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1 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Thursday Thursday May 28 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Globalization and Its Influence on Methodology: Approaches for Studying yers and the Legal Profession Roundtable Session Orcas Chair(s): Jayanth Krishnan, Indiana University, Bloomington Carole Silver, Northwestern University School Economic Development and Oil Jeff Kleeger, FGCU Economic Transition, Firm Size, and Legal Reform in China, Russia, and Kazakhstan Bradley Murg, Department of Political Science, University of Washington AMR: Wibren van der Burg - The Dynamics of and Morality. A Pluralist Account of Legal Interactionism. Author Meets Reader (AMR) Session Fifth Avenue Partic: Paola Cecchi Dimeglio, Harvard School Ethan Michelson, Indiana University Vitor Dias, Indiana University-Bloomington Bryant Garth, University of California Irvine Fiona Kay, Queen s University Jonathan Klaaren, University of the Witwatersrand Heinz Klug, University of Wisconsin Joyce Sterling, University of Denver Sturm College of This roundtable will explore the different methodological approaches scholars have used to study globalization and the legal profession. There has long been important scholarship from a diverse array of researchers on this subject, but this session has a specific focus of considering how globalization shapes methodological choices. The objective will be to learn how empirical, methodological approaches compare and contrast between (and within) particular regions and nations in both the Global North and Global South (given existing historical, cultural, political and economic differences), and to what degree researchers engage in methodological borrowing. The roundtable will also focus on regulatory differences that influence the availability and importance of particular sources and kinds of information that researchers have at their disposal when conducting empirical inquiry. Primary Keyword: Legal Profession A North versus South Perspective on Economic Development and Legal Structures Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 1 Fcltr: Jaivir Singh, Centre for the Study of and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University Primary Keyword: Economy, Business and Society Auth: Wibren van der Burg, Erasmus School of, EUR Chair(s): Bronwen Morgan, UNSW School of Reader: Paul Schiff Berman, The George Washington University Martin Krygier, University of New South Wales Karol Edward Soltan, University of Maryland Mariana Valverde, University of Toronto A contemporary theory of law should be able to address at least four phenomena: 1. the production of enormous amounts of top-down, black-letter state regulations; 2. the emergence of horizontal, interactional forms of law (e.g. in international law, self-regulation, responsive and interactive legislation); 3. global legal pluralism; and 4. the increased dynamics of law and society. In his book, Wibren van der Burg develops a robust theory of law that can deal with these challenges. This theory of legal interactionism, inspired by the work of Lon Fuller and Philip Selznick, also helps us to understand apparent anomalies of modern law, such as international law, the law of the European Convention on Human Rights and horizontal interactive legislation. Its methodological pluralism and inclusive non-dogmatic concept of law will be especially helpful for interdisciplinary socio-legal research because it facilitates conversations across and within disciplines. A special focus is on the dynamic intertwinement of law and morality, especially in newly emerging fields of law dealing with bioethics and biotechnology. Primary Keyword: Legal Pluralism and Non-State Beyond Disability Rights: A Disability Perspective on Health and Social Policy CRN: 40 Dlx Suite Parlor 2 Chair(s): Mark Weber, DePaul University College of Anne Bloom, Loyola School 1

2 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Primary Keyword: Disabilities and The Inaccessible Road to Motherhood The Tragic Consequence of Not Having Reproductive Policies for Israelis with Disabilities Doron Dorfman, Stanford School The Meaning of Injury: A Disability Perspective on Tort Sagit Mor, University of Haifa I d Be Insulted to be Thought of as Disabled : The Uneasy Relationship Between People Living with HIV/ AIDS and Disability Peter McTigue, Nottingham Trent University Denying Genocide and Adjudicating History Lorenz Langer, University of Zurich Recent Development on Hate Speech Controversy in Japan Koji Higashikawa, Kanazawa University Reconciling Privacy and Speech in the Era of Big Data: A Comparative Legal Analysis Ronald Krotoszynski, University of Alabama School of Should it Matter Where Genocide Denial Is Banned? A Critique of the Nexus Argument Robert Kahn, University of St. Thomas Thursday Building Rights Consciousness CRN: 21 Grand Crescent Chair(s): Anna-Maria Marshall, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign To Have or Have Not: Free Speech and Press in the U.S. States, Richard Price, Weber State University Contemporary Manifestations of Islamic Divorce in the Global South: Understanding Khul in Diverse Cultural Contexts Salon Session Anne Revillard, Sciences Po, OSC-LIEPP Grand 3 - Table 3 Primary Keyword: Social Movements and Legal Mobilization Academic Free Speech and Rights Consciousness: Reactions to the Kansas Board of Regents Social Media Policy Darren Botello-Samson, Pittsburg State University Mobilizing the Gap Between s Promise and s Pathos: Creative 21st Century Social Movement Strategies Toward Honor Brabazon, University of Oxford The National Labor Relations Act in the Non-unionized Workplace: Workers Mobilization of Section 7 Jessica Garrick, University of Michigan The People Are Always Last: State Violence, Victims Advocacy, and the Myth of Rights Joshua Eaise, Rutgers University Comparative Free Speech Blakely Chair/ Thomas M Keck, Syracuse University Primary Keyword: Constitutional and Constitutionalism Fcltr(s): Sylvia Vatuk, University of Illinois-Chicago Primary Keyword: Islamic and Society Divorce at the Woman s Initiative in Pakistan and in the Diasporas Livia Holden, Karakoram International University How to Buy a Divorce: Strategies of Islamic Khuluu among Lay People and Legal Professionals in Zanzibar Erin Stiles, University of Nevada, Reno Khul : An Extra-Judicial Form of Woman-initiated Divorce in India s Muslim Personal Sylvia Vatuk, University of Illinois-Chicago Critical Police Studies: Examining the Intersections of Race and Enforcement CRN: 12 Whidbey Chair(s): Charles Epp, University of Kansas Luis Daniel Gascón, University of San Francisco Department of Sociology 2

