Case Analysis Seminar
Judges are assumed to be equal participants and are expected to contribute to the discussion. For each case: (a) An economic concept was introduced by the moderator, (b) a judge provided a brief overview of the case, and (c) the judges spent an hour or so discussing how the specific economic concept is not a requirement. A dozen cases from wide variety of legal fields are covered in the seminar. Attendance was limited to 20 judges.
Henry N. Butler, JD, PhD, Dean; George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law; Executive Director, Law & Economics Center, George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School
Andrew Morriss, JD, PhD, Professor; Dean, School of Innovation, & Vice President for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Texas A&M University
Todd J. Zywicki, JD, Foundation Professor of Law, George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School