Gershenson Faculty Workshop Series

The new Charles H. Gershenson Faculty Workshop Series at Wayne State University Law School in Detroit brings leading scholars from across the country to present works in progress for comment and discussion. The inaugural series features a broad range of topics including criminal law, property, tax, intellectual property, religious freedom, health care, Islamic law and critical race theory.

For more information, contact Professor Jon Weinberg, associate dean for research and faculty development. The workshop series is made possible by the Charles H. Gershenshon Trust Endowment Fund.

Fall 2018

Aaron Perzanowski

Sept. 17

Aaron Perzanowski
Professor of Law
Case Western Reserve University
Clown Eggs, Creative Norms, and the Social Value of Property

Micah Schwartzman

Oct. 1

Micah Schwartzman
Joseph W. Dorn Research Professor of Law
University of Virginia
The Etiquette of Animus

Nicholas Bagley

Oct. 15

Nicholas Bagley
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
The Procedure Fetish

Lee Fennell

Nov. 5

Lee Fennell
Max Pam Professor of Law
University of Chicago
Property Beyond Exclusion

Winter 2019

Sarah Lawsky

Jan. 28

Sarah Lawsky
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor of Law
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Form as Formalization

Sonja Starr

March 4

Sonja Starr
Professor of Law
University of Michigan
Do Employers' Neighborhoods Predict Racial Discrimination?
 

Haider Ala Hamoudi

March 25

Haider Ala Hamoudi
Vice Dean
Professor of Law
University of Pittsburgh
Instrumental Engagement: State Law and Muslim Jurists
in Modern Shi'i Societies

Devon Carbado

April 8

Devon Carbado
Associate Vice Chancellor, BruinX
The Honorable Harry Pregerson Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
Race and the Fourth Amendment

 

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