3 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Primary Keyword: Policing and Punishment, Social Control Primary Keyword: Policing and Punishment, Social Control Thursday A History of Violence: Doctrines of National Security and the Militarization of Policing in Latin America Sebastian Sclofsky, University of Florida Mauro Caraccioli, University of Florida Failure as Strategic Programming: Bootcamp and the Youth Control Complex Aaron Roussell, Washington State University Luis Daniel Gascón, University of San Francisco Department of Sociology Police Brutality and the Ungendering of Black Women Afiya Browne, University of California, Irvine Punishing our Mothers the Policing of Youth and Families Analicia Mejia Mesinas, University of California, Irvine Alma Zaragoza-Petty, University of California Irvine The Trust Gap: Africans Americans and the Police in Ferguson and Beyond Jeannine Bell, Indiana University Maurer School of Bloomington Wounded Warriors: Policing, Race, and the Cultural Politics of Victimization Stephanie Whitehead, Indiana University East Critiquing and Celebrating the 1965 Hart-Celler Act Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 4 Atrocity Crime Franchises: Effecting an Atrocity Policy One Step Removed Matthew Charity, Western New England University School of Beyond Risk: Entrapment, Surveillance, and the Creation of Criminal Biographies Anya Degenshein, Northwestern University Guns and Drugs Benjamin Levin, Harvard School Immigrant Sanctuary as Independent Crime Governance: An Alternative Explanation of Subnational Government Abstinence from Immigration Enforcement Trevor Gardner, NYU School Sting Victims: Third Party Harms and Undercover Policing Elizabeth Joh, UC Davis School of Tom Joo, UC Davis School of Developing a Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue Framework for Resource Management: Perspectives on the Human Right Based Approach Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 5 Fcltr(s): Olufunmilola Ayotunde, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada Fcltr(S): Gabriel Chin, UC Davis School of Brian Soucek, UC Davis School of Primary Keyword: Migration and Immigration Coming to America: The Business of Trafficked Workers Robyn Rodriguez, UC Davis Asian American Studies The Beginning of the End: The Immigration Act of 1965 and the Emergence of Modern U.S./Mexico Border Enforcement Kevin Johnson, UC Davis School of Defining What is Criminal: Critiques of Legal Categories Primary Keyword: Economic and Social Rights Health Rights Consciousness and Preventative Care Laura Jensen, Virginia Tech Fatima Sharif, Virginia Tech The Judicial Enforcement of Economic and Social Rights Through Dynamic Regulatory Constitutionalism Richard Stacey, University of Toronto Faculty of Frontline Regulators: Uncertainty, Ambiguity and Genealogy Cascade 1C Cascade 1A Chair/ Fiona Haines, University of Melbourne Chair/ Stefan Machura, Bangor University Primary Keyword: Regulation & Governance 3

4 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. A Deliberative Democratic Theory of Precedent Glen Staszewski, Michigan State University Governing Prolific Offenders: A Canadian Case Study Dale Ballucci, University of New Brunswick How Frontline Regulators Handle Ambiguous Ayako Hirata, University of California, Berkeley Uncertainty and Regulation Adam Muchmore, Penn State Good Parent, Bad Parent, Adoptive Parent: Data, Myths and St. Helens Chair/ Lee Ann Basser, La Trobe University Primary Keyword: Family and Youth Open Adoption Contracts & Not-Legally-Binding Deals as Mechanisms for Empowerment and Connection Martha Ertman, University of Maryland School Pennsylvania s Children: An Examination of the Guiding Nutrition in Child Care Facilities and the Barriers to Setting Healthier Standards Amanda Cappelletti, Temple University Beasley School of Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis on Intergenerational Transmission of Criminal Behavior Sytske Besemer, UC Berkeley University Andree Boisselle, Osgoode Hall School Signa Daum Shanks, Osgoode Hall School Hewitt Jeffrey, Osgoode Hall School The Effectiveness of Tribal Courts in Alaska in Reducing Recidivism: Researching the Potential and Efficacy of Alternate Forms of Adjudication and Sentencing Ryan Fortson, University of Alaska Anchorage, Justice Center Cory Lepage, University of Alaska Anchorage Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls in Australia and Post-War Liberia: Assessing the Rule of as a Remedy for Injustice and Inequality Veronica Fynn, Australian National University Language and Discourse III: Rhetoric in s Practices Cascade 2 Chair/ Ellen Berrey, University at Buffalo, SUNY Jody Madeira, Indiana University Maurer School of Primary Keyword: Language And Discourse Balancing Exercise in Human Rights Cases As a Means to Resolve Rhetorical Antinomies Anita Soboleva, National Research University Higher School of Economics Language, Power, and the Construction of Legal Narratives in Adversarial and Inquisitorial Justice Systems Janet Ainsworth, Seattle University Thursday The Current Special Adoption Act in Korea and Single Mothers Jin-Sook Yun, Soongsil University Indigenous Responses to the Promise and Pathos of Protecting the Vulnerable Dlx Suite Parlor 5 Chair(s): Veronica Fynn, Australian National University Primary Keyword: Indigeneity and First Peoples Indigenous yers: Identity, Professionalization & Sonia rence, Osgoode Hall School of York Louder Than Words: Non-Communicative Actions As Implied Speech-Acts In Contract Formation Sidney Delong, seattle university school of law The Rule of in Supreme Court Per Curiam Opinions: Consensus and Dissensus Shelby Bell, University of Minnesota and the War on Terror Pine Chair/ Marina Aksenova, University of Copenhagen / Department Primary Keyword: War and including Security and Terrorism 4

5 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Thursday Counterterrorism and Human Rights Under Authoritarian Systems Shimelis Mulugeta Kene, McGill University Explaining Entrapment in Domestic Terrorism Prosecutions Jesse Norris, Baldy Center for & Social Policy, SUNY-Buffalo School Guantánamo Detainees: A Decade of Rights Without Remedy Stuart Streichler, University of Washington Torture and Constraint, or, the Failure and Promise of yers Legal Consciousness Francesca Laguardia, Montclair State University An Analysis on Insufficient Access to Essential Drugs of the Global Most Vulnerable from Global and Local Perspectives Jia Liu, The University of Hong Kong Science, not Spirituality: The Need for Pharmaceutical Treatment of Opioid Addiction in the Criminal Justice System Barbara Andraka-Christou, Indiana University Legal Pluralism and Its Contribution to the Global South/ Global North Paradigm CRN: 48 Vashon 1 yers in Conflict & Transition Chair/ Sue Farran, Northumbria University Niklas Hultin, George Mason University Adams Primary Keyword: Legal Pluralism and Non-State Chair/ Ron Slye, Seattle University Primary Keyword: Legal Profession yers, Civil Parties and the Imagined Victim : yers Attitudes Towards Victim Participation at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. Rachel Killean, Queen s University Belfast Swapping Sides? Political Transitions and Cause yers Within the State Louise Mallinder, Transitional Justice Institute The Gendered Professional: Female yers in Conflict & Transition Anna Bryson, Queens University Belfast The yer, the Client and the Cause ; yering in Conflict and Transition Kieran McEvoy, Queens University Belfast Legal Paradoxes in the 21st Century: Good Science, Bad? CRN: 29 Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 2 Fcltr: Michele Goodwin, University of California - Irvine School of Primary Keyword: Bioethics, Biotechnology Chaos or Coordination? Multiple Institutions Overlapping in the Natural Resource Sector in Nyambene Hills, Kenya James Krueger, University of Wisconsin-Madison Legal Pluralism and Globalization of Asian Arinori Kawamura, Japan Coast Guard Academy On Good Advice: The Taking Place of Legal Consciousness Within Citizens Advice Samuel Kirwan, University of Bristol The How Many Question: An Institutionalist s Guide to Legal Pluralism Ori Aronson, Bar-Ilan University Faculty of The Normative and Technological Construction of a Commodity Chain: A Plural Legal Configuration Connecting Resource Extraction in the Global South and Consumer Patterns in the Global North Bertram Turner, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology The Unifying Benefits of Studies in Legal Pluralism: A View from Actors in the Indian Subcontinent Tamara Relis, London School of Economics Making Meaning, Making Change?: Visual Cultures of Trafficking and the Sex Trade CRN: 17 5

