carliss Chatman (Washington & Lee University School of Law)
Julian Arato (Brooklyn Law School)
The Regulation and Coordination Workshop Series homepage provides additional information on previous and upcoming speakers.
Co-sponsored by Tulane’s Murphy Institute and Tulane Law School, the Tulane Tax Roundtable brings together tax scholars from around the country, resident Tulane faculty and Tulane students for discussion and debate about important tax policy issues of our time. The roundtable showcases the drafts and works-in-progress of its participants and subjects these works to rigorous analysis in a discussant-driven workshop format.
The Tulane Property Roundtable brings together property scholars from around the country to discuss and debate important property issues pertaining to the regulation of private and public property rights. The roundtable showcases the works-in-progress of the participating scholars and encourages lively debate regarding the drafts.