Yale Law School Events

January 15, 2019

January 15 Tuesday

FedSoc Presents: Book talk with Richard Brookhiser on "John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme Court"

  • 12:10PM to 1:00PM
  • Room 120

In 1801, a genial and brilliant Revolutionary War veteran and politician became the fourth chief justice of the United States. He would hold the post for 34 years (still a record), expounding the Constitution he loved. Before he joined the Supreme Court, it was the weakling of the federal government, lacking in dignity and clout. After he died, it could never be ignored again.

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January 15 Tuesday

Challenging the Silicon Valley Consensus: Data Governance in TPP, USMCA, and Beyond, Thomas Streinz, New York University School of Law

  • 12:10PM to 1:30PM
  • Room 121

This talk offers a critical analysis of recent efforts to craft new rules for the global data economy in trade agreements, such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the ‘new NAFTA’ between the US, Mexico, and Canada (USMCA). Both agreements reflect the Silicon Valley consensus of uninhibited data flows and light touch privacy regulation. The US championed rules for free data flows and against data localization as part of its ‘digital trade agenda’ which adapts trade law instruments to an increasingly data-driven economy.

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January 15 Tuesday

Learned Feet Running Club

  • 4:10PM
  • Meet inside the law school at the Grove Street entrance

Please join Professor Ian Ayres at 4:10 pm, for a jog around New Haven. All paces are welcome to join this radically inclusive running group that runs 3-5 miles for as much of the jog as you'd like. The group will meet every Tuesday inside the law school at the Grove Street entrance.

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January 15 Tuesday

A discussion with Philippe Sands QC, Professor of Law, University College London

  • 4:15PM to 5:45PM
  • Calabresi Faculty Lounge

Please join the Yale Law School Center for Global Legal Challenges and the Legal History Forum for a discussion with Philippe Sands QC, Professor of Law, University College London, about his book, East West Street: On the Origins of “Genocide” and “Crimes Against Humanity” and his new BBC podcast series, The Ratline

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