6 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Olympic Ummni Khan, Carleton University, Department of Chair/ Annie Hill, University of Minnesota Primary Keyword: Gender and Sexuality Calling the Consumer Activist, Consuming the Trafficking Subject: Call + Response and the Terms of Legibility Julietta Hua, SFSU Annie Fukushima, Rutgers Puma Shen, University of California, Irvine Cheng-Tong Lir Wang, University of California, Irvine Video Justice: YouTube and the UK Supreme Court Leslie J. Moran, Birkbeck College, University of London, Ready to Roll? Has the Time Come For Cameras to Enter Israeli Courtrooms? Itay Ravid, Stanford School New Developments in & Psychological Science - Part 1 Thursday Rachel Lloyd as Rescuer: Portrayals of Heroes and Victims in Sexual Exploitation Narratives Corey Shdaimah, University of Maryland Chrysanthi Leon, University of Delaware Rhetoric Constructs Reality: Using Feminist Scholarship to Assess an Anti-Human Trafficking Campaign Kasey Ragan, University of California, Irvine Visual Culture and Carceral Erotics in (Sex) Trafficking Melomentaries and Crime Dramas Edith Kinney, San José State University Anti-Violence Iconographies of the Cage: Diasporan Crossings and the (Un)Tethering of Subjectivities Annie Fukushima, Rutgers University Media Coverage, Courts and Legal Professionals CRN: 45 Stuart Chair/ Richard Cornes, Essex University Primary Keyword: Popular Culture, Media, Finance, and The Arts Courts, Communication and Human Rights in the United Kingdom Merris Amos, Queen Mary University of London Misreported, Misunderstood and Dangerously Exposed? Courts and the Media in New Zealand Richard Cornes, Essex University The Indie yer of the Future Lucy Jewel, University of Tennessee The Role of Media in Chinese Criminal Procedure Reform Dlx Suite Parlor 1 Chair(s): Shari Diamond, Northwestern U School/American Bar Foundation Victor Quintanilla, Indiana University Primary Keyword: New Legal Realism Because of Race: Considerations Beyond the Explicit/ Implicit Bias Divide Destiny Peery, Northwestern University School Cognitive Cleansing: Experimental Psychology and the Exclusionary Rule Avani Sood, University of California, Berkeley, School of Psychology and Tort Jennifer Robbennolt, University of Illinois College of Valerie Hans, Cornell School The Immigrant Labeling Project: Antecedents and Consequences of Labeling for Stereotyping and Prejudice Mary Murphy, Indiana University Victor Quintanilla, Indiana University Julian Rucker, Northwestern University Part 1: Dignity Takings & Dignity Restoration: New Socio-Legal Contributions to the Constitutional Takings Literature Cascade 1B Chair(s): Bernadette Atuahene, Chicago-Kent College of Alexandre (Sandy) Kedar, School, University of Haifa 6

7 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Thursday Primary Keyword: Democracy, Governance and State Theory; Transitions to Democracy and Revolutions Dignity Taking And The Restitution Of Property Rights In The Netherlands And In France After WW-II Wouter Veraat, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Dignity Takings in Iraqi Kurdistan Craig Albert, Georgia Regents University Dignity Takings in South Africa Bernadette Atuahene, Chicago-Kent College of Resisting Dignity Takings in China Eva Pils, King s College London Chair(s): Andrew Gold, DePaul University College of Evan Fox-Decent, McGill University Faculty of Primary Keyword: Constitutional and Constitutionalism Fiduciary Voters? D. Theodore Rave, University of Houston Center Legal Republicanism and Fiduciary Duty Evan Criddle, William & Mary School The Public Trust as a Political Question Seth Davis, University of California, Irvine School of Protecting the Rights of Persons With Disability in the Global South: Leaning unto a Crumbling Tower? Roundtable Session Baker Chair(s): Egbewole Abdulwahab Olasupo, University of Ilorin, Nigeria Partic: Onuora-Oguno Azubike Chinwuba, Faculty of, University of Ilorin Mohammed Enesi Etudaiye, University of Abuja Mariam Abdulraheem-Mustapha, Faculty of, University of ilorin Nchumaumeh ChumaUmeh, Imo State University Etudaiye Muhtar, Faculty of, University of Ilorin The panel seeks to examine the promise of the law in the Global South as it pertains to the rights of persons living with disability. Scheduled presentations will examine the impact of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on persons living with disability; the protection of persons living with Albinism as promised under the Convention on Rights of Persons with Disability and-the education scheme of persons with disabilities will also be examined. Final the panel will investigate a globalized concept of legal education as a means of ensuring that the pathos of the law is achieved in the global south. The panel will be organised in a round-table format with a robust question and answer session that is expected to elicit information on the experiences from the Global North and what lessons the Global South can garner in ensuring that the pathos of the law is realised. Primary Keyword: Disabilities and Public Fiduciary Puget Sound What Government Officials Can and Should Learn from Corporate Donna Nagy, Indiana University Maurer School of Race,, and Radical Visions of Civil Rights CRN: 44 Denny Chair(s): Dorothy Roberts, University of Pennsylvania Michael McCann, University of Washington Primary Keyword: Critical Race Research Cities of Refuge: Booker T. Washington s Turn to the Courts Desmond Jagmohan, Princeton University Colonialism and Constitutional Memory Aziz Rana, Cornell School Radical Philanthropy and Civil Rights Before Brown v. Board Megan Francis, University of Washington The World is on Our Side: The U.S. Origins of the U.N. Race Convention H. Timothy Lovelace, Jr., Indiana University Maurer School of Rule of and the Informal Economy Elliott Bay Anteroom Chair/ Ana Maria Vargas, Lund University 7

8 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Primary Keyword: Regulation & Governance Chair(s): Malcolm Langford, University of Oslo In Between the : Street Vending Activities and the Regulation of the Public Space Rodrigo Meneses, CIDE Informal Activity in the IP-Intensive Sector of Colombia Kevin Fandl, Temple University Legal Institutional Changes in Post-Communist Central Asia : Taking Informal and Local Context Seriously Naoko Kuwahara, Fukuyama City University Self-Regulation in the Streets: Understanding Informal Social Control Among Rickshaw Drivers in Bogotá Ana Maria Vargas, Lund University Adrian Jjuuko, Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum Bruce Wilson, UCF Primary Keyword: Gender and Sexuality Complementarity and Mismatches in Recent Latin American Conversations on Abortion and Human Rights Paola Bergallo, Universidad de Palermo Conceptualizing Sexual and Reproductive Rights fare Siri Gloppen, University of Bergen/CMI - Centre on & Social Transformation Thursday Separate Spheres? Church, State, Market, and Family CRN: 7 Westlake Boardroom Chair/ Jessica Clarke, University of Minnesota Primary Keyword: Feminist Jurisprudence Religious and Women s Human Rights: Reflections upon the African Human Rights System Julia Ernst, University of North Dakota School of Satanists, Scott Walker & Contraception: A Partial Account of Hobby Lobby s Implications for State Kara Loewentheil, Columbia School The Family Corporation Elizabeth Sepper, Washington University School of The Hyperregulatory and the Submerged State: Exploring Structural Inequalities Wendy Bach, University of TN College of Toward Buffered Spheres: Feminism, the Market, and the Contemporary American Family Maxine Eichner, UNC School of Sexual and Reproductive Rights fare Comparative and Transnational Perspectives CRN: 21 Mercer Mobilization for Judicial Reform: The Case of Abortion Litigation in Colombia Isabel C Jaramillo Sierra, Universidad de los Andes Ana Cristina González Velez, Center for and Social Transformation The Impacts of Pursuing Gender Crimes Before the Special Court for Sierra Leone Sharanjeet Parmar, Centre on & Social Transformation Social Justice and Access to Justice Elliott Bay Reception Chair/ Luiza Berlini Dornas Ribeiro, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Primary Keyword: Access to Justice A New Societal Self-Defense Theory of Punishment The Rights-Protection Theory Hsin-wen Lee, City University of Hong Kong Legal Aid Collaboration with Low-Income Client Communities: What Neoliberal Poverty Policy and Funding Pressures Look Like on the Ground Andrew Schoeneman, Virginia Commonwealth University The Political Defence in the Age of Neo-Liberalism Simon Behrman, University of East Anglia The Justice in Numbers and a Prospective Point of View Luiza Berlini Dornas Ribeiro 8

