HEIDI M. HURD David C. Baum Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy Co-Director, Program in Law and Philosophy

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1 February 2016 HEIDI M. HURD David C. Baum Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy Co-Director, Program in Law and Philosophy University of Illinois College of Law 504 East Pennsylvania Avenue Champaign, Illinois Office: (217) Home: (217) EDUCATION Ph.D. (Philosophy) 1992 University of Southern California, School of Philosophy, Los Angeles, California Emphasis in moral and political philosophy. J.D University of Southern California Law Center, Los Angeles, California University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law, Berkeley, California (Special Status Student, 1987) M.A. (Philosophy) 1984 Dalhousie University, Department of Philosophy, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Emphasis in legal and political philosophy. B.A. (Honors) 1982 Queen s University, Departments of Philosophy and History, Kingston, Ontario, Canada Academic: EMPLOYMENT Standard Tenure-Track/Tenured/Visiting Faculty Positions David C. Baum Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, August 2002-Present Co-Director, Illinois Program in Law and Philosophy, August 2002-Present. Faculty Affiliate, Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program, August 2010-Present University of Illinois, Champaign, IL. 1

2 Visiting Professor of Ethics and Business, Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business, Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics, Forthcoming: January 2016-May Dean, University of Illinois College of Law, Champaign, IL August 2002-August (Please see attached Addendum summarizing activities and institutional Advancements during this period.) Herzog Research Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Institute for Law and Philosophy, University of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA, Professor of Law and Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania School of Law and Department of Philosophy, Philadelphia, PA, Co-Director, Institute of Law and Philosophy, , University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, Visiting Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, VA, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA, Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Iowa, Department of Philosophy, Iowa City, IA, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA, International Fellowships/Special Program Teaching Visiting Professor, Soros Foundation Seminars, Lviv, Ukraine, July 2011 A three-year program of seminars set in Ukraine, modeled after the one conducted from in Russia (see below), for legal philosophers from Russia, the Baltic States, former Soviet states, and other Eastern European nations. One-Week Seminar: Human Rights and the Limits of the Criminal Law Visiting Professor, Uganda Christian University, Kampala, Uganda July 2010 Series of Lectures in Torts and Jurisprudence. Fellow, Fleming Centre for the Advancement of Legal Research, School of Law, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 2

3 January-July 2008; January-July 2010 Visiting Professor, Soros Foundation Seminars, Russia Moscow, July 2009 St. Petersburg, July 2008 Moscow, July 2007 A three-year program of intensive seminars for lawyers and law professors from Russia, the Baltic States, and the former Soviet states. Two-week Classes Taught: The Conditions of Criminal Liability (2009) The Principled Limits of Criminal Legislation (2008) Theories of Just Punishment (2007) Visiting Professor, Law School, University of Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel, May 2005; May Classes Taught: The Just Administration of Criminal Law (2007); The Just Administration of Compensation for Accidents and Disasters (2005) Fellow, Research School of Social Sciences, Law Program, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia, January-July Faculty Member, University of Erlangen-Nurnberg Summer Program in American Studies, Erlangen, Germany, May-June 1998: A six-week intensive summer course for German law students interested in comparative American law. Classes Taught: The Law and Theory of a Torts System Fellow, Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Italy, July Faculty Lecturer, The Rule of Law Project, Lviv, Ukraine, November 1995: A program for Ukrainian law faculty and students to demonstrate how moral and legal theory can enrich the study of law and the practicalities of achieving national and international reform. Sponsored by the AALS and the Rule of Law Project in Kiev and funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. Classes Taught: The Interpretation of Legal Documents The Law and Theory of Torts System The Demands of Justice: Libertarian, Liberal, Socialist, and Communist Systems of Government Applied Ethics 3

4 Faculty Lecturer, Raising Rights Consciousness, Budapest, Hungary, Summers : A summer seminar series for Eastern European judges, lawyers, legislators, and legal academics. Sponsored by the Columbia University Center for Law and Democracy and the Budapest Foundation for Democracy After Communism and funded by the German Marshall Plan and the Ford Foundation. Classes Taught: The Law and Theory of a Torts System, 1991; Theories of the Just State, Lecturer and Seminar Leader, Federal Judicial Center, Washington, D.C., : Taught a variety of seminars and courses to federal bankruptcy, district, and circuit court judges from one-hour seminars to two-day courses on topics such as Bork, Scalia, and Thomas: Should Judges Make Value Judgments? ; Theories of Statutory Interpretation ; and The Role of Precedent in Adjudication. Student Teaching and Research Assistance: Teaching Assistant, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, CA, Fall (Assisted with first-year Criminal Law course.) Teaching Assistant, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, , Spring (Assisted with classes in History of Philosophy, Ethics, and Political Philosophy.) Legal Writing Instructor, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, CA, Fall (Legal Writing instruction affiliated with first-year Torts class.) Research Assistant for Stephen Morse on The Jurisprudence of Craziness (Oxford University Press), Legal Writing Instructor, University of Southern California Law Center, Los Angeles, CA, Student Supervisor, Post-Conviction Justice Project (Clinical Program), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, (Supervised students representing indigent inmates in post-conviction proceedings.) Student Editor and Research Assistant for David Braybrooke on Meeting Needs (Oxford University Press), Teaching Assistant, Dalhousie University, Department of Philosophy, Halifax, Nova Scotia, (Assisted in classes in social and political philosophy, philosophy of law, and business ethics.) Non-Academic: Summer Associate, Munger, Tolles & Olson, Los Angeles, CA, Summers 1987 and (Law clerk in labor law and litigation departments.) 4

