American Bar Foundation Speaker Exchange Series

Inaugural session: Jane Larson (Wisconsin/law) Law reform and land ownership.

1999-2000

Tonya Brito (Wisconsin/law) Adoption law.          
Susan Shapiro (ABF/sociology) Lawyers' ethics.

2000-2001 

Kathryn Hendley (Wisconsin/law & political science) Legal reform in Russia.
Austan Goolsbee (ABF/economics) Economics of progressive income tax.
Bernard Trujillo (Wisconsin/law) Bankruptcy courts.          
Laura Beth Nielsen (ABF/sociology) Sexual harassment and law.

2001-2002

Marc Galanter (Wisconsin/law) Contract law.          
Mary Rose (ABF/psychology) Juries.

2002-2003 

Gregory Shaffer (Wisconsin/law) International law and the WTO.          
Joanne Martin and Stephen Daniels (ABF/law & political science) Plaintiffs' attorneys and tort law.
Bryant Garth (ABF/law) International law.

2003-2004  JOINT CONFERENCE on NEW LEGAL REALISM

2004-2008

Heinz Klug (Wisconsin/law) and Carol Heimer (ABF/sociology) Law and the regulation & delivery of AIDS medication.          
Victoria Nourse (Wisconsin/law) An historical study of law & eugenics.         
Christopher Tomlins (ABF/history) Willard Hurst and U.S. legal history.

2009-2012 

Mitra Sharafi (Wisconsin/law & history) Women's use of courts in India.
Alexandra Huneeus (Wisconsin/law) Human rights and the Chilean judiciary.
Brad Snyder (Wisconsin/law) History of judicial clerkships in the U.S.

2013-14

Cecelia Klingele (Wisconsin/law)  Parole project.
Alexandra Huneeus (Wisconsin/law) Comparative law project.
Bernadette Atuahene (ABF/law) Land restitution in South Africa.

ABF-Wisconsin Visitors and Graduate Student Exchange Speakers also have included Joyce Sterling (ABF visitor) Gender & the legal profession; Katharina Heyer (ABF visiting graduate student) Disability law; and Sally Merry (ABF visitor) Anthropology and law.


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