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Senior Day 2017, University Of Michigan Law School Dec 2017

Senior Day 2017, University Of Michigan Law School

Commencement and Honors Materials

Program for the December 22, 2017 University of Michigan Law School Senior Day.


International Perspectives On Privacy And Free Expression: Concepts, Conflicts, Consequences, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 2017

International Perspectives On Privacy And Free Expression: Concepts, Conflicts, Consequences, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

This conference contributes to the energetic and transnational dialogue currently going on about privacy: How do we define it? Is it a right, an interest, a value, or something else? Privacy against what? Privacy from whom? Is privacy necessarily in tension with free expression? Or is it often an essential predicate to it? How have different political regimes answered these questions? How do entities and individuals navigate those conflicting transnational approaches?

This is the program for the conference.


Senior Day 2017, University Of Michigan Law School May 2017

Senior Day 2017, University Of Michigan Law School

Commencement and Honors Materials

Program for the May 5, 2017 University of Michigan Law School Senior Day.


Defending The Restatement Of The Law, Liability Insurance: "Regulatory Considerations", Tom Baker, Kyle D. Logue Apr 2017

Defending The Restatement Of The Law, Liability Insurance: "Regulatory Considerations", Tom Baker, Kyle D. Logue

Law & Economics Working Papers

As the Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance (“the Restatement”) has progressed through the rigorous drafting process of the American Law Institute (the “ALI”), insurance industry organizations have pursued an “inside and outside” strategy regarding the project. Insofar as we are aware of these efforts in our role as Reporters for the Restatement, the industry’s “inside” efforts have consisted of the invited participation of a liason to the project from the American Insurance Association, and communications to the Reporters from Advisers and ALI members who are knowledgeable about insurance industry concerns; and the “outside” efforts have consisted of lobbying ...


Luxembourg Forum 2017, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2017

Luxembourg Forum 2017, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the Court of Justice of the European Union visit to the University of Michigan Law School.


92nd Henry M. Campbell Moot Court Competition Final Round, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2017

92nd Henry M. Campbell Moot Court Competition Final Round, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the final round of the 92nd Moot Court Competition.


Identifying And Supporting Human Trafficking Victims In The Child Welfare System, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2017

Identifying And Supporting Human Trafficking Victims In The Child Welfare System, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for a presentation to aid in identifying and supporting victims of human trafficking in the child welfare system.


Young Scholars' Conference, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2017

Young Scholars' Conference, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the 2017 Young Scholars' Conference.


Michigan Law 2017 Young Scholars' Conference, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2017

Michigan Law 2017 Young Scholars' Conference, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the Michigan Law 2017 Young Scholars' Conference


Be Careful What You Wish For? Reducing Inequality In The 21st Century, Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, Orli Avi-Yonah Apr 2017

Be Careful What You Wish For? Reducing Inequality In The 21st Century, Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, Orli Avi-Yonah

Law & Economics Working Papers

Stanford historian Walter Scheidel’s The Great Leveler: Violence and the History of Inequality from the Stone Age to the Twenty-First Century (Princeton Univ. Press, 2017), is, in some respects, the anti-Piketty. Scheidel accepts Piketty’s view that inequality tends to grow over time, but adds a crucial caveat that runs directly opposite to Piketty’s optimistic proposals. Scheidel argues that the historical record demonstrates that inequality can only be reduced by violent means. Therefore, the Piketty proposals to reduce inequality peacefully are unrealistic, and Scheidel concludes his book by arguing that we should accept inequality as the price of ...


Environmental Criminal Enforcement, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 2017

Environmental Criminal Enforcement, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the 2017 Spring Conference, sponsored by the Environmental Law and Policy Program, the Environmental Law Society, and the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law.


39th Annual Alden J. "Butch" Carpenter Memorial Scholarship Gala, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 2017

39th Annual Alden J. "Butch" Carpenter Memorial Scholarship Gala, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Invitation to the 39th Annual Alden J. "Butch" Carpenter Memorial Scholarship Gala.


Student Funded Fellowship Annual Auction, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 2017

Student Funded Fellowship Annual Auction, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the 2017 Student Funded Fellowship Annual Auction.


Pandora's Box? The (Unknown) Consequences Of Legalizing Marijuana Use, Rebecca Haffajee Mar 2017

Pandora's Box? The (Unknown) Consequences Of Legalizing Marijuana Use, Rebecca Haffajee

Event Materials

Powerpoint presentation which accompanied a discussion with Dr. Rebecca Haffajee on the topic of legalizing marijuana.


The Changing Legal Services Market In Japan: On Failing Law Schools, Bar Exam Disasters, And Sex Scandal, Shozo Ota Mar 2017

The Changing Legal Services Market In Japan: On Failing Law Schools, Bar Exam Disasters, And Sex Scandal, Shozo Ota

Event Materials

PowerPoint presentation given by Professor Ota Shozo of The University of Tokyo at the event The Changing Legal Services Market in Japan: On Failing Law Schools, Bar Exam Disasters, and Sex Scandal.