5 Intern, Post-Conviction Justice Project, University of Southern California Law Center, Los Angeles, CA, Summer (Represented indigent inmates from the Terminal Island Federal Prison in post-conviction proceedings.) Director, Discovery Multicultural Association, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Summers 1984 and (Initiated and administered on-going summer settlement program staffed by 16 health, recreation, and ESL professionals and designed to facilitate the annual integration of 225 immigrant children and youth.) Director, Discovery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Summer (Initiated and administered on-going summer educational program designed to provide a forum for junior and senior high school students to discuss topics such as teenage drug abuse, adolescents and the law, child abuse, family relations, and adolescent depression and suicide. ) Economic Development Advisor, Four Nations Confederacy (Manitoba s Provincial Indian Political Association), Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Summer (Worked with Provincial Indian chiefs and elders to plan and initiate economic development strategies on provincial reservations.) Law School Courses: COURSES TAUGHT Environmental Law and Policy (standard course); Criminal Law; Torts (Physical Harms to Persons and Property); Advanced Torts (Non-Physical Harms to Persons); Ethics, Economics and the Environment (cross-listed Law and Philosophy course open to upper-level undergrads and grad students); Evidence; Global Justice (co-taught with faculty in the Illinois Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program and Department of Philosophy and cross-listed in Law, Sociology, and Philosophy); Environmental Policy Law School Seminars: Environmental Ethics (Seminar); Environmental Responsibility (Seminar); Animals and the Environment (Seminar); Criminal Law Theory (Seminar); Legal Authority and Obligation (Seminar); The Limits of State Action (Seminar); Leading Works in Legal Theory (Seminar). Philosophy Courses: Ethics, Economics and the Environment (cross-listed Philosophy and Law course); Global Justice (co-taught with faculty in the Illinois Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program and Department of Philosophy and cross-listed in Philosophy, Sociology, and Law); The Demands of Justice (cross-listed Philosophy and Law course); Justice, Law and Morality (senior undergraduate 5

6 political philosophy course); Ethics (senior undergraduate course); Legal Authority and Obligation (graduate seminar). Study-Away and Study-Abroad Courses: Big Bend National Park: An Exploration of the Value of Wilderness (Spring Break 2016 Study Away course, involving a five-day canoe trip down the Rio Grande through Boquillas Canyon with daily writing projects, hands-on learning activities, and campfire seminars on class materials concerning the value of conserving wilderness). Costa Rica: A Case Study in Environmentally Sustainable Economic Development (Study Abroad January 2013 intersession course, co-taught with two law faculty colleagues that examined the success with which the country has promoted its agricultural, tourism, and energy sectors while protecting rainforest corridors and other environmental treasures). Teaching Award/Honors: Pennsylvania Greek Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1996; Elected Convocation Hooder, University of Illinois College of Law, 2010, 2011 Named to the Illinois List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent in the following semesters: 2015 Fall; 2015 Spring; 2014 Fall; 2014 Spring; 2013 Spring; 2011 Fall; 2011 Spring; 2009 Fall; 2009 Spring; 2008 Fall; 2007 Fall ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE University of Illinois Institutional Service: 2002-Present Chair, Tenure and Promotion Committee, 2015 Fall; Member, Tenure and Promotion Committee, ; Member, Chairs and Professorships Committee, ; Chair, New Building Committee, ; ; Member, Student Awards Committee ; Chair, Faculty Awards Committee, ; Appointments Committee, ; Member, Advisory Committee for Center on Professional Ethics, University of Illinois College of Business, ; Dean, College of Law, ; Chair, Search Committee for Vice-Chancellor of Development and Alumni Relations, ; Member, Chancellor s Advisory Committee on Development, ; Chair, Committee for the Fifth-Year Review of Dean of College of Business, 2006; Chair, Search Committee for Director of Institute of Government and Public Affairs, ; Member of Campus Committee on Multi-Year Contracts, University of San Diego Institutional Service: Chair, Tenure and Promotion Committee, ; Chair, Faculty Mentoring Committee, ; Member, Program Committee,

