Program

 

The buchmann faculty of law

&

CORNELL LAW SCHOOL

 

The Future of Legal Theory:

A Conference Sponsored by the Cornell Law School

And the Tel Aviv University Buchmann Faculty of Law

Conference Room 307, Trubovitz Building

  

ORGENIZING COMMITTEE:

Gregory S. Alexander and Jeffrey S. Rachlinski, Cornell Law School

Hanoch Dagan and Ariel Porat, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

  

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

9:00-9:15

Greetings: Stewart J. Schwab, Dean, Cornell Law School

                    Hanoch Dagan, Dean, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 


Emerging Trends in Legal Theory

 

Moderator:  Avihay Dorfman, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 

Hanoch Dagan and Roy Kreitner, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

The Character of Legal Theory

Commentator:   Gregory S. Alexander, Cornell Law School

 

Shai Lavi, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

"But where danger lies, there too grows the saving:"  Rethinking the Crisis of Legal Scholarship

Commentator:  Jens Ohlin, Cornell Law School

 

Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Cornell Law School

Evidence-Based Law

Commentator:   Shai Wozner, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 

11:15-11:30

Law and Institutions

 

Moderator:  Sharon Hannes, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 

Ron Harris, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

Division of Labor or Disciplinary Imperialism: The Historical Study of Institutions

Commentator:  Chantal Thomas, Cornell Law School

 

Chantal Thomas, Cornell Law School

Law and Development: Between Theory and Praxis

Commentator:   Yoram Margalioth, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 15:00 – 17:00

 

Law and Society

 

Moderator:  Yofi Tirosh, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

Theodore Eisenberg, Cornell Law School, and

Talia Fisher and Issi Rozen-Zvi, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

The Israeli Supreme Court:  An Empirical Study

Commentator:  Daphne Barak-Erez, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 

Daphna Hacker,  Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

Law and Society Jurisprudence

Commentator:   Theodore Eisenberg, Cornell Law School

 

Stewart J. Schwab and Michael Heise, Cornell School of Law

Studying the Iceberg From Below the Water Line: An Empirical Perspective on Employment Discrimination Settlements

Commentator:   Hila Shamir, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

Thursday, June 17, 2010

09:00 - 10:30

Law and Economics

 

Moderator:  David Gilo, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 

Alon Harel Hebrew University Faculty of Law and

Ariel Porat, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

Why Does "Law and Economics" Irritate (Some) People?

Commentator:   Stewart J. Schwab, Cornell Law School

 

Jens Ohlin,  Cornell Law School

Nash Equilibrium and International Law

Commentator:  Eyal Benvenisti, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 

11:15 - 12:45

 

Law and Culture


Moderator:  Leora Bilsky,
Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

 

Menachem Mautner, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

Three Approaches to Law and Culture

Commentator:   Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Cornell Law School 


Gregory S. Alexander and Annelise Riles
, Carnell Law School

The Uses and Misuses of Culture in Property Theory

Commentator:  Yishai Blank, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

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