As of 8/19/08 The Office of the Dean and the Institute for Legal Studies announce the Fall 2008 workshop series Ideas and Innovations in Legal Scholarship: Interesting People with Interesting Ideas Hosted by Kathryn Hendley, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development in conjunction with law faculty listed below. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend the following presentations – Fridays at noon in Lubar Commons except where noted– Fall 2008 9/12/08 “The Elastic Tournament: A Second Transformation of the Big Law Firm” Mark Galanter, Professor of Law Emeritus 9/19/08 Hilldale Lectu re a t 12:10 at M em orial U nio n P lay Circle Theater & reception in theate r atriu m. “Civil Liberties and the War on Terror – Past, Present, and Future” Erwin Chem erinsky, Dean and Distinguished Professor of Law, UC-Irvine School of Law Hosted by Professor Howard Erlanger *9/26/08 “EPA's National Environmental Performance Track: A Case Study in New Regulatory Governance” Cary Coglianese, Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science Director, Penn P rogram on Regulation, and Associate Dean for Academ ic Affairs University of Pennsylvania Law School Hosted by Professor David Trubek and Professor Louise Trubek 10/10/17 “Wh at Role for Constitutional Law in a Unipolar Dem ocracy?: The Future of South Africa’s 1996 ‘Final’ Constitution” Heinz Klug, Evjue-Bascom Professor in Law, H. I. Rom nes Faculty Fellow, and Director, Global Legal Studies Center, University of Wisconsin Law School *10/17/08 “American Legal Development: The C ase of Two Lochners” (or, wh y almost everything you know ab out Lochner is wrong) Victoria Nourse, Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School and L.Q.C. Lamar Professor of Law, Emory University (2008-09) 10/24/08 “Discerning the Effect of the Economic Espionage Act on Skilled Imm igrant Labor” Shubha Ghosh, Professor of Law, UW Law School, and Associate Director, INSITE 10/31/08 “Toward a New Paradigm for Criminal Justice: How the Innocence Movement Merges Crime Control and Due Process, The Example of Eyewitness Identification Reform” Keith Findley, Clinical Professor of Law and C o-Dire ctor, W isconsin Innocen ce Pro ject, Remington Center. Hosted by Professor Howard Erlanger *11/14/08 “Branch Office of the Prosecutor: The New Role of the C orporation in Bu siness Crime P rosecutions” Harry First, Charles L. Denison Professor of Law and Director, Trade Regulation Program New York U niversity School of Law Comm entator: Professor Frank Tuerkheimer. Hosted by Professor Peter Carstensen *11/21/08 “Morality and the Administrative State” Edward L. R ubin , Dean, and John W ade-Ke nt Syverud P rofessor o f Law , Van derbilt University Law S chool Hosted by Professor Howard Erlanger *12/12/08 “In Praise of Re alism (and Against ‘Nonsense’ Jurisprud ence)” Brian Leiter, Hines H. Baker and Thelma Kelley Baker Chair in Law, and Professor of Philosophy, The University of Texas at Austin Hosted by Professor Allison Christians *Lunch will be provided in Lubar Commons on these dates. Individual announcements will be posted on factalk, with a link to the speaker’s paper when one is available.