7 University of Pennsylvania Institutional Service: Member, Dean Search Committee, ; Member, Academic Freedom and Responsibility Committee, ; Member, Tenure and Promotion Committee, 1996; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (ex officio on all major committees), ; Member, Faculty Appointments Committee, ; Chair, Clinical Faculty Search Committee, ; Member, Committee on Academic Standing, Spring 1994; Chair, Committee on Academic Standing, ; Member, Educational Program Committee, , ; Advisor, Pennsylvania Law Review, ; Member, Committee on Academic Standing, ; Advisor, Moot Court Program, Books: WRITINGS AND PUBLICATIONS Moral Combat (Cambridge University Press, 1999). Books Under Contract: Heidi M. Hurd and Ralph Brubaker, Debts and the Demands of Conscience (Oxford University Press, forthcoming). Heidi M. Hurd and Michael S. Moore, Essays in Criminal Law Theory (Oxford University Press) (indefinite due date). Articles Published or Committed to Publication Paternalism and the Criminal Law, in The Philosophy of Paternalism, eds. Kalle Grill and Jason Hanna, Routledge Press (2016). The Normative Force of Consent, in The Ethics of Consent, ed. Peter Schaber, Routledge Press (2016). Fudging Nudging: Why Libertarian Paternalism is the Contradiction it Claims it s Not, Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy (2016) (Symposium on The Ethics of Nudging: Evaluating Libertarian Paternalism ). Promises Schmomises, Law and Philosophy (2016). The Innocence of Negligence, 8 Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice (2016). Stand Your Ground, in The Ethics of Self Defense, eds. Christian Coon and Michael Weber, Oxford University Press (2015). 7

8 Untying the Gordian Knot of Mens Rea Requirements for Accomplice Liability (with Michael Moore), Social Philosophy and Policy (2015). Living with Genius: The Life and Work of Michael Moore, in Legal, Moral and Metaphysical Truths: The Philosophy of Michael Moore, eds. Kimberly Ferzan and Stephen Morse, Oxford University Press (2015). Interpretation Without Intentions, in Practical Normativity: Essays on Reasons and Intentions in Law and Practical Reason, eds. G. Pavlakos and V. Rodriguez- Blanco, Cambridge University Press, (2014). Finding No Fault with Negligence, in Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Torts, ed. John Oberdiek, Oxford University Press, (2013). The Virtue of Consumer Bankruptcy, in A Debtor World: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Debt, eds. Ralph Brubaker, Robert M. Lawless, Charles J. Tabb, Oxford University Press, (2012). Fouling Our Nest: Are (Environmental) Ethics Impotent Against (Bad) Economics?, in East-West Philosophy, eds. Roger Ames and Peter Hershock, Honolulu, HI: East-West Center Press, (2012). The Model Penal Code s Mistakes About Mistakes, in Essays in Criminal Law by George Fletcher, ed. R. Christopher, Oxford University Press, (2012). Greenhouse Gas Emissions as Public Nuisances, University of Pennsylvania Law Review PENNUMBRA, On-Line Debate with Professor Jason Johnston (University of Virginia), Reply to Opening Statement and Rejoinder to Response, Published as a Series with his Opening Statement and Response to my Reply, (Sept. 2011). Blaming the Stupid, Clumsy, Selfish and Weak: The Culpability of Negligence (with Michael Moore), 5 Criminal Law and Philosophy (2011). The Culpability of Negligence (with Michael Moore), in Crime, Punishment and Responsibility, eds. Rowan Cruft, Matt Kramer, Mark Reiff, Oxford University Press, (2011). Introduction to Symposium on Crime and Culpability (by Larry Alexander, Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, and Stephen Morse, Cambridge University Press, 2009), 29 Law and Philosophy (2010) (written as Guest Editor of Symposium). Book Review, Edlin, Douglas E., Judges and Unjust Laws: Common Law Constitutionalism and the Foundations of Judicial Review (University of Chicago Press, 2009), 120 Ethics (2009). Paternalism on Pain of Punishment, in 28 Criminal Justice Ethics (2009). 8

9 Death to Rapists: A Comment on the United Supreme Court s Decision in Kennedy v. Louisiana, 6 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (2008) The Morality of Mercy, 4 Ohio Journal of Criminal Law (2007) (Symposium on Mercy). Tolerating Wickedness: Moral Reasons for Lawmakers to Permit Immorality, Philosophia Practica Universalis (Annual Review of Law and Ethics) - (2005). Expressing Doubts About Expressivism, University of Chicago Legal Forum 1-31 (2005) (Symposium on New Developments in Criminal Law). Blaming the Victim: A Response to the Proposal that Criminal Law Recognize a General Defense of Contributory Responsibility, 8 Buffalo Criminal Law Review (2005) (Forum on Comparative Liability in Criminal Law). Was The Frog Prince Sexually Molested?: A Review of Peter Westen s The Logic of Consent, 103 Michigan Law Review (2005). Why You Should Be A Law-Abiding Anarchist (Except When You Shouldn t), 42 San Diego Law Review (2005) (Symposium on the Rationality Of Rule- Following). When Can We Do What We Want? 29 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy (2004). Punishing Hatred and Prejudice, with Michael S. Moore, 56 Stanford Law Review (2004). Nonreciprocal Risk Imposition, Unjust Enrichment, and the Foundations of Tort Law: A Critical Celebration of George Fletcher s Theory of Tort Law, 78 Notre Dame Law Review (2003). Liberty in Law, 21 Law and Philosophy (2002). Negligence in the Air, co-authored with Michael S. Moore, in A. Porat, ed., Negligence in the Law, vol. 3, issue 1, Theoretical Inquiries in Law (Jerusalem, Israel, 2002). Is It Wrong to Do Right When Others Do Wrong? 7 Legal Theory (2001) (Symposium on Conflicts of Rights). Living in the Past: Burkean Conservatism and Originalist Interpretation, in Legal Interpretation, Judicial Supremacy, and Democracy, Thomas Campbell and Jeffrey Goldsworthy, eds. (Ashgate Press, 2001). 9

