Demonstrating a commitment to scholarly engagement, the University of Georgia School of Law hosts a colloquium series through which some of the nation's top legal academics present substantial works in progress to the law school faculty.
The series provides a forum for provocative and innovative legal scholarship and gives our law faculty the opportunity to collaborate on current legal research, exchange ideas and foster relationships with other institutions.
This program is made possible through the Kirbo Trust Endowed Faculty Enhancement Fund and the Talmadge Law Faculty Fund.
2020-2021 Schedule of Presenters
|October, 06||Abbe Gluck, Yale Law|
|October, 22||Marie Amelie George, Wake Forest Law|
|November, 11||Monica Bell, Yale Law *Sibley Lecture|
|January, 27||Anupam Chander, Georgetown Law School|
|February, 8||Beth Zilberman, University of Arkansas|
|February, 22||Sherley Cruz, University of Tennessee|
|March, 3||Khiara Bridges, Boston University School of Law|
|March, 24||Karen Tani, Pennsylvania State Law School|
|March, 17||Jessica Roth, Cardozo Law School|
|April, 7||Paul Butler, Georgetown Law School|
|April, 15||Andrea Roth, Berkeley Law School|
Please note the Faculty Colloquium Series is open to faculty members only.