McMaster Graduate Conference for Legal Theory

Por Jorge Luis Fabra Zamora (jorgefabraz@gmail.com)

 Aquí está el programa:

MCMASTER GRADUATE CONFERENCE FOR LEGAL THEORY 2012:    SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS
3:30-4:30
4:45-6:15
6:30-8:30
8:00-9:00
9:00-10:00
10:15-11:15
11:30-12:30
12:30-1:30
1:30-2:30
2:45-3:45
4:00-5:00
Tuesday May 15, 2012
University Hall 101    University Hall 102
Registration (Wilson Library)
Keynote: Jules Coleman
Reception (The Phoenix)
Wednesday May 16, 2012
University Hall 101    University Hall 102
Coffee/Tea (Wilson Library)
Ira Lindsay (Michigan) – Assurance and Expectation Damages
Hillary Nye (NYU) – Raz and the Rule of (Authoritative) Law
Gustavo Ribeiro (Harvard) – No Need to Toss a Coin
Adryan Toth (Saskatchewan) – Law in 3-Dimensions
Sagi Peari (Toronto) – Neo-Kantian Foundation of Choice-of-Law
Mark Schranz (Toronto) – Third-Party Beneficiaries, Directed-Duty Bearers, and the Interest Theory of Rights
Lunch (Wilson Library)
Chong Un Choe (Georgetown) – The Right to Due Process
James Hurley (Oxford) – A Critique of Finnis’ ‘New Natural Law’
Triantafyllos Gkouvas (Antwerp) - Building Legality
Alex Sarch (Michigan) – A Critique of Darwall’s Accountability Defense of Civil Recourse Theory
Sylvia Rich (Oxford) – The Role of Moral Culpability in Sentencing Corporate Offenders
Nick Sage (Toronto) - Freedom, Justice, and Action
Thursday May 17, 2012
University Hall 101
University Hall 102
8:30-9:00
Coffee/Tea (Wilson Library)
9:00-10:00
Matt Grellette (McMaster) – How Modern Positivism Fails to Represent the Social Reality of Law
Carole St. Louis (Ottawa) – The Influence of ‘solidariste’ Thought
10:00-11:00
Doug Weck (Pennsylvania) – Moral Task Accounts of Democratic Authority
Ariel Zylberman (Toronto) – The Very Thought of (Wronging) You
11:15-12:15
Heather Kuiper (McMaster) – Section 15
Grant Hoole (Ottawa) – Public Inquiries and the Rule of Law
12:30-2:00
Keynote: Mark Murphy
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