3rd Annual Summer Academy on Law, Money and Technology (University of Manchester)

3rd Annual Summer Academy on Law, Money and Technology (University of Manchester)

Jul 26, 2021

Zoom

26th to 30th July 2021Online Event4:00-5:30pm UK time The 3rd Annual Summer Academy on Law, Money and Technology is hosted by the University of Manchester in coordination with the Association for Promotion of Political Economy and Law (APPEAL), the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, and the Finance, Law and Economics Working Group of the…

APPEAL’s “What Is Capitalism?” Reading Group

APPEAL’s “What Is Capitalism?” Reading Group

Jun 25, 2021

Zoom

APPEAL reading group: What is Capitalism? Session 12 Friday June 25, 2021, 2:00pm, Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4) via Zoom If you have not yet registered please Register HERE Zoom link and readings will be emailed after you register. Please join APPEAL for the next session of their reading group on the law and political economy of capitalism.  All are…

Job Alert: 2 Clinical Fellowships at UC Irvine’s Environmental Law Clinic

Job Alert: 2 Clinical Fellowships at UC Irvine’s Environmental Law Clinic

Jun 21, 2021

UC Irvine

Applications due July 21, 2021 Mysun Foundation Clinical Fellow The University of California, Irvine School of Law invites applications for the position of Mysun Foundation Clinical Fellow in its Environmental Law Clinic (ELC). The fellowship is designed to provide an attorney who has a strong interest in environmental justice with mentorship to help the attorney…

JOB ALERT: Yale Global Health Justice Program Fellowships

JOB ALERT: Yale Global Health Justice Program Fellowships

Jun 03, 2021

Online

The Global Health Justice Partnership (GHJP) is now accepting applications for two fellowship positions: the Gruber Gender & Sexuality Fellow and the Legal Empowerment Fellow.  The Gruber Gender & Sexuality Fellow is a two-year position, starting in or around September 1, 2021, designed for JD, MPH, or PhD graduates interested in gender & sexuality justice at the intersection of health…

Launch of “Remaking Appalachia: Ecosocialism, Ecofeminism, and Law”

Launch of “Remaking Appalachia: Ecosocialism, Ecofeminism, and Law”

May 20, 2021

Zoom

West Virginia University Libraries will host a virtual conversation with Nicholas Stump, author of “Remaking Appalachia,” on May 20 at noon. Stump, a faculty member and head of reference and access services with the George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library at WVU College of Law, researches environmental law, critical legal theory, law and social movements,…

Conference Panel: LPE, Inclusion, & Public Law

Conference Panel: LPE, Inclusion, & Public Law

Apr 26, 2021

Zoom

The panelists will engage in a roundtable discussion about the formation of legal, political, and economic units, social reproduction, and the state. What forms of autonomy (or interdependence) are required for true freedom or democracy? What structural barriers constrain solidarity among women (and other people) along lines of class, race, sexuality, ability, religion, age, and…

Conference Panel: Critical Theory & Law Reform – Past & Future

Conference Panel: Critical Theory & Law Reform – Past & Future

Apr 22, 2021

Zoom

**THIS EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED IN THE COMING WEEKS** This panel will explore earlier critical legal theory movements that form the background for LPE today, including critical legal studies (CLS), critical race theory (CRT), and feminist and queer legal theory. CLS distributional analysis borrowed liberally from neo-classical economics, institutional economics and Marxist economics.  Key CLS…

ClassCrits: Queering Class

ClassCrits: Queering Class

Apr 16, 2021

Zoom

A roundtable discussion on the intersection of LGBTQIA issues, law, and political economy praxis. Organized by ClassCrits and cosponsored by the University of Kansas School of Law. 20 scholars and activists. 4 hours.  4 questions.  1 collective conversation about queerness and class. Please join ClassCrits for a roundtable discussion about the intersection of LGBTQIA issues,…

LPE Mentoring “Office Hours”

LPE Mentoring “Office Hours”

Apr 16, 2021

Zoom

The Law & Political Economy Project is once again teaming up with The Association for the Promotion of Political Economy & the Law (APPEAL) to bring you LPE “Office Hours”  When: April 16, 2021, 5:00-6:00p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4) via Zoom (link will be provided to accepted registrants) Registration & Deadline: Sign up here by Sunday…

LPE 101 Course: Law of Money & Banking with Lev Menand

LPE 101 Course: Law of Money & Banking with Lev Menand

Apr 09, 2021

Zoom

The LPE Project is teaming up with the American Constitution Society (ACS) to offer an online course introducing students to LPE analysis. This course will pair lectures and short readings that illustrate how LPE frameworks can help us examine law’s role in the perpetuation of racial and gender injustice, the devaluation of social and ecological…

Conference Panel: Intersectional Environmentalism and the Biden Administration

Conference Panel: Intersectional Environmentalism and the Biden Administration

Apr 08, 2021

Zoom

This panel will explore the connections between economic inequality, global environmental degradation (including but not limited to climate change), and racial discrimination (in all its varied forms). In doing so, the group will showcase expertise across different geographies and landscapes, with some panelists focusing on Indigenous Nations and rural spaces in the U.S. and others engaged with urban environmental…