10 Why Liberals Should Hate Hate Crime Legislation, 20 Law and Philosophy (2001). Moral Rights and Legal Rules: A Natural Law Theory, 6 Legal Theory (2000) (Symposium on Rights and Rules). Justification and Excuse, Wrongdoing and Culpability, 74 Notre Dame Law Review (1999) (Propter Honoris Respectum issue honoring the work of Kent Greenawalt). Duties Beyond the Call of Duty, 6 Annual Rev. of Law and Ethics 1-36 (1998) (Symposium on Altruism and Supererogation). The Moral Magic of Consent, 2 Legal Theory (1996) (Symposium on the Nature of Consent in Sexual Relations). The Deontology of Negligence, 76 B. U. L. Rev (1995) (Symposium on the Relationship Between Torts and Crimes). The Levitation of Liberalism, 105 Yale Law Journal (1995) (Review of John Rawls, Political Liberalism (New York: Columbia University Press, 1993)). Interpreting Authorities, in Law and Interpretation, Andrei Marmor, ed (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994). What in the World is Wrong? 5 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues (1994) (Symposium on Criminal Law Theory). Justifiably Punishing the Justified, 90 Michigan Law Review (1992) (Symposium on Natural Law Theory). Correcting Injustice to Corrective Justice, 67 Notre Dame Law Review (1991). Challenging Authority, 100 Yale Law Journal (1991) (republished by the Cornell Legal Aid Clinic in a volume of materials on Women and the Law). Sovereignty in Silence, 99 Yale Law Journal (1990). Relativistic Jurisprudence: Skepticism Founded on Confusion, 61 Southern California Law Review (Note 1988). Congressional Testimony: Legislating Against Hate and Bias, Testimony Before the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, on the Hate Crime Prevention Act of 1999, H.R. 1082, 106 th Congress, August 4,

11 Amicus Curiae Briefs: American Electric Power Company, Inc. v. State of Connecticut, No (2011); Brief Amici Curiae of Tort Law Scholars in Support of Respondents: Douglas Kysar, Counsel of Record, Yale Law School; with Jules Coleman, Yale Law School; Thomas McGarity, University of Texas Law School; Jon Hanson, Harvard Law School; Scott Hershovitz, University of Michigan Law School; Heidi M. Hurd, University of Illinois College of Law; Gregory Keating, University of Southern California School of Law; and Jane Stapleton, University of Texas Law School. Editorials: The Morality of Judicial Disobedience, 29 Pennsylvania Law Journal (1993). Bork, Scalia, and Thomas: How Should Judges Make Value Judgments?, 27 Pennsylvania Law Journal (1992) (published excerpt from speech to the participants in May 1992 Federal Judicial Program sponsored by Federal Judicial Center and the Institute for Law and Economics at the University of Pennsylvania). Will State s High Court Reform the Tort Laws that Burden Society?, San Diego Union (Sunday, August 18, 1991). Dissertations: Legal Perspectivalism (Doctoral Dissertation, 1992) (available from author or from University of Southern California Library). A New Theory of Children s Rights (Master s Thesis, 1984) (available from author or from Dalhousie University Library). Books In Progress (not yet committed to a publisher): Criminal Law: Theory and Practice (A unique new theoretically-oriented casebook in criminal law that has been solicited by every major law publisher. Co-edited with 12 leading criminal law theorists in the American academy: Larry Alexander (University of San Diego), Mitch Berman (University of Texas), Kimberly Ferzan (Rutgers University-Camden), Claire Finkelstein (University of Pennsylvania), Douglas Husak (Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Philosophy) Leo Katz (University of Pennsylvania), Christopher Kutz (University of California- Berkeley) Michael Moore (University of Illinois), Stephen Morse (University of Pennsylvania), Kenneth Simons (Boston University), Peter Westen (University of Michigan), and Gideon Yaffe (University of Southern California). My assigned section covers all mens rea doctrines, incorporating cases, theoretical excerpts and problems related to crimes requiring purpose, knowledge, recklessness, 11

