MU Law School hosts a number of scholarly activities for faculty and students. The Faculty Colloquium series brings well-regarded academics from all over the world to give scholarly presentations on a wide variety of subjects to the faculty. The series includes a speaker exchange workshop, which allows our faculty to travel to participating schools and present their work. Our internal faculty workshops provide an opportunity for our faculty to present their works-in-progress to their peers prior to publication. Additionally, we host a number of symposia and conferences throughout the year that bring together academics, students, and practitioners to explore cutting edge legal topics.
|2/6||Faculty Colloquium: Rob Leflar, University of Arkansas
Red-State Health Reform: Threading the Political Needle
|2/20|| Faculty Colloquium: Uma Outka, University of Kansas
Public Electric Power in the New Energy Transition
|2/27||Missouri Law Review Symposium
Policing, Protesting, and Perceptions:
A Critical Examination of the Events in Ferguson
|3/6||Panel Presentation (in conjunction with the Department of Education)
Developing Effective Learning Environments for Legal Education
|3/13|| Center for Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship (CIPE) Kick-Off
IP and the University: Issues for Academics, Entrepreneurs, and Lawyers
|4/17||Faculty Colloquium: Elizabeth Sepper, Wash. U.
Free Exercise Lochnerism.