9 Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Thursday Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Adriana Goulart De Sena Orsini, Universidade Federal De Minas Gerais Tax Session 1: History and Fiscal Policy CRN: 31, 44 Vashon 2 Chair/ Darien Shanske, UC Davis School of What Bones Won t Tell: Skeletal Aging and Criminal Responsibility Binyamin Blum, Hebrew University Transnational Processes in the Global North and the Global South Pike Chair/ Shane Day, University of New Mexico Primary Keyword: Taxation Behavioral Public Finance and a US VAT? A Comparative Fiscal History of Value-Added Taxes Ajay Mehrotra, Indiana University Maurer School of Creating the Untaxed Other: Lines of Exclusion in Post-Brown Public Education Camille Walsh, University of Washington Bothell Robert Rubin, the Treasury Department, and Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 Joseph Thorndike, Tax Analysts U.S. Tax Imperialism in Puerto Rico Diane Lourdes Dick, Seattle University School of The Promise and Pathos of British Colonial Legalities CRN: 15 Dlx Suite Parlor 4 Chair(s): Elizabeth Kolsky, Villanova University Nurfadzilah Yahaya, Washington University in St. Louis Primary Keyword: British colonialism The Political Cases of D.N Pritt: The Radical Left and Civil Liberties in Asia and Africa Rohit De, Yale University The Economic Emergency and the Creation of the Security Threat in India, Israel and Ghana Yael Berda, Harvard University The Politics of Constitutional Rights Diffusion: Insights from the South African and Polish Constitution Making Processes Solongo Wandan, University of Oklahoma Primary Keyword: Transnational Legal Orders, International and Regional Institutions Contemporary Legal Thought and the Failures of the New International Economic Order Umut Özsu, University of Manitoba Emergence of Global Legal Culture: Inevitable Outcome of Transnational Legal Processes Lasha Bregvadze, Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Legal Transplants in the Presence of Power Asymmetries: The Case of Petroleum Fiscal Systems Nicole Weygandt, Cornell University The Inadequacy of the Legal System in Justice Delivery Rokhsana Khondker, Bangladesh Supreme Court & Khan Foundation Nausheen Khan, Lund University The Two-Way Path of the and its Promises: Towards a Glocal Jurisprudence Imer Flores, UNAM Thursday May 28 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. A Critical Look at How American Universities Handle Sexual Assault Elliott Bay Reception Chair/ Donna Coker, University of Miami School of Chrysanthi Leon, University of Delaware Primary Keyword: Crime and Victims Blow Me for an A?: Sexual Harassment, Whistleblowing and Policy Change Chrysanthi Leon, University of Delaware 9

10 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Campus Rape: A Procedural Perspective Tamara Lave, University of Miami Campus Sexual Assault, Differences, and Intersectional Activism Deborah Weissman, University of North Carolina School of Concealing Campus Sexual Assault: An Empirical Examination of Clery Act Data Corey Yung, University of Kansas School of Primary Keyword: Health and Medicine Big in Latin America and Beyond Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 1 Fcltr: Manuel Gomez, Florida International University College of Primary Keyword: Legal Profession Thursday AMR: Kara Swanson - Banking on the Body: The Market in Blood, Milk and Sperm in Modern America CRN: 7, 29, 44 Author Meets Reader (AMR) Session Auth: Fifth Avenue Kara Swanson, Northeastern University School of Chair(s): Kara Swanson, Northeastern University School of Reader: William Gallagher, Golden Gate University School of Michele Goodwin, University of California - Irvine School of Jody Madeira, Indiana University Maurer School of Lisa Milot, University of Georgia School of Mary Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania Kimberly Mutcherson, Rutgers University School of -Camden Regulating markets in body products, from gametes to organs, is a pressing policy concern in the 21st century. Such laws raise important questions of transnational justice, healthcare financing, and selfhood. Adding to recent scholarship about biobanks and markets in sociology, anthropology, economics and legal scholarship, Banking on the Body: The Market in Blood, Sperm and Milk in Modern America (Harvard University Press, 2014) provides a historical perspective by tracing the origins of the first body products, human breast milk, blood, and sperm in law, medicine and society. Grounded in primary source research and focusing on the 20th century United States, the book examines the doctors, patients, and litigants who taught Americans to think about their bodies as a source of medical technologies, who bought and sold body parts, and who eventually developed the gift of life approach that dominates the law of body product exchange today. Informed by commodification scholarship and property theory, and attentive to the issues of gender, race and class that have shaped body product exchange, the book argues that the metaphor of the bank with its equation of body products and money profoundly influenced this history in unanticipated and harmful ways, contributing to current injustices in body product allocation. Big in Colombia Everaldo Lamprea, Los Andes School Big yers and Political Context in Venezuela Rogelio Perez-Perdomo, Stanford University School Choppy Waters: The Evolution of the Market for International Firms Deborah Hensler, Stanford School Comparing Water Management Regimes Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 2 Primary Keyword: Environment and Energy Irrigating in Lakeland: Devolved and Polycentric Water Use Regulation in Michigan Stephen Gasteyer, Michigan State University Reforming Alabama Water Heather Elliott, University of Alabama School of Rights sans Stilt : Human Right to Water and Ground Water Governance in India. Sanghamitra Padhy, Ramapo College Condition, Evidence and Blame Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 3 Fcltr: Anna Kirkland, University of Michigan Primary Keyword: Bioethics, Biotechnology Medical Evidence, Risk, and HIV in the Canadian Courts Three Years after Mabior Soren Frederiksen, York University School of Public Policy and Administration 10

