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…

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…

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 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…

JCRED Symposium: Racial Capitalism as Legal Analysis

JCRED Symposium: Racial Capitalism as Legal Analysis

Apr 07, 2021

Zoom

JCRED Symposium Panel | WebEx, April 7, 2021, 9:45am-11:00am Please RSVP to the virtual event here, you will receive an email with login information before the event. As a legal journal dedicated to social, racial, and economic justice, the forthcoming symposium issue of the Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development (JCRED) will explore the…

IGLP 2021 Global Scholars Academy Application

IGLP 2021 Global Scholars Academy Application

Apr 02, 2021

The Graduate Institute

The Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School is pleased to announce the 2021 Global Scholars Academy organized in collaboration with The Graduate Institute, Geneva and generously supported by The Open Society University Network. The Academy, to be held in Geneva, Switzerland from August 16 – 20, 2021, is an intensive combination…

LPE 101 Course: Law of the Platform Economy with Sanjukta Paul

LPE 101 Course: Law of the Platform Economy with Sanjukta Paul

Apr 01, 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…

CFP “Migrant farmworkers: resisting and organizing before, during and after Coronavirus”

CFP “Migrant farmworkers: resisting and organizing before, during and after Coronavirus”

Mar 31, 2021

Journal for Agrarian Change

Call for Papers for a Symposium on “Migrant farmworkers: resisting and organizing before, during and after Coronavirus.” To be submitted for review to Journal of Agrarian Change Guest Editors: Tomaso Ferrando, Talia Esnard, Vasanthi Venkatesh and Vladimir Bogoeski Rationale: Declared “essential” in many countries, migrant farm workers have been one of the most vulnerable worker…

NYU LPE 101: K-Sue Park on Conquest & Slavery in Property Law

NYU LPE 101: K-Sue Park on Conquest & Slavery in Property Law

Mar 29, 2021

Google Meets

On Monday March 29th from 12:45-2:00 the NYU Law and Political Economy Association will be hosting Professor K-Sue Park (Georgetown Law) for a talk, “Conquest and Slavery in the Property Law Course.” This talk will be the fifth in this year’s LPE 101 series.  Professor Park will be speaking on how histories of colonization and enslavement should reframe our…