12 Editorships: negligence, and specialized mental states that refer to goals (.e.g, crimes for profit) or certain dispositional beliefs/emotions (e.g., hate and bias crimes). The Long Arm of the Law (book manuscript on the demands and constraints of the rule of law; 100-page draft of chapters 1-5 completed). Member, Board of Editors, Journal of Legal Theory (Cambridge University Press), 1993 Present. Member, Board of Editors, Law and Philosophy (Kluwar Press), 2009-Present. Co-Editor-in-Chief, Law and Philosophy (Kluwar Press), (with Michael Moore and Douglas Husak). Member, Panel of Academic Contributors, Black s Law Dictionary, Eighth Edition, LECTURES, PAPER PRESENTATIONS, AND MAJOR CONFERENCES [See separate listing below of conferences personally organized or co-organized under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania Institute for Law and Philosophy, the University of San Diego Institute for Law and Philosophy, or the University of Illinois Program in Law and Philosophy.] (In reverse chronological order) April Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, University of Virginia (to give An Aretaic Theory of Bankruptcy (Chapter 16 of Debts and the Demands of Conscience). April Liberty Fund Conference on James Bryce s Studies on History and Jurisprudence, Toronto, Canada. February Duke University School of Law Faculty Colloquium (gave new version of Promises Schmomises). February Georgetown Business School Faculty Colloquium (gave new version of Promises Schmomises). November Georgetown Business School Conference on Nudging : The Ethics of Libertarian Paternalism (to present Why Libertarianism Paternalism is Neither Libertarian nor Paternalistic ). September Yale Law School Conference on Ignorance of Law (gave comment on Doug Husak s manuscript The Ignorance of Law: A Philosophical Inquiry ). 12

13 April UC-San Diego Conference on The Ethics and Law of Omissions (gave comment on George Sher, Unintentional Omissions ), San Diego, CA. March Liberty Fund-Federalist Society Conference on Behavioral Economics and The Free Society, Charlotte, NC. September Faculty Workshop, University of Georgia School of Law (presented Part V of Debts and the Demands of Conscience with Ralph Brubaker). May Public Lecture and Jurisprudence Class, University of Tel Aviv School of Law (gave public lecture and taught Alon Harel s jurisprudence class on my early draft of Should We Sustain the Goal of Sustainability? ) May University of Illinois College of Law Faculty Retreat (gave comment on Kenworthey Bilz, An Empirical Test of Civil Recourse Theory ). May Buffalo Criminal Law Center Conference on Accomplice and Corporate Liability, Buffalo Criminal Law Center, SUNY-Buffalo Law School, Buffalo, NY (presented The Culpability of Complicity ). April Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute Lecture, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (presented Part V of Debts and the Demands of Conscience with Ralph Brubaker). March Conference on New Voices in Criminal Law, co-hosted by Illinois Program in Law and Philosophy, University of Minnesota School of Law, and Rutgers University Institute in Law and Philosophy (gave comment on Luis Chiesa, The Evil Waiter Case ). February Faculty Workshop, St. Louis University School of Law (presented early draft of Doing Nothing: Why Refusals of Omission Liability are Ruining the World ). January International Conference on Sustainability, University of Split, Split, Croatia (gave early draft of Should We Sustain the Goal of Sustainability? ). December Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies, Old Library in the Oxford University Church of St. Mary, Oxford, U.K. (gave lecture entitled Fouling the Earthly Nest: Can Religion Do Better than Environmental Ethics at Saving the Planet?) November Comment following the film-screening of The Last Hunger Season, Spurlock Museum, Champaign, sponsored by the Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program (gave talk entitled The Corrective Justice of Foreign Aid ). November Liberty Fund Conference on the Calculus of Consent and Classical Liberalism, Alexandria, VA (conference on the public choice theory of James Buchanan and Gordon Tullock). 13

14 October Rutgers University Law and Philosophy Conference on the Means Principle, the Doctrine of Double Effect and Related Deontological Principles, and their Application to Criminal Law, New Brunswick, NJ (gave comment on Alex Guerrera, Using People, which became the basis of Violating Rights Knowingly, But Not Purposefully: The Doctrine of Double Effect ). September Week-long Course on Environmental Economics for Law Professors, Lone Mountain Ranch, Big Sky, Montana (co-sponsored by PERC and George Mason Law and Economics Center). August Faculty Workshop, University of Alabama School of Law (presented early draft of Should We Sustain the Goal of Sustainability? ) November Conference on Tort Theory, Rutgers University, Rutgers-Camden, NJ (presented Finding No Fault with Negligence). September Melbourne Legal Theory Workshop, University of Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, Australia (presented chapters from Debts and the Demands of Conscience). September Social and Political Theory Seminar, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (presented chapters from Debts and the Demands of Conscience). September Centre for Legal Governance Research Seminar, Macquarie University School of Law, Sydney, Australia (presented chapters from Debts and the Demands of Conscience). February Dyson Distinguished Lecture in Law, Pace University School of Law (gave endowed lecture drawing from Fouling Our Nest). December Conference of Editors of Criminal Law: Theory and Practice. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. October Conference on Corporate Responsibility, September 2011, Indianapolis, IN (Sponsored by Liberty Fund; Co-Directed with John Hasnas of the Georgetown University School of Business; I was the two-day Discussion Leader at this event.) October Faculty Workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (presented chapters from Debts and the Demands of Conscience, with Ralph Brubaker). Symposium on the Philosophy of Hate Crime Legislation, Gothenburg, Sweden. Funded by the European Commissions' Directorate for Justice, Freedom and Security under the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Daphne Program; a collaboration between University of Gothenburg (Sweden), the University of Central Lancashire (England), and the Goethe Institute Germany) (gave lecture on Punishing Hate and Prejudice). 14