11 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday Mindfulness and Neurolaw: Towards a Social Neuroethics of Compassion Gavin Anderson, University of Glasgow Connections Through Legal Education Puget Sound Primary Keyword: Legal Profession Modalities of Power and Control: Perceptions of Chinese Juridical Practice Ni He, Northeastern University Social Inequality, Negative Legal Experiences, and Confidence in the Emily Taylor Poppe, Cornell University Erin York Cornwell, Cornell University What Makes the Rule of Work? Insights from New Research on Public Opinion and Courts in Chile Lisa Hilbink, University of Minnesota Katrina Heimark, University of Minnesota Courts, Communicating, Judgments, and the Media CRN: 45 Roundtable Session Stuart Strengthening Social Justice in Hong Kong through Fostering Public Interested yers Amy Barrow, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Joy Chia, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Switching Sides: Prosecutors Reveal Their Thoughts About Becoming Defenders Ronald Wright, Wake Forest University School Kay Levine, Emory School The University Extension as a Mechanism of Consolidation of the Social Role of Public Universities: Analysis of the Training Course in Restorative Practices in the School Environment as a Public Policy for Consensual Solution of Conflicts at Schools Adriana Goulart De Sena Orsini, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Anelice Teixeira Da Costa, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Lucas Jeronimo Silva, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Correlation Between Public Opinion and : Contemporary Issues CRN: 6 Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 4 Fcltr: Kristina Galstyan, Yerevan State University Primary Keyword: Public Opinion & Courts Legal Framing of Facts and the War on International : Experimental Data on the Impact of on Public Opinion Shiri Krebs, Stanford Chair(s): Richard Cornes, Essex University Partic: Claire de Than, City University, London, School of and Institute of, Jersey James Lambert, Jersey Court Service David Marrani, Institute of Courts work in an increasingly crowded public sphere where traditional methods of communicating are competing with blogs, social media and other new technologies. They no longer rely solely on the hard copy law reports to communicate the outcomes of cases. And as to their role generally they can no longer necessarily look to specialist legal reporters to explain their functions, how they work, and how their judges are appointed. In the cacophony of the modern media market they must innovate to get clear and accurate messages out. Those innovations have included setting up dedicated communications operations, the use of websites and social media such as twitter, and the use of their justices as public ambassadors, giving interviews and being filmed for documentaries about their lives on and off the bench. While no court would want to be caught spinning lines, a familiar function of executive agencies communications operations, they must now be prepared to interact with the media. Further, in addition to speaking, courts also listen, using the media to take information in which may then play some role in their work. This roundtable will examine these themes from comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives, with participants from both academic and practitioner backgrounds. Primary Keyword: Popular Culture, Media, Finance, and The Arts Cruise Control: Exploring the Intersections of Automobility and Orcas 11

12 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Chair/ Keith Guzik, University of Colorado Denver Primary Keyword: Technology Automobility, Surveillance, and Police (In)Visibility: Surveying Access to Automated License Plate Recognition Databases in the United States Bryce Newell, University of Washington Autonomous Vehicles: Driving into the Unknown Jeffrey Gurney, Unaffiliated Beating the Box: Resistance to Surveillance in the U.S. Trucking Industry Karen Levy, New York University Development, Aid, and s Pathos Cascade 1A Chair(s): Sarah Dadush, Rutgers School of, Newark Matthew Canfield, New York University, Department of Anthropology Primary Keyword: Global Economy and From Paternalism to Partnership: The Development of the Trade Capacity in China Henry Gao, smu/shift Thursday Of Lenses and Glue: Reflections on the State Surveillance of Automobiles in Mexico and Beyond Keith Guzik, University of Colorado Denver Debates about Human Rights Organizations and Agents Blakely Chair(s): Amal Ali, The University of Sheffield Paola Bergallo, Universidad de Palermo Primary Keyword: Human Rights Forty Years and Still Fighting: The Continuing (and Surprising) Resilience of Opposition to Abortion Gerald Rosenberg, University of Chicago s Promise and Pathos in the Field International Human Rights in Humanitarian Intervention Elizabeth Bruch, University of Washington Tacoma Now You See Them, Now You Don t: the Biopolitics of, Human Rights and Human Trafficking in the United Kingdom Kiril Sharapov, University of Bedfordshire Reversing Identity and Human Rights: The Case of Palestinian yers in Israeli Human Rights Organizations Irit Ballas, Tel Aviv University The Economic and Political Influence of Private Foundations and Trade Unions on the European Courts Case- Brice Champetier, University of Strasbourg Hélène Michel, University of Strasbourg Gaëtan Cliquennois, CNRS SAGE (Strasbourg) On the Promise and Disappointment of Economic Development: CSR and the MNC Ciara Hackett, Queen s University Belfast Pathways of International Legal Authority: Linked Legitimacy Markets, the WTO Appellate Body, and Transformations of National Sovereignty Joseph Conti, University of Wisconsin, Madison The World Trade Organization and India: State Transformation and the Role and Relative Rise of yers Aseema Sinha, Claremont McKenna College James Nedumpara, JIndal law School Gregory Shaffer, University of California Irvine Discretion and Decision-Making: New Perspectives on Confinement and Parole in California Cascade 1B Chair(s): Tobias Smith, University of California, Berkeley Robert Werth, Rice University Primary Keyword: Punishment and Social Control Categorical Restrictions: Exempting the Mentally Ill from California s Extreme Conditions of Confinement Natalie A. Pifer, University of California, Irvine Defending Your Life: An Analysis of California Lifer Parole Transcripts Hannah Laqueur, UC Berkeley Ryan Copus, Jurisprudence and Social Policy, UC Berkeley 12

13 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday Jails as 21st Century Penal Sites in a (Potential) Era of Prison Downsizing Anjuli Verma, University of California, Irvine Proposition 89 Reconsidered: Governors and Parole Authority in California Tobias Smith, University of California, Berkeley Engaging Undergraduates in and Society Research Service Panel Cascade 2 Judges as Court Administrators in Brazil. Roberto Fragale Filho, Universidade Federal Fluminense Rafaela Moreira, Universidade Federal Fluminense Ana Paula Sciammarella, Universidade Federal Global Legal Norms and Local Contexts Cascade 1C Chair/ Chris Kendall, University of Puget Sound Chair/ Renee Cramer, Drake University Partic: Renee Dinsmore, University of Kansas Danielle Rudes, George Mason University Parker Stinski, Drake University Mikhala Stutzman, Drake University Justine Tinkler, University of Georgia Monica Williams, Weber State University Attendees of this roundtable will engage with us in a dialogue about the various ways undergraduates can be involved in law and society research - from more traditional undergraduate research assistantships on faculty-led projects, to innovative and cutting-edge student-led research initiatives. The roundtable gathers faculty and undergraduates from a range of institutional settings, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of this fulfilling work. Primary Keyword: Teaching and Society Gender and Judging Denny Chair/ Ruth Cowan, Ralph Bunche Institute Primary Keyword: Gender and Judging Experiences of Work and Family in the Australian Judiciary Sharyn Roach Anleu, Flinders University Kathy Mack, School, Flinders University The Dimensions of Difference: Lady Hale s Judgments in the UK Supreme Court Rosemary Hunter, Queen Mary University of London Erika Rackley, University of Birmingham The Women s Legal Landmarks Project, UK and Ireland Rosemary Auchmuty, University of Reading When Seniority Breaks Up the Glass Ceiling: Women Primary Keyword: Social Theory and At the Margins of the World Polity: Disconnect between Globalized s and Local Values Louisa Roberts, Ohio State University Getting Personal with International Tamar Megiddo, New York University School of New Regulations on Women in Turkey Necla Ozturk, Akdeniz University, School of Bilgin Tiryakioglu, Bilkent University The International Legal Transplant of Labor and Employment : The, the Society and the Agency Bo-Shone Fu, University of Wisconsin Madison When Interest and Opportunity Meet: The Effect of Domestic Judicial Support Networks and European Integration William Myers, University of Tampa Emily Buti, University of Tampa International Environmental and the North-South Divide: History and Future Directions CRN: 23 Olympic Chair/ Carmen Gonzalez, Seattle University School of Primary Keyword: Environment and Energy Project Finance and Green Energy Shalanda Baker, University of Hawaii Richardson School of South of South: Examining the International Climate Regime from an Indigenous Perspective Elizabeth Kronk Warner, University of Kansas 13

