Upcoming Events


February 1 Tuesday

Seminar in Private Law - Thomas Piketty & Danielle Allen - A Brief History of Equality

12:10PM to 2:00PM

Online

The Seminar in Private Law is delighted to host Professor THOMAS PIKETTY (EHESS), author of "Capital in the 21st Century" and "Capital and Ideology", and Professor DANIELLE ALLEN (Harvard) for a conversation on the themes of Prof Piketty's new book "A Brief History of Inequality" (forthcoming, HUP).

Following the conversation between the two speakers, there will be ample time for discussion and exchange with members of the audience.

February 8 Tuesday

Seminar in Private Law - Gabrielle Blum & John Goldberg - The Unable or Unwilling Doctrine: A View from Private Law

12:10PM to 2:00PM

Online

For its second session on 8 February, the Seminar in Private Law is delighted to host Professors Gabrielle Blum and John Goldberg (both Harvard Law).

Professors Blum and Goldberg will present and discuss their paper "The Unable or Unwilling Doctrine: A View From Private Law" (available here https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3954321)

There will be ample time for discussion and exchange with members of the audience.

February 9 Wednesday

Digital Economy and Inequality (Part I) - Transatlantic Seminar

10:00AM to 12:00PM

Online

The digital economy poses unprecedented challenges regarding the accumulation of market power and the potential harm caused to economic and social relations. Mounting concerns about these phenomena trigger intense academic and political discussions, both regionally and globally. The two forthcoming sessions of the Transatlantic Seminar: Consumer Law, Technology and Inequality (9 and 16 February) try to grapple with these challenges from a novel perspective.

February 16 Wednesday

Digital Economy and Inequality (Part II) - Transatlantic Seminar

10:00AM to 12:00PM

Online

The digital economy poses unprecedented challenges regarding the accumulation of market power and the potential harm caused to economic and social relations. Mounting concerns about these phenomena trigger intense academic and political discussions, both regionally and globally. The two forthcoming sessions of the Transatlantic Seminar: Consumer Law, Technology and Inequality (9 and 16 February) try to grapple with these challenges from a novel perspective.

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