- 11:45AM to 12:30PM
- Faculty Dining Room
Yale Law School Events
- 12:00PM to 1:30PM
- Faculty Lounge
Panelists include: Travis Anderson-Hamilton ’19 (JD and MBA); Gabriella Capone ‘19 (JD and MBA); Sandra Lynne Fryhofer ‘19 (JD and MBA); Paul Joo ‘18 (JD and MBA); Gurjot Kaur ‘19 (JD and MBA); Snow Rui ‘18 (JD and MBA); and Barry Nalebuff, Milton Steinbach Professor of Management, Yale SOM; Moderator: Roberta Romano ‘80, YLS St
- 12:05PM to 1:30PM
- HGS 119
One hundred years ago in early 1917, the Original Dixieland Jazz Band released the first widely disseminated jazz recording. This recording included the song “Livery Stable Blues,” which quickly became the subject of copyright infringement litigation in the case Hart v. Graham. This case ended in a court decision that soon became virtually invisible, at least in the legal universe. This legal case highlights the impact of curation, long recognized in artistic spheres but generally not acknowledged as such in law.
- 12:10PM to 1:00PM
- Room 128
Philip Genty, the Everett B. Birch Innovative Teaching Clinical Professor in Professional Responsibility at Columbia Law School, will teach clinical students about the essential ethical obligations they should know, where to go for help, and how to navigate common ethical dilemmas that arise in the context of clinical work.
Human Rights Workshop: Jason Stearns, "Congo Past and Present: Reflections on Rights-Based Advocacy After Twenty Years of Conflict"
- 12:10PM to 1:30PM
- Room 129
Jason Stearns is a CIC Senior Fellow and Director of the Congo Research Group. Jason has been working on conflict dynamics in Central Africa since 2001, when he spent a year working for a local human rights group in Bukavu. He has worked for the International Crisis Group, the UN Group of Experts on the DR Congo, and the Rift Valley Institute.
Wasserman Workshop: Anat R. Admati, George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Economics, Graduate School of Business at Stanford University
- 4:10PM to 5:00PM
- Room 121
Anat R. Admati is the George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Economics at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. She has written extensively on information dissemination in financial markets, trading mechanisms, portfolio management, financial contracting, and, most recently, on corporate governance and banking.
- 4:10PM to 5:30PM
- Room 120
ACS warmly invites you to attend the third session of the Progressive Scholarship Workshop (PSW) featuring John Fabian Witt. Professor Witt will be presenting two chapters from his forthcoming book, tentatively titled The Fund: A Story of Money and Politics. The book gives an account of the Garland Fund, a philanthropic foundation that funded a variety of liberal and left leaning causes in the early 20th Century, including funding some of the cases that laid the groundwork for Brown v. Board.