Legal Philosophy Workshop 2022
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We are happy to announce that the 9th annual Legal Philosophy Workshop (LPW) will be held in-person on June 23-24th at the University of Southern California. Registration is free but necessary as space is limited. To register, please complete this form: https://forms.gle/Uj9myMBEoA6xAjN57.
This year's exciting lineup:
- Emad Atiq (Cornell), "Moral Questions and Standards of Proof"
- Comments by Vishnu Sridharan (USC)
- Sameer Bajaj (Warwick), "Electoral Mandates"
- Comments by Amber Kavka-Warren (UCLA)
- Colin Bradley (Princeton), "Private Rights and Private Wrongs"
- Comments by Felipe Jimenez (USC)
- Patricia Marino (Waterloo), "The Boundaries of Cost Benefit Analysis"
- Comments by Rebecca Stone (UCLA)
- Lewis Ross (LSE), "Criminal Proof"
- Comments by Marcela Prieto Rudolphy (USC)
- Valeris Soon (Stanford), "Unbundling Freedom of Association"
- Comments by Jordan Wallace-Wolf (UCLA/Arkansas)
LPW is an annual pre-read workshop designed to foster reflection on the nature of law and the philosophical issues underlying its different areas. Our aim is to promote work that connects legal philosophy with other branches of philosophy (e.g., moral and political philosophy, metaphysics, philosophy of language, epistemology, or philosophy of action) and to create a venue for the critical examination of different viewpoints about law. All sessions are plenary and you can find more Information about LPW for this year and years past on our website: https://sites.google.com/site/legalphilosophyworkshop/home.
Questions? [email protected]
June 22, 2022, 9:00am PST