15 August XXV World Congress of Philosophy and Law Workshop on Legal Normativity and the Philosophy of Practical Reason, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany (presented Interpretation Without Intentions). May May Plenary Lecture, East-West Philosophy Conference, Honolulu, HI (presented Fouling Our Nest: Is (Environmental) Ethics Impotent Against (Bad) Economics?). May Conference of Editors of Criminal Law: Theory and Practice, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ. April Liberty Fund Conference on William Blackstone s Commentaries on the Laws of England, Cincinnati, OH. March Roundtable on the Meta-Ethics of Legal Judgments, University of Illinois Program in Law and Philosophy, Champaign, IL. February Originalist Works-in-Progress Conference, University of San Diego School of Law (presented Interpretation without Intentions). February University of Illinois Department of Philosophy Lecture (presented Blaming the Stupid, Clumsy, Selfish and Weak). September Federal Judicial Center Conference, University of Illinois College of Law (presented chapters from Debts and the Demands of Conscience with Ralph Brubaker). June Australian National University Law Faculty Lecture, Canberra, Australia (presented Chapters of Debts and the Demands of Conscience). December Liberty Fund Conference on Homer s Odyssey, Pasadena, CA. November Roundtable on Ignorance of the Law, Rutgers-New Brunswick and Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, Camden, NJ. October Faculty Workshop, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, GA (presented The Jurisprudence of Personal Bankruptcy with co-author Ralph Brubaker). October Roundtable on Tort Theory, University of San Diego Institute in Law and Philosophy, University School of Law, San Diego, CA October Faculty Workshop, University of San Diego (presented The Jurisprudence of Personal Bankruptcy with co-author Ralph Brubaker). September Faculty Workshop, University of Iowa College of Law, Iowa City, IA (presented The Jurisprudence of Personal Bankruptcy with co-author Ralph Brubaker). 15

16 June Keynote Address, MacArthur Foundation Annual Conference, Santa Barbara, CA (gave keynote lecture entitled What Neuroscience Might Tell Us About Consent ). May Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, King s College, London. April Roundtable on Crime and Culpability, University of Illinois Program in Law and Philosophy, Chicago, IL (organized roundtable/lead program sessions). April Roundtable on Contracts and Promises, University of Illinois Program in Law and Philosophy (organized roundtable/lead program sessions). April The Bell Lecture, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH (gave endowed College lecture entitled Why Mercy Is No Virtue ). March Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty, Property and Exchange in Classical Political Thought, La Jolla, CA. November Cornell Law School Faculty Book Conference, Ithaca, NY (gave presentation on Larry Alexander and Emily Sherwin, Demystifying Legal Reasoning (Cambridge University Press, 2008)). October Chicago-Kent/Illinois Joint Faculty Retreat in Law, Champaign, IL (presented The Jurisprudence of Bankruptcy) September Faculty Workshop, Michigan State University School of Law, East Lansing, MI (presented The Jurisprudence of Bankruptcy). September Tort Theory Conference, sponsored by the Liberty Fund, Alexandria, Virginia. July Conference on the Limits of Criminal Law, Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (presented Paternalism on Pain of Punishment). June Faculty Seminar in Research School of Social Sciences-Philosophy, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (presented revised version of Promises Schmomises). June Australian Conference on Legal and Political Philosophy, Melbourne, Australia (presented revised version of Promises Schmomises) June Master Seminar, Australian National University School of Law, Canberra, Australia (presented Life in the Law: The Journey Through Legal Academia). May The University of Illinois/American Bankruptcy Institute Multidisciplinary Academic Symposium on Debt, May 2008, Champaign, Illinois (presented The Jurisprudence of Bankruptcy). 16

