Friday, June 01, 2018
Kolber Signs Off
Thanks to Howard and company for having me these past two months, and thanks to commenters for the lively discussion. May you all have a great summer! Next academic year, I'll be a visiting fellow at NYU School of Law's Center for Research in Crime and Justice.
Here's a recap:
- Some Reasons to Randomize Cold Calling
- Card Counting and the First Amendment
- Does the First Amendment Let Us Punish Pure Thought?
- Are Criminal Attempts Bumpy?
- Must the Law Be as All-or-Nothing as Leo Katz Claims?
- What is Moral Risk?
- Why Moral Risk Presents a Challenge to Retributivist Punishment
- Online Replies to "Punishment and Moral Risk"
- The Epistemic Challenge to Consequentialism
- "Portfolios of Beliefs" in Torts and Beyond
- Wild, Wild Duplass Brothers
- Wrapping Up "Punishment and Moral Risk" Discussion (collecting five Prawfs posts from an informal online symposium)
- Announcing "Online Workshop on the Computational Analysis of Law"
- Introduction to Judicial Bullshit
- What is Artificial Responsibility (and How Does It Relate to Bitcoin)?
- A Preview of Why Code Is Not (Necessarily) the Contract
- Is the Fundamental Rights Test Bullshit?
- Op-Ed on "Calling Judicial Bullsh*t"
- More From the Duplass Brothers: "Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist"
Posted by Adam Kolber on June 1, 2018 at 05:14 PM | Permalink
Posted by: Adam Kolber | Jun 8, 2018 12:17:29 PM
It was terrific to have you Adam and thanks for all these important and also fun posts!
Posted by: Orly Lobel | Jun 8, 2018 10:51:12 AM