Manne

Second Annual Henry G. Manne Law & Economics Conference: November 9, 2012

Unlocking the Law: Building on the Work of Professor Larry E. Ribstein

Agenda

Please note: the papers below are unpublished and should not be cited or quoted without the express permission of the author(s).

 

Panel I. The Future of Legal Services and Legal Education

 

Henry G. Manne, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Ave Maria School of Law; Dean Emeritus, George Mason University School of Law

How the Structure of Universities Determined the Fate of American Legal Education

 

John O. McGinnis, George C. Dix Professor in Constitutional Law, Northwestern University School of Law

An Undergraduate Option for Legal Education

 

 

Panel II. Deregulating Legal Services

 

Richard A. Epstein, Laurence A. Tisch Professor of Law, New York University School of Law

Big Law and Big Med: The Deprofessionalization of Legal and Medical Services

 

Gillian K. Hadfield, Richard L. and Antoinette Schamoi Kirtland Professor of Law and Professor of Economics, University of Southern California Gould School of Law

The Cost of Law: Promoting Access to Justice Through the Corporate Practice of Law


Nuno Garoupa, Professor and H. Ross and Helen Workman Research Scholar, University of Illinois College of Law; Co-Director, Illinois Program on Law, Behavior, and Social Science
Globalization and Deregulation of Legal Services

 

 

Panel III. Law Firms and Competition Between Lawyers

 

William D. Henderson, Professor of Law and Van Nolan Faculty Fellow, Indiana University Maurer School of Law; Director, Center on the Global Legal Profession

From Big Law to Lean Law


Benjamin H. Barton, Professor of Law, University of Tennessee College of Law

A Glass Half Full Look at the Changes in the American Legal Market

 

Daniel Currell, Executive Director, Legal & Risk Compliance Practice, CEB, Inc.

M. Todd Henderson, Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School

Will Lawyers Be in the Driver's Seat?

 

 

Panel IV. Reputation, Fiduciary Duties, and Agency Costs

 

Clifford Winston, Senior Fellow, Economics Studies, Brooking Institution

An Exploration of Price Competition Among Lawyers

 

Michael H. Bradley, F.M. Kirby Professor of Investment Banking Emeritus, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University; Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law

Mitu Gulati, Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law

Irving A. De Lira Salvatierra, Graduate Student, Department of Economics, Duke University

Lawyers: The Gatekeepers of the Soverign Debt Market?

 

Jason Scott Johnston, Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation Professor of Law and Nicholas E. Chimicles Research Professor in Business Law and Regulation, University of Virginia School of Law

Consumer Protection in the New World of Commoditized and Unbundled Legal Products

From Nudges to Mandates: Dodd-Frank Mortgage Regulation as Case Study

 

 

Panel V. Private Lawmaking and Adjudication

 

Robert G. Bone, G. Rollie White Teaching Excellence Chair in Law, University of Texas at Austin School of Law

Decentralizing the Lawmaking Function: Should There Be Intellectual Property Rights in Law?

 

Barry E. Adler, Bernard Petrie Professor of Law and Business and Associate Dean for Information Systems and Technology, New York University School of Law

Lawyers as Lawmakers, Privilege and Agency

 

Erin O'Hara O'Connor, Milton R. Underwood Chair in Law, Vanderbilt University Law School

Peter B. Rutledge, Herman E. Talmadge Chair of Law, University of Georgia Law School

Arbitration, the Law Market, and the Law of Lawyering