17 January Roundtable on Theories of Punishment, University of San Diego Institute for Law and Philosophy, San Diego, California. November Institutes of Law and Philosophy Annual Joint Conference, Vermont, co-sponsored by the University of Illinois, University of Pennsylvania, University of San Diego, and University of Rutgers-Camden (session leader). October Law Faculty Workshop, Queen s University School of Law, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (presented The Morality of Mercy). October Legal and Political Philosophy Consortium, Queen s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (presented The Morality of Mercy). October Philosophy Endowed Lecture, Queen s University Department of Philosophy, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (presented revised version of Promising Schmomising). September Faculty Workshop, Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, FL (presented The Morality of Mercy). August XXIII World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy Conference, Krakow, Poland (presented revised version of Promises Schmomises). June Faculty Workshop, and Seminar on Law School Leadership, University of Tulsa (presented The Morality of Mercy and lead seminar on methods of enhancing faculty and student culture in a law school). May Faculty Retreat Workshop, University of Illinois (presented The Morality of Mercy) Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, Berkeley, CA. March National Law and Philosophy Institutes Conference on the Relationship Between Retributive, Distributive, and Corrective Justice, San Antonio, TX. February Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty, Constitutionalism, and Economic Development, Tucson, AZ. July Liberty Fund Conference on Hayek, Common Law, and Contemporary Jurisprudence, Arlington, Virginia. March Law and Morality Conference, William and Mary School of Law (presented Is It Wrong To Do Right When Others Do Wrong?). February Public Square Lecture on Judges, the Law and Morality, William Mitchell College, St. Paul, MN (presented The Letter vs. The Spirit Of The Law). 17

18 February Department of Philosophy Faculty Colloquium, University of Virginia (presented Promises Schmomises). February University Public Lecture in Social Philosophy, University of Virginia (presented Why Liberals Should Hate Hate Crime Legislation). February Illinois Judiciary Conference Plenary Lecture, Chicago, IL (presented When the Sprit of the Law Collides with the Letter of the Law). October University of Illinois College of Law Faculty Workshop (presented Promises Schmomises). June National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar, Atlanta, GA (presented The Political Philosophy of Hate Crime Legislation). May XXII World Congress Of Philosophy Of Law And Social Philosophy Conference, Granada, Spain (presented Promising Schmomising). November Chicago Legal Forum Symposium on Punishment and Crime, Chicago, IL (presented Expressing Doubts About Expressivism). June Iroquois County Bar Association, Watseka, IL (presented Legal Education in a Changing World). May Commencement Speaker and Recipient of Honorary Doctorate, Monmouth College s 147 th Commencement, Monmouth, IL. March Investiture ceremony as the David C. Baum Professor of Law (presented When Law Runs Afoul of Morality). February Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty & Responsibility in the Literature of Frontiers: Icelandic Sagas & Westerns, Tucson, AZ. February Symposium on Punishment and Its Purposes, Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA (presented Punishing Hatred and Prejudice). January Association of American Law Schools Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA (Jurisprudence panel on The Rationality of Rule-Following ). December Seoul National University and Korea University, Seoul, Korea (presented Why Americans Don t Make Us One Another s Keepers). November Invited speaker, Know Your University Lecture Series, Urbana, IL (presented Law as the Tool Through Which Other Disciplines Impact on Human Relationships). October Invited speaker, UW Law Week 03, University of Wyoming Law School, Laramie, WY (presented Why Liberals Should Hate Hate Crime Legislation ). 18

19 September Liberty, Self-Ownership, and the Right to Property, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Montreal, Canada. September Marbury Institute Video Conference, Washington, DC (presented Punishing Hatred and Prejudice). September Appellate Lawyers Association, Chicago, IL (presented When the Spirit of a Law Conflicts With Its Letter). June Waseda Institute of Comparative Law, Waseda, Japan (presented Why Liberals Should Hate Hate Crime Legislation ). May ABA Law School Development and New Deans Conference, Jackson Hole, WY. April University of San Diego Institute Roundtable on Moral Luck, San Diego, CA. February Faculty Workshop, Chicago-Kent Law School, Chicago, IL (presented Punishing Hatred and Prejudice). February Keynote Speaker, Western Illinois University Program in Law Annual Law Conference, Macomb, IL. November Liberty Fund Conference on The American Codification Debate, Tucson, AZ. June Plenary Speaker, Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (to present Moral Rights to Do Legal Wrongs: Constructing a Theory of Political Liberty). June Law Program Seminar, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (to present Moral Rights to Do Legal Wrongs: Constructing a Theory of Political Liberty). May Macquarie University Lecture (within the Language, Violence, and Justice Series), Macquarie University Law School, Sydney, Australia (to present Punishing Hatred). May Liberty Fund Conference on Liberalism, Perfectionism, and Politics, Annapolis, MD. May Faculty Seminar, Monash University School of Law, Melbourne, Australia (to present Punishing Hatred). April Liberty Fund Socratic Seminar on Moral Theory and the Law, Indianapolis, IN. October University of North Carolina Law School and Philosophy Department Faculty Colloquium (presented Negligence in the Air). 19