14 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. The Significance of International Environmental Principles in Reinforcing or Dismantling the North- South Divide Sumudu Atapattu, University of Wisconsin School The Stockholm Conference and the Creation of the South-North Divide in International Environmental and Policy Karin Mickelson, University of British Columbia Faculty of Unsustainable Development Ruth Gordon, Villanova University School of Judging Parties Without yers CRN: 43 Latinos, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System CRN: 12 Whidbey Primary Keyword: Race, Ethnicity Legacy Community School, Wraparound Incarceration and the New Face of Alternative Education Jerry Flores, University of Washington-Tacoma Lost in Translation: Latinos and Community Policing Amada Armenta, University of Pennsylvania Luis Daniel Gascón, University of San Francisco Department of Sociology Thursday Westlake Boardroom Chair(s): Tania Sourdin, Monash University Nicole Aylwin, Osgoode Hall School/Canadian Forum on Civil Justice Primary Keyword: Judges and Judging Approaches to Support Self Represented Litigants with High Conflict Behaviours Tania Sourdin, Monash University Bonding Out: Judicial Decision-Making in Immigration Bond Hearings Emily Ryo, USC Gould School of Caitlin Patler, UC Irvine Criminal Court Judges Views of Required, Permissible, and Impermissible Form of Assistance to Pro Se Defendants Jona Goldschmidt, Loyola University Chicago - Dept of Criminal Justice and Criminology Bonnie Gray, Scottsdale Community College Without yers?: Judges and Justice System Design in the Twenty-First Century Archie Zariski, Athabasca University The Basis of Public Trust in the Courts Tom Tyler, Yale School The Double-Edged Sword of JDR in Inefficient Judiciary in South Korea Younghoa Jung, School of, Chonbuk National University Racialized Gangs: Colorblindness, Risk, and Social Control Marisa Omori, University of Miami Luis Daniel Gascón, University of San Francisco Department of Sociology Darin Haerle, California State University, Chico Cheryl Maxson, University of California, Irvine The Latino Experience of Racialized Justice in Criminal Courts Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve, Temple University and Revolution: The Arab Spring and Beyond Dlx Suite Parlor 2 Chair(s): Yaniv Roznai, NYU Stacy Douglas, Carleton University Primary Keyword: Democracy, Governance and State Theory; Transitions to Democracy and Revolutions Global, International Organizations and Domestic yers: Lessons from the Turkish Uprising Kerem Gulay, Cornell School The Tale of Post-Arab Spring in Egypt: The Struggle of Civil Society Against a Janus-Faced State Mohamed Arafa, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Arnaud Kurze, Montclair State University Tunisia s Post-Jasmine Revolution Legacy: The Clash of Human Rights Activism and the Rule of Arnaud Kurze, Montclair State University Gabriel Rubin, Montclair State University 14

15 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday s Promise for Disability Rights: Rethinking Justice, Equality, and Social Movements CRN: 40 Dlx Suite Parlor 1 Chair(s): Katharina Heyer, University of Hawai i Ani B. Satz, Emory University School of Primary Keyword: Disabilities and Immigration and Disability Under United States Mark Weber, DePaul University College of Prenatal Testing and Disability Rights: Challenging Genetic Genocide (A Paper Honoring Adrienne Asch, ) Katharina Heyer, University of Hawai i Fcltr: Nancy Mullane, Life of the Get tips on best practices for reaching out to media to get your scholarship in the news. Then meet one-on-one with professional journalists and producers from Life of the. Come prepared to pitch your exciting scholarship for a possible story and they ll be ready to listen and provide individual feedback. Participating LOTL Producers and Editors include: Kaitlin Prest, Senior Producer Casey Miner, Editor and Producer Ann Heppermann, Editor and Producer Ashley Cleek, Producer Michael May, Producer New Developments in & Psychological Science - Part 2 Vashon 1 Rethinking the History of Disability Rights Felicia Kornbluh, University of Vermont Legal Change in Muslim Legal Systems: Capitalism, Colonialism, Reform CRN: 30 Dlx Suite Parlor 5 Chair(s): Michael Gilsenan, New York University Turan Kayaoglu, University of Washington Tacoma Primary Keyword: Islamic and Society Islamic and the Struggle for Justice in Somalia Mark Fathi Massoud, University of California, Santa Cruz Negotiation of Islamic in a Capitalist Context: The Case of Land Reforms in Modern Iran Maliheh Zare, NYU School of The Islamic Legal Order: The Legal, Economic and Institutional Context Khurram Raja, Zayed University Life of the - Pitching Scholarship to Media (A Workshop) Public Outreach Session St. Helens Chair(s): Cheryl Kaiser, University of Washington Victor Quintanilla, Indiana University Primary Keyword: New Legal Realism Biasing Access to Justice: A Social Psychological Investigation of the Pro Se Signaling Effect Victor Quintanilla, Indiana University Rachel Allen, Indiana University Edward Hirt, Indiana University, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Organizational Diversity Initiatives Shape Perceptions of Employment Discrimination: Implications for High and Low Status Targets of Discrimination Cheryl Kaiser, University of Washington Tessa Dover, UC Santa Barbara Brenda Major, UC Santa Barbara Victor Quintanilla, Indiana University The Role of Character in Legal Blame and Punishment Janice Nadler, American Bar Foundation & Northwestern School Why Try? Stereotype Threat Diminishes Previously Incarcerated Black Men s Attitudes and Motivation Toward Education Evelyn Carter, Indiana University, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Kathy Emerson, Indiana University, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Mary Murphy, Indiana University 15

