Past Faculty Workshops and Colloquia

Spring 2016

  • Faculty Colloquium: Lua Yuille, University of Kansas School of Law
  • Faculty Colloquium: Peter Joy, Washington University Law
  • Center for Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Symposium
  • Dan Kahan, Yale Law School
    “Culture, Rationality, and Beliefs about Risk: The Tragedy of the Science-Communication Commons”
    University of Missouri Department of Psychology Sciences’ Distinguished Lecture Series in Psychology and co-sponsored by University of Missouri School of Law
  • Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Texas A&M University School of Law
  • “A Future Without the Administrative State”
    Missouri Law Review Symposium
  • Faculty Colloquium: Chris Green, University of Mississippi School of Law
  • Faculty Colloquium: Monica Eppinger, St. Louis University School of Law<

Fall 2015

  • David Lange, Duke University
    “Copyright, the First Amendment and Justice Ginsburg’s ‘Traditional Contours’ – Some Lingering Questions”
    Co-Sponsored by the Association of Intellectual Property & Entertainment Law (AIPEL)
  • Veterans’ Clinic Symposium
    “Traumatic Brain Injury in Veterans: Lessons Learned from Athletes”
  • Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution Symposium
    “Beyond the FAA: Arbitration Procedure, Practice and Policy in Historical Perspective”

Spring 2015

  • Faculty Colloquium: Rob Leflar, University of Arkansas
    Red-State Health Reform: Threading the Political Needle
  • Faculty Colloquium: Uma Outka, University of Kansas
    Public Electric Power in the New Energy Transition
  • Missouri Law Review Symposium
    Policing, Protesting, and Perceptions:A Critical Examination of the Events in Ferguson
  • Panel Presentation (in conjunction with the Department of Education)
    Developing Effective Learning Environments for Legal Education
  • Center for Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship (CIPE) Kick-Off
    IP and the University: Issues for Academics, Entrepreneurs, and Lawyers

Fall 2014

  • Faculty Colloquium: David Orentlicher, Indiana University
    Two Presidents are Better Than One: The Case for a Bipartisan Executive Branch
  • Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution Symposium
    Judicial Education and the Art of Judging: From Myth to Methodology
  • Panel Discussion: Mary Beck, Dennis Kelley, and Katherine Fort
    The Indian Child Welfare Act and Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl: When Family Law and Tribal Rights Collide
  • Faculty Colloquium: Michéle Alexandre, University of Mississippi
    What’s in a Name? Who Are You Calling a B . . . ?
  • Faculty Colloquium: Donna Stienstra, Federal Judicial Center
  • Veteran’s Benefits Clinic Symposium
    New Developments Relating to PTSD and TBI Issues in Veterans’ Disability Cases

Spring 2014

  • Missouri Law Review Symposium
    The Art, Craft, and Future of Legal Affairs Journalism: A Tribute to Anthony Lewis
  • Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law Symposium
    Environmental Law 4.0:  Adaptive and Resilient
  • Faculty Colloquium: Deborah Dinner, Wash. U
  • Faculty Colloquium: Brian Fitzpatrick, Vanderbilt
  • Faculty Colloquium: Quinton Lucas, Kansas

Fall 2013

  • Constitution Day Debate: Originalism vs. the Living Constitution
    Prof. Ben Trachtenberg (MU Law) and Prof. John McGinnis (Northwestern)
  • Faculty Colloquium: James Pfander (Northwestern)
  • Faculty Colloquium: Craig Martin (Washburn)
  • Faculty Colloquium: Colin Marks (St. Mary’s)
  • Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution Symposium
    Resolving IP Disputes: Calling for an Alternative Paradigm
  • Faculty Colloquium: Andrea Boyack (Washburn)

Spring 2012

  • Art Hinshaw (Arizona State)
    Law Students, Attorneys, and Negotiation Ethics
  • Panel Discussion: Upheld It Health Care Act and the Supreme Court Decision That The Affordable
    Panelists: Prof. Joshua Hawley, Prof. Phil Peters, and Stan Hudson, assoc. director of the MU Center for Health Policy
  • Adam Badawi (Wash. U)
    Reputation and the Law of Waiver
  • John Lande
    Teaching Students to Negotiate Like Lawyers
  • Mark Chancey (Southern Methodist University)
    Educating for a “Christian America”: Religion and the Texas Schools Controversy
  • Patricia Auferheide (American University)
    Beyond the Copyright Wars: Fair Use, Free Speech, and Reframing the Policy Debate
  • Frank Bowman
    Homicides in Boone County, 1850-1875
  • Missouri Journal on Environmental and Sustainability Law Symposium
    Environmental Justice Issues in Sustainable Development
  • William Miller (University of Michigan)
    Of Bright Lines, Fuzzy ‘Lines’: In and Out of Law or of Flayed Cod and Barking Dogs
  • Kareem Crayton (UNC)
    The Truth and Consequences of Felon Disenfranchisement
  • Elizabeth Young (University of Arkansas)
    Tipping the Balance: How 287(g) Programs Change the Janis Test for the Exclusionary Rule in Immigration Proceedings
  • Bernadette Atuahene (Chicago-Kent)
    Sifuna Okwethu (‘We Want What’s Ours’): Land Restitution in South Africa

Spring 2011

  • Nancy Welsh (Penn. State)
  • Susan Appleton (Wash. U)
  • Lou Mulligan (University of Kansas)
  • Glen Staszewski (Michigan State University)
  • Ezra Rosser (American University
  • Ronald Krotoszynski (University of Alabama)

Fall 2010

  • Michael Risch (Villanova University)

Spring 2010

  • Angela Onwuachi-Willig (University of Iowa)
  • Terri Ravenelle (Villanova University)
  • Sonia Katyal (Fordham University)
  • Jelani Exum (University of Kansas)
  • Lyrissa Lidsky (University of Florida)
  • Dr. Tom Romero (Hamline University)
  • Matt Hall (University of Georgia)
  • Chris Borgen (St. Johns)
  • Jamelle Sharpe (University of Illinois)