The “Law & Political Economy: Democracy Beyond Neoliberalism” Conference is part of a deliberate effort to critically transform legal thought. We are coming together in recognition that “the economy” cannot be separated from questions of power, distribution, and democracy.
The conference was originally scheduled to meet at Yale Law School in April 2020 (the original conference line-up is here). Although we were disappointed to have to cancel that in-person event, we are thrilled to proceed with a “virtual” reconstruction, thanks to the perseverance and generosity of our community. Though some participants were not able to join for the virtual reconstruction, those who were, have agreed to either participate in a live video discussion or a blog symposium. The virtual event schedule is below. Please register for the events you would like to attend live. Recordings of each event will also be added to the site for those who cannot attend live.