LPE Mentoring “Office Hours”

LPE Mentoring “Office Hours”

Apr 29, 2022

Zoom

Please Join Us! Upcoming Mentoring Session  When:  Friday April 29, 2022. 4:00 – 5:00pm EDT, (UTC-4) via Zoom (link will be provided to accepted registrants) Registration & Deadline:  Sign up here by April 26, 2022. Space is limited.   Who: We welcome new & aspiring scholars, graduate and professional students, and others interested in careers in Law…

Shelter for All: A Conversation on Homelessness and Housing Policy

Shelter for All: A Conversation on Homelessness and Housing Policy

Apr 25, 2022

Zoom

Topic: Join the U.S. LPE At-Large group as we discuss the realities of homelessness, the crisis in affordable housing, and competing policies for solving both. We will cover Housing First, zoning approaches, and more. Panelists: Deborah K. PadgettProfessor at NYU Silver School of Social Work Rob RobinsonSenior Advisor at Dignity and Rights Samuel SteinHousing Policy…

Labor of Love: Celebrating Karl Klare’s Vision and Advocacy

Labor of Love: Celebrating Karl Klare’s Vision and Advocacy

Apr 08, 2022

Northeastern Law School & Zoom

Northeastern Law is holding a day-long celebration of Karl Klare, with panels addressing the issues at the heart of Klare’s work: “Transforming Constitutionalism” (on constitutionalism & South Africa, with The Honorable Dennis Davis, Frank Michelman, Jayshree Satpute, & Lucy Williams, with a video presentation by Amaya Paulina Alvez Marín) “Unions & Workers (Solidarity Forever)” (with…

NYU LPE 101 SPEAKER SERIES: Torts with Talha Syed

NYU LPE 101 SPEAKER SERIES: Torts with Talha Syed

Apr 06, 2022

Zoom

The NYU Law and Political Economy speaker series will be having its LAST event of the semester on an LPE approach to Torts with a live lecture and Q&A with Professor Talha Syed from UC Berkeley next Wednesday, April 6th at 6 PM. Professor Syed’s research focuses on law and political economy, with applications to…

Healthcare as Freedom, Healthcare as Control

Healthcare as Freedom, Healthcare as Control

Apr 05, 2022

Zoom and YLS

The final event in our “Political Economy of Care” series, hosted jointly with the Global Justice Health Partnership (GHJP). In the US, access to some kinds of healthcare expanded during a period in the 1960s – 2000s when other social welfare programs were being sharply cut.  But while spending on healthcare and access to health…

Abolition Across Criminal Justice, Immigration, and National Security

Abolition Across Criminal Justice, Immigration, and National Security

Apr 01, 2022

Zoom

Abolition Across Criminal Justice, Immigration, and National Security explores the interconnections between abolitionist movements in the criminal justice, immigration, and national security spaces. The conference’s goal is to contribute to the growing public conversation on abolition by exploring the importance of taking an intersectional approach to the abolitionist project and underscoring the close relationship that…

The LPE Society at Berkeley Presents: Inflation & Economic Justice

The LPE Society at Berkeley Presents: Inflation & Economic Justice

Mar 31, 2022

Zoom

March 31, 2022 12:50-2:00 PM PTPlease join the LPE Society at Berkeley, Frank Pasquale (Brooklyn Law School), and Jamee Moudud (Sarah Lawrence College) for a critical discussion of inflation from an LPE perspective. What is it and why does it matter? Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/53jd4rfu

NYU LPE 101 Speaker Series: Civil Procedure with Luke Norris

NYU LPE 101 Speaker Series: Civil Procedure with Luke Norris

Mar 24, 2022

Zoom

The NYU Law and Political Economy 101 Speaker Series will be having its second event of the semester on an LPE approach to Civil Procedure with a live lecture and Q&A with Professor Luke Norris of Richmond University this Thursday, March 24th at 6pm! Professor Norris teaches on civil procedure, labor and employment law, and constitutional law focusing…

LPE Mentoring “Office Hours”

LPE Mentoring “Office Hours”

Mar 04, 2022

Zoom

Please Join Us! Law and Political Economy  “Office Hours” Upcoming Mentoring Session Co-sponsored by LPE Project and APPEAL  When:  Friday March 4, 2022. 4:00 – 5:00pm ET, (UTC-5) via zoom (link will be provided to accepted registrants) Registration & Deadline:  Sign up HERE by March 1, 2022. Space is limited.   Who: We welcome new & aspiring scholars, graduate and professional…

Neoliberalism & Healthcare

Neoliberalism & Healthcare

Mar 03, 2022

Zoom (& at YLS)

The fourth event in our “Political Economy of Care” series, hosted jointly with the Global Justice Health Partnership (GHJP). Decades of austerity and market-based solutions have delivered us a rapaciously profit-driven health care system and weak systems for community and public health, as well as social welfare and labor and community power. 27.5 million people…

ANU Law Conference: Law & Inequality

ANU Law Conference: Law & Inequality

Feb 16, 2022

In-person & on Zoom

A major public law conference will be held virtually & at the ANU College of Law in Canberra on 16-18 February 2022. Growing inequality is a defining challenge of our times, domestically and globally. Yet the role of inequality in social, political and economic life is often muted (sometimes, invisible) in much public law scholarship. Notably, public law’s foundational concepts were forged in a social world where the inevitability of inequality was often taken for granted. The stuttering processes of democratisation have rendered that assumption untenable.

The LPE Society at Berkeley Presents: Commodified Justice & American Penal Form

The LPE Society at Berkeley Presents: Commodified Justice & American Penal Form

Feb 14, 2022

Room 115

Monday, February 14th, 2022, 12:50-2:00 PM, Room 115 Join LPE and Daniel Epstein (UChicago Political Science) for a discussion of his paper recently published in The Journal of Law & Political Economy. The article analyzes American penal law, ideology, and culture through the lens of Marxist theories of commodification and commodity fetishism, and concludes by arguing that commodified justice can perhaps be…