Crossing Borders, Breaking Borders
Release Date: 11/23/2020
The Marketplace of Ideas
This is the second episode in the LEC's Native American Heritage Month series, "Reclaiming the Narrative: Voices From Indian Country." In this series, tribal leaders share their perspectives and discuss a wide range of issues from indigenous history to tribal courts.info_outline Reclaiming the Narrative: A Conversation with Ernest Sickey
The Marketplace of Ideas
This is the first episode in the LEC's Native American Heritage Month series, "Reclaiming the Narrative: Voices From Indian Country." In this series, tribal leaders share their perspectives and discuss a wide range of issues from indigenous history to tribal courts.info_outline PEP Talk: A Conversation with Jane Bambauer
The Marketplace of Ideasinfo_outline How, When, and Why Advance Novel Liability Theories? State and Federal AG Perspectives
The Marketplace of Ideasinfo_outline The Mechanics and Motivations of Settlements, Especially with Public Entities
The Marketplace of Ideasinfo_outline Strategic Litigation and the Power of Developing Precedent
The Marketplace of Ideasinfo_outline The Scope of State Authority to Control Litigation: State Sovereignty, Parens Patriae, Class Certification and Related Matter
The Marketplace of Ideasinfo_outline Public Nuisance - Climate Change Applications
The Marketplace of Ideasinfo_outline Public Entity Partnerships with Private Plaintiffs' Attorneys - Who and What Are Motivating Novel Liability Claims by Public Entities
The Marketplace of Ideasinfo_outline Locality Litigation and Public Entity Incentives to File Lawsuits: Public Interest, Politics, Public Finance or Financial Gain?
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On September 17, the LEC held a co-sponsored webinar with Indiana University Bloomington’s Maurer School of Law on two new books that critically examine new ideas about migration, secession, and political freedom.
Professor of Law at George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School, Ilya Somin, argues for the expansion of people’s ability to “vote with their feet” across domestic and international boundaries in his book Free to Move. Timothy Waters, Professor of Law and Val Nolan Faculty Fellow at Indiana University Maurer School of Law and Associate Director of the Center for Constitutional Democracy, argues for a radical rethink of the opposition to secession asking in his book Boxing Pandora if secession is dangerous, or a pathway to stability?
Tune in to this episode of The Marketplace of Ideas to hear both authors present their arguments, and Professor Sanford Levinson, W. St. John Garwood, Jr. Centennial Chair and Professor of Government at The University of Texas at Austin School of Law, comment on both books.