Florida State Law hosts a public lecture and faculty workshop series that allows faculty from inside and outside the school and interdisciplinary scholars to discuss works in progress that are relevant to law as a learned profession.
In addition to engaging faculty at the highest levels, speakers frequently interact with students, including making presentations to classes in the environmental and international certificate programs. When available, workshop papers are posted online for access by participants.
Tuesday, January 14 – Bob Ellickson (Yale Law School)
Thursday, February 13 – Thomas Merrill (Columbia Law School)
Thursday, February 20 – Steven Schwarcz (Duke University School of Law)
Thursday, February 27 – Dan Farber (Berkeley Law)
Thursday, March 6 – Nancy King (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Wednesday, March 19 – Abraham Wickelgren (University of Texas at Austin School of Law)
Friday, March 28 – Sophia Lee (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Thursday, April 17 – Cristina Rodriguez (Yale Law School)
Thursday, September 19 – Lee Fennell (University of Chicago Law School)
Monday, September 23 – Tara Grove (William & Mary School of Law)
Monday, October 7 – Monica Gianni (University of Florida Levin College of Law)
Wednesday, October 9 – Amy Stein (Tulane University Law School)
Thursday, October 17 – Guy-Uriel Charles (Duke University School of Law)
Thursday, October 24 – Ilya Somin (George Mason University School of Law)
Wednesday, November 6 - Ann Carlson (UCLA School of Law)
Thursday, November 7 – Jide Nzelibe (Northwestern University School of Law)
If you are interested in attending an event, contact Mark Seidenfeld. Lectures and symposia (designated with an asterisk (*)) are law school wide events.