16 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Old and New Agents in the Judicial Process Adams Chair(s): Erin York Cornwell, Cornell University Andrew Woods, Univ. of Kentucky College of Primary Keyword: Courts And Trials Prosecutorial Discretion and Decision Making in Sexual Assault Cases Megan Kennedy, SUNY - Albany The Civil Jury in American Political Life Anne Bloom, Loyola School The Institute of Expropriation and the Right to Urban Housing: An Instrument of Public Housing Policies in Brazil Danielle Zoega Rosim, University of São Paulo School, Ribeirão Preto (FDRP) Luciano de Camargo Penteado, University of São Paulo School, Ribeirão Preto (FDRP) Regulation and the Institutions of the Rule of Elliott Bay Anteroom Chair/ Myriam Senn, University of St.Gallen Primary Keyword: Regulation & Governance Designing Accountability: Variations among State and Local Offices of Inspectors General Robin Kempf, John Jay College of Criminal Justice s Promise and s Pathos in the Independent Commission Against Corruption of New South Wales, Australia Neil Andrews, College of and Justice, Victoria University Lobbying and the Petition Clause Maggie McKinley, Harvard School The Politicization of Anti-Corruption in Democracies Elizabeth Chrun, University of Washington Thursday Why the Haves Come Out Ahead in Brazil: Revisiting Galanter s Speculations on Brazilian Grounds Susana Costa, University of Sao Paulo Maria Cecília de Araujo Asperti, Universidade de São Paulo / DIREITO GV Daniela Gabbay, FGV Direito SP Pop Culture, Technology and Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 6 Fcltr: Rebecca Johnson, University of Victoria, Faculty of Primary Keyword: Popular Culture, Media, Finance, and The Arts Cultural Policy vs. Technological Innovation: Over-thetop Television and the Challenge of Maintaining Canada s Cultural Fabric Marilyn Terzic, Université du Québec à Montréal Justice,, and All That Jazz: An Analysis of s Reach into Musical Theatre Amy Oldenquist, University of New Hampshire Don t Believe Everything You Are Foretold: Destabilizing Contemporary Constitutional Discourse Through Buffy the Vampire Slayer Chelsea Moore, University of Washington Religious, State, and Culture in Comparative Perspective Dlx Suite Parlor 3 Chair(s): Edward Rubin, Vanderbilt Timothy Lytton, Albany School Primary Keyword: Religion and s Promise or s Pathos? Partitioning the Preferred Profane from the Perilous Pious: Using Get Refusal to Explore Legal Pluralism Yael Machtinger, York University The and Culture of Homosexuality in Judaism Roberta Kwall, DePaul University College of The legal structure of ecclesiastical polity Victor M. Muniz-Fraticelli, McGill University Situating Legal Consciousness: The Common Place of in Everyday Meaning-Making in Transitional China Pine 16

17 Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Thursday Chair/ Frank Munger, New York School Primary Keyword: Lay Participation Public Solutions to Private Problems: Legal Mobilization for Conflict Resolution in Transitional China Wenjie Liao, University of Minnesota Temporary title Kate Kaup, Furman University Ausher Kofsky, Western New England University, College of Business Less to Get More: Masking Information Source Within The IRS Karie Davis-Nozemack, Georgia Tech Making the Internal Revenue Service Work Jonathan Forman, University of Oklahoma College of Roberta Mann, University of Oregon School of The suit No. 1 Strategy: A Study on the NGOdominated Anti-discrimination Litigations in Contemporary China Dong Dong, Hong Kong Baptist University Walk the : A Negotiated Legal Consciousness of Intellectual Property Rights in Two Chinese Markets Lillian Hsiao-Ling Su, University of Wisconsin-Madison Survivors of Human Trafficking Salon Session Grand 3 - Table 5 Fcltr: Stephen Cody, Human Rights Center - Berkeley Primary Keyword: Human Rights Care and Control: NGO Attitudes Toward Shifts in Child Welfare Policy Affecting Care for Survivors of Human Trafficking in Cambodia Tania DoCarmo, University of California, Irvine More Than a Means To an End: Advocating for a Survivor-Centered Approach to Human Trafficking Sabrina Balgamwalla, University of North Dakota School of Tax Session 2: The Treasury, the IRS, and Problems of Tax Administration CRN: 31 Vashon 2 Chair/ Samuel Brunson, Loyola University Chicago School of Primary Keyword: Taxation Because Forever is Too Long: Congress Should Limit the Time for the Commissioner to Assess a Tax Related to fraud or to a Non-filed Return Peeling Back the Layers: Oversight of Tax Administration in the United States Danshera Cords, Albany School The Return of the Medical Model? The Explosion of Healthcare Spending in U.S. Prisons and Jails CRN: 9, 27 Roundtable Session Grand Crescent Chair(s): Armando Lara-Millan, UC Berkeley Benjamin Fleury-Steiner, University of Delaware Partic: Armando Lara-Millan, UC Berkeley Allison McKim, Bard College Jonathan Simon, University of California-Berkeley Chris Uggen, University of Minnesota Between 2001 and 2008, across 42 U.S. states, median healthcare spending in prisons and jails grew by nearly 50%. In 10 states, health expenditures grew by 90% or more. Since 2009, spending growth slowed to 10%. Several precipitating factors are currently being debated, including an aging prison population and legal rulings mandating prison healthcare. The esteemed panel will discuss the significance of this spending growth and what it tells us more generally about mass imprisonment. Among many issues, the panel will discuss a possible return of the medical model that once predominated American correctional systems from World War II until the 1970s; its actual impact on inmate health outcomes; its relationship to the private sector; its relationship to the law and legal change; its relationship to prison and jail overcrowding; and, among many others, the historical role of medical expertise in U.S. punishment systems. Primary Keyword: Punishment and Social Control The Specificity of (International) (Criminal) as an Answer to Drama- (Why) Is law What Ought to be Done? Roundtable Session 17

18 Thursday 12:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Baker Initiative Fellow Ioannis Kalpouzos, The City School - City University Partic: Diane Bernard, Université Saint-Louis - Brussels Sara Dezalay, Goethe University Marie-Laurence Hébert-Dolbec, Centre d études sur le droit international et la mondialisation Itamar Mann, Georgetown Center Patricia Naftali, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Jamie Rowen, University of Toronto Damien Scalia, Université catholique de Louvain Common Template, Diverse Agendas: The Futility (and Danger) of Legislating for the World Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University Who Gets Policed? Profiling and Discretion in Policing Dlx Suite Parlor 4 Chair/ Sarah Brayne, Princeton University Thursday, and criminal law in particular, seems to be perceived as the best, unavoidable, and automatic reaction to mass atrocities, at a collective and institutional level. In a broad sense (including treaties, trials, and their alternatives), law officially appears as a necessary answer to offense, while its impact might be at variance with such a presupposition. Several questions will be discussed. Does criminal law always retain priority among other reactions to mass violence? Do criminal trials and their alternatives differ by their effects only, or by their goals or functions as well? Is penal rationality allegedly or truly dominant i.e. are alternatives truly alternative? Are law and violence (un)necessarily coordinated? Primary Keyword: Punishment and Social Control UNSCR 2178 (2014): Foreign Fighters, Global Counterterrorism and Human Rights CRN: 2 Pike Gavin Sullivan, University of Amsterdam Chair/ Ramzi Kassem, CUNY School of Primary Keyword: War and including Security and Terrorism Citizenship and the Privilege to Have Rights: A Comparison Audrey Macklin, university of toronto Should They Stay or Should They Go? Conflicts in Approaches to Suspected Terrorists Arising from Citizenship Stripping/Deportation versus UN Security Council Resolution 2178 Maureen Duffy, University of Calgary Suspicious Travelers: The Right to Legal Identity and Freedom of Movement in an Age of Global Counterterrorism Bettina Scholdan, Columbia School Social Justice Primary Keyword: Policing and Punishment, Social Control Mano Suave, Mano Dura: Policing the Latino Gang Crisis Samuel Prieto, University of San Diego Victor Rios, University of California, Santa Barbara State Purpose and the Fourth Amendment Nirej Sekhon, Georgia State University College of Voices Unheard: The Gendered Aspect of Racial Profiling Andrea Anderson, Osgoode Hall School Thursday, May 28 12:45 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. AMR: Gregoire Mallard - Fallout: Nuclear Diplomacy in an Age of Global Fracture Author Meets Reader (AMR) Session Auth: Fifth Avenue Gregoire Mallard, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Chair(s): Gregory Shaffer, University of California Irvine Reader: Bryant Garth, University of California Irvine Ian Hurd, Northwestern University Patrick Roberts, Virginia Tech Ronen Shamir, Tel Aviv University The idea that international law holds great emancipatory promises for the developing world is a hotly contested argument. The case of treaties, conventions and international organizations that constitute the transnational legal field of nuclear nonproliferation is a case in point. On the one hand, the establishment of a strongly legalized regime centered around the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has been hailed as an exceptional accomplishment for international law. Indeed, its creation and 18

