Emroch Faculty Colloquy Series

Great Minds, Fresh Ideas, Engaged Faculty

Welcome to Richmond Law’s Emroch Faculty Colloquy Series. We're proud to introduce the 2015-2016 lineup of speakers. For more information, please contact Corinna Lain, Associate Dean for Faculty Development. Support for the colloquy series is provided by the Emanuel Emroch Endowment Fund.

Saul Levmore

September 18, 2015
Saul Levmore
University of Chicago Law School
Durable Law

David Skeel

September 25, 2015
David Skeel
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Mini Securities Fraud

Margo Bagley October 2, 2015
Margo Bagley
University of Virginia School of Law
Digital Biopiracy
Orin kerr October 9, 2015
Orin Kerr
George Washington University Law School
The Digital Fourth Amendment
Franco Ferrari October 16, 2015
Franco Ferrari
New York University School of Law
How International Should International Arbitration Be?
Jennifer Lee January 29, 2016
Jennifer Lee
Temple University School of Law
U.S. Workers Need Not Apply: Guest Worker Programs Transform Cultural Myth into Reality
Jenny Carroll February 5, 2016
Jenny Carroll
The University of Alabama School of Law
Realizing Touby's Promise of Meaningful Constraint in Executive Discretion to Criminalize
J.B. Ruhl

February 19, 2016
J.B. Ruhl
Vanderbilt Law School
Agencies Running from Agency Discretion

Sarah Rajec

February 26, 2016
Sarah Rajec
William & Mary Law School
IP Threats at the WTO

Russell McCain March 18, 2016
Russell McClain
University of Maryland School of Law
How Law Schools Are Failing Minority Students: The Consequences of Ignoring Stereotype Threat
Abigail Perdue March 25, 2016
Abigail Perdue
Wake Forest University School of law
The Legacy of U.S. v. Virginia: An Empirical Study
Marc Spindelman April 8, 2016
Marc Spindelman
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
A Mirror of Critique: LGBT Bullying as Study