The Return Of Protectionism To Japan And The United States: The Manchurian Example, Hisashi Hirata Feb 2017

The Return Of Protectionism To Japan And The United States: The Manchurian Example, Hisashi Hirata

Event Materials

Event handout from a discussion with Hisashi Harata, Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo.


The Return Of Protectionism To Japan And The United States, Hisashi Harata Feb 2017

The Return Of Protectionism To Japan And The United States, Hisashi Harata

Event Materials

PowerPoint presentation which accompanied a discussion with Hisashi Harata, Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo.


A Conversation With Khaled Beydoun: Politics, Protests, Law & Islam, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2017

A Conversation With Khaled Beydoun: Politics, Protests, Law & Islam, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the Special Lecture in celebration of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.


Experience 100+, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2017

Experience 100+, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

100+ facts about the University of Michigan Law School and Ann Arbor, Michigan for the 2017-2019.


A Survey Of Legal Issues Arising From The Deployment Of Autonomous And Connected Vehicles, Daniel A. Crane, Kyle D. Logue, Bryce C. Pilz Jan 2017

A Survey Of Legal Issues Arising From The Deployment Of Autonomous And Connected Vehicles, Daniel A. Crane, Kyle D. Logue, Bryce C. Pilz

Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review

With concerns rising over the number and variety of state regulations, companies are increasingly looking to the federal government for guidance. Representatives from Google, GM, Lyft, and Delphi testified before Congress on March 15, urging Congress to pass a federal law concerning autonomous vehicles. While the passage of any federal legislation is unclear at this time, other parts of the federal government have been extremely active in recent months. In January 2016, the Obama administration proposed a 10-year, $4 billion investment in autonomous vehicle technology. In that same announcement, the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) committed to developing model state policy ...


A Visual Approach To Law, Margaret Hagan Jan 2017

A Visual Approach To Law, Margaret Hagan

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

A presentation to accompany Margaret Hagan's Law + Design program.


Gender Equality In Law: Uncovering The Legacies Of Czech State Socialism, Barbara Havelkova Jan 2017

Gender Equality In Law: Uncovering The Legacies Of Czech State Socialism, Barbara Havelkova

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

A PowerPoint presentation which accompanied the International and Comparative Law Speaker Series: Barbara Havelkova.


Victors For Michigan: Honor Roll Of Donors, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 2017

Victors For Michigan: Honor Roll Of Donors, University Of Michigan Law School

Miscellaneous Law School Publications

An annual report of giving from the members of the University of Michigan Law School community covering July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017.


Law Library: 1859-2017, Barbara H. Garavaglia Jan 2017

Law Library: 1859-2017, Barbara H. Garavaglia

Book Chapters

The Law Library was established in 1859 as part of the Law Department and continues to be "maintained and administered as a part of the instruction and research operation of the Law School." The library has been considered the "apparatus" of the Law Department and "the lawyer's laboratory." Indeed, this underlying view led the library to build a comprehensive collection that would provide "the means necessary for original investigation" and "permit scholars to do research work in any field of law, regardless of country or period." The collection development policy--to collect primary sources of law: statutes, civil law codes ...


Senior Day 2016, University Of Michigan Law School Dec 2016

Senior Day 2016, University Of Michigan Law School

Commencement and Honors Materials

Program for the December 16, 2016 University of Michigan Law School Senior Day.


Big Data In Finance, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 2016

Big Data In Finance, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the Big Data in Finance conference.


The Misunderstood Right To Be Forgotten: The Future Of Free Expression And Privacy In The Online World, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 2016

The Misunderstood Right To Be Forgotten: The Future Of Free Expression And Privacy In The Online World, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the 26th Annual University of Michigan Senate's Davis, Markert, Nickerson Lecture on Academic and Intellectual Freedom.


Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony, University Of Michigan Law School Sep 2016

Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony, University Of Michigan Law School

Event Materials

Program for the Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony honoring Mary Frances Berry.


Doug Kahn: Class Master, Dennis E. Ross Jun 2016

Doug Kahn: Class Master, Dennis E. Ross

Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review

Doug has always been a bit of a departure from the professorial norm. Teaching for Doug was no accommodation to the job, no activity collateral to his true ambition, but rather an openly genuine attempt to engage his students and pull them into a subject that he obviously loved. His evident joy when in front of a class closed any distance with his students, no small feat considering the subject matter. Tax is forbidding territory for many, and Doug was justifiably known for his refusal to dumb the material down. Thus, much of his class may have been there reluctantly ...


Where Does One Begin To Describe A Professor Who Literally Changed Your Life?, Kelli Turner Jun 2016

Where Does One Begin To Describe A Professor Who Literally Changed Your Life?, Kelli Turner

Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review

A bit of background to set the stage, if you’ll indulge me. Growing up in West Bloomfield, Michigan, I was never overly ambitious, nor did I have any lofty academic goals. In particular, I never had any desire to go to law school or, for that matter, to become a lawyer. I come from a family of trial attorneys and it never interested me much. I was a numbers person and didn’t enjoy a lot of deep reading and essay writing (somewhat ironic as I’m writing this for a law journal). But when I started in public ...