Global Fellows Forum - Previous Year

2014-2015

Tuesday, October 7 - Furman Hall 910

8:30–8:55 am

Breakfast

9:00–9:55 am

Ida Koivisto (commentator: Prof. Rob Howse)
Regulating Visibility - Transparency as an Ideal in Global Administrative Law

10:00–10:55 am

Luigi Nuzzo (commentator: Prof. Dan Hulsebosch)
Space, Time and Law in a Colonial City: Tianjin 1900-1945

11:00–11:55 am

Mario Schapiro (commentator: Prof. Kevin Davis)
Combining Development and Democracy in State Financial Institutions: Delegation, Accountability, and Implications for the Brazilian Case

12:00–12:55 pm

Lunch

1:00–1:55 pm

Friedrich Rosenfeld (commentator: Prof. Franco Ferrari)
Bridging the Gap Between Investment and Commercial Arbitration at the Enforcement Stage

2:00–2:55 pm

Marlon Weichert (commentator: Prof. Philip Alston)
The Role of Institutional Reform in Transitional Justice and the Obstacles for Its Development

Tuesday, October 14 - D'Agostino Faculty Club

8:30–8:55 am

Breakfast

9:00–9:55 am

Remo Caponi (commentator: Prof. Sam Issacharoff)
Just about Dispute Resolution?

10:00–10:55 am

Yvonne Tew (commentator: Prof. Sam Issacharoff)
Arbitrating God

11:00–11:55 am

Zoran Oklopcic (commentator: Prof. Benedict Kingsbury)
Lilliputian Travels: Constitutional Imaginary, Democratic Theory and the Asymmetric Cross-Border Political Participation

12:00–12:55 pm

Lunch

1:00–1:55 pm

Yukio Okitsu (commentator: Prof. Richard Stewart)
The Normative Foundations for the Existence of Administrative Law in a Supranational Context

2:00–2:55 pm

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3:00–3:55 pm

Michelle Miao (commentator: Prof. Jim Jacobs)
Moving towards Lengthy Life Imprisonment? A Comparative Study on the Alternative Sanctions to the Death Penalty in the United States and China

4:00–4:55 pm

Daniel Fitzpatrick (commentator: Prof. Frank Upham)
Getting to Coase: Equilibrium and the Institution of Property

Tuesday, March 10 - 22 Washington Square North 1st Floor Conference Room

2:00–2:55 pm                  

 Jacob Weinrib (commentator: Prof. Jeremy Waldron)
 Dimensions of Dignity:  The Theory and Practice of Modern Constitutional Law

3:00–3:55 pm

 Jed Lewinsohn (commentator: Prof. Liam Murphy)
 A Social Conventionalism: Assignable Rights, Dischargeable Debts, and the Distinctiveness of Commercial Relationships

4:00–4:55 pm  Yaniv Roznai (commentator: Prof. Sam Issacharoff)
 We the Limited People?  The Nature & Scope of Constitution-Making Powers