The Socio-Legal Studies Workshop is an interdisciplinary seminar that will meet one Friday each month over lunch (12-1.15pm) in the Law School (Room 3500). Lunch will be provided. all interested Law faculty members, faculty members from outside of the Law School, law students and graduate students are welcome. Places are limited so please RSVP to Jeff Heckathorn
|May 3, 2013|
Bill Thompson (CLS, Psycology & Social Behavior, Law) - cancelled until Fall 2013 Semester
|April 12, 2013|
Sora Han (CLS)
April 5, 2013
February 8, 2013
Chris Whytock (Law, Political Science)
|December 7, 2012|
Susan Coutin (CLS, Anthropology)
November 30, 2012
Keramet Reiter (CLS, Law)
Keramet Reiter of UCI’s Criminology, Law & Society Department will present her paper on "Supermax Administration & the Eighth Amendment: Discretion, Deference, and Double-Bunking, 1986-2010."
November 16, 2012
Adam Sechooler (LAW)
Adam Sechooler of UCI Law will present his paper on "Embedding Finance After the Crisis? Experimentalist Financial Regulation in the European Union."
This will be the first presentation by a law student or graduate student in the short history of the workshop. We hope it will be followed by many more in the years ahead.
November 2, 2012
Harriet Evans (visitor in History) Jointly sponsored by CLSC
Professor Harriet Evans of the University of Westminster, U.K., will present her research on “Six Decades of Everyday Life in ‘Old Beijing’.”