Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar

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Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar

The 88th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, September 15, 2010:  W. B. Allen, Dean Emeritus, James Madison College, Emeritus Professor of Political Science, Michigan State University

The 87th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, March 10, 2010: Frank Partnoy, Charles E. Barrett Professor of Law and Finance, University of San Diego School of Law

The 86th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, February 10, 2009: Reva Siegel, Deputy Dean and Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Professor of Law, Professor of American Studies, Yale Law School.

The 85th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, February 12, 2008: Laura Kalman, Professor of Recent history, University of California at Santa Barbara

The 84th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, March 6, 2007: Thomas Carbonneau, Samuel P. Orlando Distinguished Professor of Law, Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law

“The Role of Judicial Doctrine in Arbitration”

The 83d Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, October 10, 2006: Gerald Torres, Bryant Smith Chair of Law, University of Texas School of Law

“Social Movements and Law Making”

The 82d Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, March 6, 2006: Michael J. Gerhardt Professor of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“The Constitutional Significance of Forgotten Presidents”

The 81st Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar. September 14, 2005: Saul Levmore, Dean and William B. Graham Professor of Law at the University of Chicago School of Law.

“Fat Taxes — and Their Opposite”

The 80th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture March 2, 2005: Margaret Jane Radin, Stanford Law School William Benjamin Scott and Luna M. Scott Professor of Law.

"Information Technology”

The 79th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, October 14, 2004: Marc S. Galanter, the University of Wisconsin John and Rylla Bosshard Professor of Law and South Asian Studies.

“Law Without Trials”

The 78th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture, March 11, 2004: Joan C. Williams, American University Washington College of Law Program on Gender, Work and Family Executive Director.

“Beyond the Maternal Wall: When Mothers (and Fathers) Sue for Job Discrimination”

The 77th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture and opening address at the People of Color Midwest Legal Scholarship Conference October 9, 2003: Derrick Bell, Visiting Professor, New York University School of Law.

"Brown v. Board at 50:  What are We Doing with What We Have Learned?"

The 76th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture, March 20, 2003: Drew S. Days III, Yale Law School Alfred M. Rankin Professor of Law.

“The Pleasures and Perils of a Repeat Player: the Solicitor General as Supreme Court Advocate”

The 75th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture, October 7, 2002: Jane E. Kirtley, The University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication Silha Professor of Media Ethics.

“Secrecy and Security Are Not Synonymous: Freedom of the Press in the Post-9/11/ 2001 World”

The 74th Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture, March 21, 2002: Robert L. Rabin, Stanford Law School A. Calder Mackay Professor of Law.

“Tort Litigation as an Instrument of Social Reform”

The 73rd Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture, November 1. 2001: Martha Albertson Fineman, the Cornell Law School Dorothea S. Clarke Professor of Feminist Jurisprudence.

“Feminism and Family Law: the Legal Implications of Changing patterns of Behavior”

The 72nd Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar Lecture, March 29, 2001, Douglas A. Kahn, The University of Michigan Law School Paul G. Kauper Professor of Law.

“The Tyranny of Words or the Tyranny of Judges: A Hobson’s Choice? The Principles of Statutory Construction”

The 71st Cleveland-Marshall Fund Visiting Scholar, September 27, 2000: Alan James Ryan, Warden, Oxford University New College.

“The Right to Kill in Cold Blood: Does Capital Punishment Violate Human Rights?”

Forrest B. Weinberg Memorial Lecture

The 2005 Forrest B. Weinberg Memorial Lecture, April 21, 2005: Douglas E. Rosenthal, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal L.L.P.

“Do Intellectual Property Law Promote Competition and Innovation?”

The 2001 Forrest B. Weinberg Memorial Lecture, October 23, 2001: The Honorable William Thomas Bodoh, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio Chief Judge.

“Bankruptcy Reform: An Orderly Development of Public Policy?”

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