Harvard – Edinburgh Legal Theory Colloquium
University of Edinburgh – February 24-25, 2017
Room 9.01 – David Hume Tower (the Google Maps location is behind the link)
The early promotional poster for the event can be found here: Harvard Edinburgh Colloquium
Friday 24 February, 2017:
- Lucas Miotto (Edinburgh): What Makes Law Coercive when it is Coercive?
- Wendy Salkin (Harvard): Why Stop Snitching? Morally Evaluating Informants
- Paul Burgess (Edinburgh): Deriving the International Rule of Law: An Unnecessary, Impractical and Unhelpful Exercise.
- Konstantin Tretyakov (Harvard): The Right to Die in the United States.
- Louis Ramirez (Edinburgh): Freedom and Hate Speech – The Case for Regulation.
Saturday 25 February, 2017:
- Gustavo Ribeiro (Harvard): Evidentiary Policies through Other Means.
- Martin Kelly (Edinburgh): What is the ‘literal’ rule of statutory interpretation?
- Prof. Timothy Endicott (Oxford): Equity and Interpretation.