Culp Colloquium 2014

May 15, 2014 • Duke Law School

Time

Room 4046

Room 4042

Room 4172

8-8:30

Breakfast

8:45-9:45

Presenter
Andrea Chandrasekher (UC Davis)
Title: Police Labor Unrest and Lengthy Contract Negotiations: Does Police Misconduct Increase with Time Spent out of Contract?
Commentator(s)
John DeFigueredo (Duke)
Sam Buell (Duke)

Presenter
Jonathan Glater (UC Irvine)
Title: Student Debt, Equity, and Risk
Commentator(s):
Jim Chen (MSU)
Dorothy Brown (Emory)

Presenter
Stephen Rich (USC)
Title: Rethinking Diversity
Commentator(s):
Joseph Blocher (Duke)
Neil Siegel (Duke)

10-11

Presenter
Yolanda Vasquez (Cincinnati)
Title: “Crimmigration” and Its Use as a Mechanism for Racial Stratification
Commentator(s):
Stephen Lee (UCI)
Richard Myers (UNC)

Presenter
Lauren Lucas (Georgia State)
Title: Toward a Non-Essentialist Constitutionalism
Commentator(s):
Justin Driver (Chicago)
Franita Tolson (FSU)
Bill Marshall (UNC)

Presenter
Taja-Nia Henderson (Rutgers-Newark)
Title: The Lost History of the Fourteenth Amendment’s Disqualification Clause
Commentator(s):
Al Brophy (UNC)
Paul Haagen (Duke)

11:15-12:15

Presenter:
Alicia Plerhoples (Georgetown)
Title: Delaware Public Benefit Corporations 90 Days out: Who’s Opting In?
Commentator(s):
Kevin Davis (NYU)
Kimberly Krawiec (Duke)

Presenter
Osamudia James (Miami)
Title: Something of Race Remains: Vulnerability and Identity in American Public Education
Commentator(s)
Trina Jones (Duke)
Adrienne Davis (Wash U)

Presenter
Paul Gowder (Iowa)
Title: A Commitment to Equality
Commentator(s):
Jamal Greene (Columbia)
Justin Driver (Chicago)
Mohsen Kadivar (Duke University)

12:15-1:30

Lunch: Starr Commons

 

1:30-2:30

Presenter
Sheldon Lyke (Whittier)
Title: Is Foreign Law a New American Stranger? A Case Study
Commentator(s):
Luis Fuentes-Rohwer (IU, Bloomington)
Stephen Lee (UCI)

Presenter
Priscilla Ocen (Loyola-LA)
Title: “Reproductive Profiling” of Women of Color
Commentator(s):
Kate Bartlett (Duke)
Angela Onwuachi-Willig (Iowa)

Presenter
Timothy Lovelace (IU-Bloomington)
Title: The Jurisprudence of Martin Luther King: From Brown to Cooper
Commentator(s):
Al Brophy (UNC)
Paul Haagen (Duke)

2:45-3:45

Presenter:
Veronica Root (Notre Dame)
Title: Monitors
Commentator(s):
Kevin Davis (NYU)
Deborah Demott (Duke)

Presenter
Kim Buchanan (USC)
Title: When is HIV a Crime? Sexuality, Gender, and Consent
Commentator(s):
Adrienne Davis (Wash U)
Kate Bartlett (Duke)

Presenter
Bertrall Ross (Berkeley)
Title: Embracing Administrative Constitutionalism
Commentator(s):
Jamal Greene (Columbia)
Maggie Lemos (Duke)
Bill Marshall (UNC)

4-5:30

New Law Professors Roundtable
Room 4042

6:30

DINNER
Gregoria's Kitchen