19 Thursday 12:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Thursday reform created a secure environment that helped developing nations benefit from technological transfers from more advanced states. On the other hand, some non-aligned nations like India and Pakistan have consistently criticized the regime for including many double (if not triple) standards, which, overall, only crystalized the world s inequalities of development into a global nuclear apartheid. This Author-Meets-Reader session will directly speak to the theme of the conference by focusing on the case of international law development in the field of nuclear nonproliferation. The book under scrutiny focuses on the role of Western (as well as some non-western) diplomats, statesmen, and specialists of international law in successive waves of negotiation of nuclear nonproliferation legal arrangements from the mid-1940s to the most recent era. It brings a fresh law and society perspective to a field traditionally left to international security and international relations (IR) studies. At the same time, it also provides new sociological theoretical insights on cycles of transnational law reform that can help law and society students explain processes of regime harmonization, which result in the elimination of double standards and legal inequalities. It does so by engaging in a constructive dialogue between various field theoretic traditions, thereby highlighting how the interplay of domestic and international legal processes, inter-generational and jurisdictional conflicts, forms of cultural capital and constructed ignorance, combine to influence cycles of transnational legal reform. In addition, the analysis of the nuclear nonproliferation regime presents a particularly interesting case for the study of transnational legal ordering. Past law and society scholars have analyzed how legal change in general, and regime harmonization in particular, can be affected by many factors including whether legal rules are transparent or ambiguous. Compared with other fields, nuclear nonproliferation presents a new angle, as in order to make sense of nuclear arrangements, nonproliferation exerts and policymakers often privileged another set of practices which form what the author calls opacity (rather than ambiguity or transparency). Hence, the book examines the question of how treaty harmonization can take place when legal commitments remain opaque. This theoretical insight can be of great interest to many law and society scholars who may find other cases of opaque legal arrangements in other fields of international law (trade and development, human rights and humanitarianism, etc.). Primary Keyword: Transnational Legal Orders, International and Regional Institutions Children s Rights and Best Interests CRN: 7 This panel, part of the Feminist Legal Theory CRN, will discuss a broad array of topics related to children s rights. Paper presentations will include discussion of teenagers health care decisions, early childhood development law, the case of Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, parental rights, and cross border surrogacy. Primary Keyword: Family and Youth Gender, Race, and Ideal Parenthood in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl Kim Pearson, Gonzaga University School of Addie Rolnick, UNLV Williams S. Boyd School of Parental Status from Property Rights to Fundamental Rights Bela August Walker, Roger William University School of Teens Health Care Decisions: Competence and Policy Leslie Harris, University of Oregon School of Treating Cross Border Surrogacy Like Intercountry Adoption: A Best Interests Proposal Seema Mohapatra, Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Corporate Governance Around the World: From Legal Transplant to Market Inequalities St. Helens Chair(s): Jordan Barry, University of San Diego Vivienne Bath, Sydney School, China Studies Centre, University of Sydney Primary Keyword: Corporate and Securities Restructuring Corporate : The Role of the Worker Grant Hayden, Hofstra University School of Matthew Bodie, St. Louis University School of The Business Judgment Rule from a Comparative Perspective I Tzu Su, National Chung Hsing University Department Sahmon Torabi, Dergosits & Noah LLP Denny Chair/ Maya Manian, University of San Francisco School of The Case for Consumer Oriented Corporate Governance Shlomit Azgad-Tromer, Tel Aviv University 19

20 Thursday 12:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. The Protection Of Minority Shareholders In the Sale of Controlling Blocks In Kuwait Abdulwahab Sadeq, Georgetown University Center What You Don t Know, Can Hurt You: How the Confluence of Finance and Technology Have Combined to Create Stunning Marketplace Inequities and What the Can Do to Reverse Them Bryant Eng, Temple University James E. Beasley School of Corporate yers as Gatekeepers of Legality Dlx Suite Parlor 4 Chair/ Tanina Rostain, Georgetown Primary Keyword: Legal Profession terrorism and anti-terrorism shift in meaning over time and from place to place. In order to facilitate exchange each contributor is asked to provide other members of the Roundtable with either a short (2-3 page summary) of their work and perspectives or up to 2,500 words of published or inprogress representative scholarship. allowing oral remarks to be directed to engaging with others on the panel as well as advancing your own research perspective. Short initial presentations in order to permit full engagement in the discussion to follow. Primary Keyword: War and including Security and Terrorism Disability Rights as Human Rights: The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRN: 40 Thursday Intervention Unnecessary: Bar Associations Picking Sides in Regulatory Actions Matthew Krell, University of Alabama The Limits of yers: The Potential for Corporate yers to Influence Corporate Decision Making Steven Vaughan, Birmingham School The Regulation and Reality of yers as Corporate Gatekeepers Suzanne Le Mire, University of Adelaide The Role of The General Counsel and Legal Department in Negotiating Corporate Social Responsibilities: Empirical Analysis at Pfizer Inc. Paola Cecchi Dimeglio, Harvard School Counter-Terrorism Shifting Focus: From Domestic Militias to Al Qaeda, ISIS... Roundtable Session Puget Sound Chair(s): Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University Maureen Duffy, University of Calgary Wadie Said, University of South Carolina School of Partic: Robert Diab, Thompson Rivers University Jamie Mayerfeld, University of Washington Cian Murphy, King s College London Counter-Terrorism Shifting Focus: from Domestic Militias to Al Qaeda, ISIS takes stock of where things stand and where it looks like things are going in several countries, appreciating that both Vashon 1 Chair(s): Sagit Mor, University of Haifa Primary Keyword: Disabilities and Mental Health s and Human Rights: Help or Hindrance? Bernadette McSherry, University of Melbourne Respect for Home and Family - Article 23 CRPD & s Promise of Access and Equality for Parents with Disabilities in the Family Justice System. Lee Ann Basser, La Trobe University The Legal Construction of (in)competent Persons Determinants of the Increased Demand for Adult Guardianship in Contemporary Welfare Capitalist States Walter Fuchs, Institute for the Sociology of and Criminology, Vienna The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: The Weak Response of the United States Michael J Churgin, University of Texas School of Economic Development and Financial Reforms in East Asia CRN: 33 Grand Crescent Chair/ Hiroshi Fukurai, University of California Santa Cruz 20

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