Professor William E. Nelson
Wednesday, 2:10-4:00 p.m.
Vanderbilt Hall - Room 201
The Legal History Colloquium is the oldest of NYU Law School's colloquia. The core of the Legal History Colloquium consists of the Samuel I. Golieb Fellows, a group of two or three young academics each year from schools around the United States. Golieb Fellows, who either have completed or are currently completing their graduate work in legal history, have come to NYU from doctoral programs at Cambridge, Columbia, Duke, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Michigan, Princeton, Rice, Stanford, Virginia, Yale, and other universities. Other participants in the Colloquium have included JD students and graduate students at NYU, Fulbright Scholars from Europe, and faculty from NYU Law School and other law schools in the metropolitan region.
Fall 2018 Schedule of Presenters
August 29, 2018: Gerard Magliocca, Samuel L Rosen Professor of Law at the University of Indiana Law School, Indianapolis
September 12, 2018: William E. Nelson, Weinfeld Professor of Law, NYU School of Law
September 19, 2018: Marco Basile, NYU Samuel I. Golieb Fellow 2018-19
September 26, 2018: Marco Basile, NYU Samuel I. Golieb Fellow 2018-19
October 3, 2018: William E. Nelson, Weinfeld Professor of Law, NYU School of Law
October 10, 2018: Edward Purcell, Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professor of Law, New York Law School
October 17, 2018: Morton J. Horwitz, Charles Warren professor of American Legal History, Emeritus, Harvard Law School
October 24, 2018: Al Rosenblatt, Judicial Fellow at NYU Law School, Judge New York Court of Appeals, Retired.
October 31, 2018: Lloyd Bonfield, Professor at New York Law School
November 7, 2018: Aaron Hall, NYU Samuel I. Golieb Fellow 2018-19
November 14, 2018: Aaron Hall, NYU Samuel I. Golieb Fellow 2018-19
November 21, 2018: Sarah Gordon, Arlin M. Adams Professor of Constitutional Law and Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania
November 28, 2018: TBD
December 5, 2018: Dr. Thomas Mackey, Professor of History at the University of Louisville.