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Works in Progress Mini-Conference

Faculty Division Mini-Conference

January 7, 2022
Zoom Webinars

This virtual mini-conference, held via Zoom webinar on Friday, January 7, will feature two Works in Progress panels. Each panelist will each present his/her paper or idea in 7 minutes or less, with moderated discussion and audience Q&A to follow.

Panel 1: 10:45 am-12:00 pm ET:

  • Rabea Benhalim, University of Colorado Law School: “Religious Freedom, Duress, and Arbitration.”
  • Scott Gerber, Ohio Northern School of Law: “Law and a City Upon a Hill in Colonial Massachusetts, 1630-1691.” 
  • Michelle Kundmueller, Old Dominion University Law School: “Keeping it Complex with Philip Hunton: On the Merit of Murkiness in Separation of Powers Jurisprudence.” 
  • Adam Macleod, Faulkner University Law School: “Group Ownership and the Ends of Legal Fictions.”
  • Robert Pushaw, Pepperdine Law School: “Implementing the Commerce Clause.” 
  • Lee Strang, Toledo Law School: “The Virtues of Imperfection.”
  • Michael Morley, Florida State University College of Law: "Challenging Private Rights of Action." 
  • Moderator: Jason Mazzone, Albert E. Jenner Professor of Law at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

Panel 2: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm ET:

  • Jennifer Barrow, Harvard Climenko Fellow, “The Return of The Jury: Conduct-based Sentencing for Recidivism.” 
  • Dmitry Karshtedt, George Washington University Law School: “Copyright Volition as Causal Responsibility.”
  • Renee Lerner, George Washington University Law School: “The Inquisitorial Advantage in Criminal Procedure.” 
  • Tamar Meshel, University of Alberta Law School: “In Defense of Moses.”
  • Jean Powers, South Texas College of Law Houston: “Breach of Warranty: Borderlands and Bright Lines.
  • David Snyder, American University Washington College of Law: “Contracting for Process."
  • Stephen Ware, University of Kansas Law School: "Unconstrained Executive Power and the Struggle Over Judicial Elections."
  • Moderator: Kristen Osenga, Austin E. Owen Research Scholar & Professor of Law, The University of Richmond School of Law

Registration Instructions:

If you are interested in watching the panels and sharing feedback during audience Q&A, please register using the registration buttons below. You must register for each panel if you wish to attend both panels.

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10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Panel 1

Faculty Mini-Conference

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Description

Each panelist will each present his/her paper or idea in 7 minutes or less, with moderated discussion and audience Q&A to follow.

Featuring:

  • Rabea Benhalim, University of Colorado Law School: “Religious Freedom, Duress, and Arbitration.”
  • Scott Gerber, Ohio Northern School of Law: “Law and a City Upon a Hill in Colonial Massachusetts, 1630-1691.” 
  • Michelle Kundmueller, Old Dominion University Law School: “Keeping it Complex with Philip Hunton: On the Merit of Murkiness in Separation of Powers Jurisprudence.” 
  • Adam Macleod, Faulkner University Law School: “Group Ownership and the Ends of Legal Fictions.”
  • Robert Pushaw, Pepperdine Law School: “Implementing the Commerce Clause.” 
  • Lee Strang, Toledo Law School: “The Virtues of Imperfection.”
  • Michael Morley, Florida State University College of Law: "Challenging Private Rights of Action." 
  • Moderator: Jason Mazzone, Albert E. Jenner Professor of Law at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

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2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Panel 2

Faculty Mini-Conference

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Description

Each panelist will each present his/her paper or idea in 7 minutes or less, with moderated discussion and audience Q&A to follow.

Featuring: 

  • Jennifer Barrow, Harvard Climenko Fellow, “The Return of The Jury: Conduct-based Sentencing for Recidivism.” 
  • Dmitry Karshtedt, George Washington University Law School: “Copyright Volition as Causal Responsibility.”
  • Renee Lerner, George Washington University Law School: “The Inquisitorial Advantage in Criminal Procedure.” 
  • Tamar Meshel, University of Alberta Law School: “In Defense of Moses.”
  • Jean Powers, South Texas College of Law: “Breach of Warranty: Borderlands and Bright Lines.
  • David Snyder, American University Washington College of Law: “Contracting for Process"
  • Stephen Ware, University of Kansas Law School: "Unconstrained Executive Power and the Struggle Over Judicial Elections."
  • Moderator: Kristen Osenga, Austin E. Owen Research Scholar & Professor of Law, The University of Richmond School of Law

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