“We are pleased to invite you to attend a series of online lectures by the University of Chicago Law School faculty. This “Global Lecture Series” will feature the cutting edge work of our Law and Economics faculty, on a variety of timely topics.
The lectures will be delivered via Zoom, and are open and free to any interested participant.
Registration is not required for attendance – you may simply join the zoom link at the time of the lecture. Registration is required if you plan to actively participate in the Q&A portion of the lecture.
Each lecture will be 75 minutes long. The last 30 minutes will be reserved for Q&A. Each lecture will start at 7:30 a.m. Chicago CST time, to accommodate the different time zones of the audience.”
· September 10: Lior Strahilevitz, Online Manipulation of Consumers
· September 14: Daniel Hemel, Innovation During Pandemics: Patents, Prizes, and More
· September 17: Lee Fennell, Coordinating Behavior Through Law and Norms: Covid-19, Climate Change, and Beyond
· September 21: Omri Ben-Shahar, Personalized Law
· September 24: Eric Posner, The Scope of Normative Law and Economics
For registration, go to https://uchicago.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0sdeGurDooHNU_m-EjNRCQqPWgAxI9nrPE
To join a lecture, go to https://uchicago.zoom.us/j/99128621261?pwd=b2dzeHV1VzliekxwMnpiVEMzc0J5dz09 Password: Coase2020