Responding to Law and Economics: Critiques and Alternatives
Posted by The Situationist Staff on October 17, 2011
The American Constitution Society of Harvard Law School are sponsoring a panel discussion with Situationist Contributor Jon Hanson, Duncan Kennedy, and James Hackney. Here’s a description:
Many law students find that law and economics is a pervasive and seductive way of tying legal issues to the real world. But what are its limits? And what other ways are there of thinking about the effects of law on the world? An illustrious group of panelists–James Hackney from Northeastern School of Law; and Duncan Kennedy and Jon Hanson, both from Harvard Law School–will discuss how their work provides alternative ways of thinking about law and our world.
Details: 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. in Austin West. Thai food served.