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Monday, January 03, 2011

Happy New Year of Conferences!

Thanks to Dan for inviting me back, again, inexplicably. To kick off my current guest-blogging stint, and the new year, I'll pose this question: What anniversary conferences are we going to see in 2011? What's the over-under on conferences commemorating:

The 50th anniversary of Mapp v. Ohio?
The 40th anniversary of Lemon v. Kurtzman?
The 40th anniversary of the Pentagon Papers Case

This is just for starters, of course. I'm sure my fellow prawfs or law review editors can add to the list....

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In the planning stages now is a September conference at Widener (Harrisburg) commemorating Justice Scalia's 25 years on the Supreme Court. Persons interested in participating should get in touch with me.

Posted by: Mike Dimino | Jan 3, 2011 6:06:38 PM

100th anniversary of the Standard Oil case which broke up Standard Oil and established the rule of reason as the baseline in antitrust law.

Posted by: Spencer Waller | Jan 3, 2011 5:18:35 PM

"'Contract as Promise' at 30: The Future of Contract Theory" at Suffolk University Law School on Friday, March 25, 2011.

The occasion is the anniversary of the publication of Charles Fried's iconic book on the deontological justification for contract law.

Posted by: Jeff Lipshaw | Jan 3, 2011 12:46:49 PM

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