20 August University of California at Los Angeles Faculty Workshop, Los Angeles, CA (presented Negligence in the Air). April University Lecture, University of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA (gave lecture on hate crime legislation). March Liberty Fund Conference on Norms: Nature and Nurture in the Pursuit of Liberty, Pray, MT. February Conference on Liberalism and Illiberal Subgroups, University of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA. February Liberty Fund Conference on Individualism, Pluralism, Rights, and Community, Clearwater, FL. January AALS-Jurisprudence Section Panelist, San Francisco, CA (presented Moral Rights and Legal Rules: A Natural Law Theory). October Liberty Fund Conference on The Development of Western Property Rights, Bozeman, MT. September Faculty Workshop, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA (presented Why Liberals Should Hate Hate Crime Legislation). June Conference on Interpretation, Melbourne University School of Law, Melbourne, Australia (presented Living in the Past: Burkean Conservatism and Originalist Interpretation). April Conference on Hate Crime Legislation, Georgia State University, Center for Ethics, Atlanta, GA (presented Why Liberals Should Hate Hate Crime Legislation). February Columbia Legal Theory Workshop, Columbia University Law School, New York, NY (presented Is It Wrong To Do Right When Others Do Wrong?). February Liberty Fund Conference on Natural Law, Moral Independence, and Civil Liberties, Dallas, TX. February Lectures to Law Faculty and Students on Moral Combat, University of Parma Law School, Parma, Italy. February University Lecture on Moral Combat, University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany. October Conference on Rights and Rules, Columbia Law School, New York, NY (presented Moral Rights and Legal Rules: A Natural Law Theory). 20

21 September Institute for Law and Philosophy Roundtable on Conflicts of Rights, Philadelphia, PA (presented Is It Wrong To Do Right When Others Do Wrong?). August Testified before the Congress of the United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee on the Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 1999, H.R. 1082, 106 th Congress, Washington, D.C. May University of Pennsylvania Law School Panel on Hate Crime Legislation, Philadelphia, PA (gave presentation on hate crime legislation). April Fourth Annual Seminar in Analytic Legal Philosophy, Philadelphia, PA (presented Duties Beyond the Call of Duty). April Liberty Fund Conference on Preemptive Means of Crime Prevention, San Diego, CA. April Faculty Workshop, University of Maryland School of Law (presented Liberalism By Default). March Liberty Fund Conference on the Rise of the Modern State, Charleston, SC. February Faculty Workshop, University of Virginia Law School, Charlottesville, VA (presented Liberalism By Default). December Conference on the Concept of Sexual Equality to Which Feminists Should Aspire, University of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA. December Ninth Circuit Judges Seminar, Federal Judicial Center Travelling Seminar Series, Los Angeles, CA (gave 3-hour workshop on statutory interpretation). November Liberty Fund Conference on Oliver Wendell Holmes, Santa Fe, NM. October Conference on Tort Theory, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. July Symposium on Altruism and Supererogation, University of Erlangen- Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany (presented Duties Beyond the Call of Duty). May Liberty Fund Conference on Self-Defense, Easton, MD. May Workshop for Bankruptcy Judges, Philadelphia, PA (taught session on constraints of precedent in adjudication). April Annual Seminars in Analytic Legal Philosophy, Columbia University Law School, NY. May Jurisprudence for Judges Full-Day Seminar for Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Judges, Nashville, TN (lead workshop sessions on theories of case holdings and role of precedent in judicial reasoning). 21

22 May Workshop for Bankruptcy Judges, Philadelphia, PA (gave address on the constraints of precedent in adjudication). March Workshop for Bankruptcy Judges I, San Francisco, CA (gave address on the constraints of precedent in adjudication). February Pennsylvania Conference of State Trial Judges Mid-Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (gave address on the role of the spirit of the law in a theory of legal interpretation). November Pennsylvania Sororities Fall Banquet Keynote Address, Philadelphia, PA (gave talk on Legislating Good Samaritanism ). October Faculty Workshop, Chicago-Kent Law School, Chicago, IL (presented The Deontology of Negligence). October Annual Retreat of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Federal Judges, Princeton, NJ (gave seminar on The Constraints of Precedent ). June National Workshop for the Judges of the United States Courts of Appeals, San Diego, CA (gave lecture on the role of the spirit of the law in judicial interpretation). April Conference on Torts and Crimes, Boston University, Boston, MA (presented early draft of The Deontology of Negligence). February Conference on Consent in Sexual Relations, University of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA (gave two lectures on the nature of consent and the legislative reform of rape law). February Pennsylvania Women s Law Association Workshop, Philadelphia, PA (gave lecture on The Moral Magic of Consent in Sexual Relations ). September Jurisprudence for Judges: A Mini-Course in Legal Philosophy for Article III Judges, jointly sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Law School and the Federal Judicial Center, Philadelphia, PA (taught a set of seminars on legal interpretation and the source of judicial values). April Federal Bankruptcy Conference, Atlanta, GA (taught seminar on The Sources of Judicial Value Judgments to federal bankruptcy judges). April Science, Technology, and Law: A Conference in Memory of Judge David L. Bazelon, University of Pennsylvania Law School (replied to Thomas Merrill s Two Models of Liberal Judicial Activism). February, Criminal Law Conference on Wrongdoing and Culpability, University of San Diego Law School (presented What in the World is Wrong?). 22

23 January, Legal Studies Workshop, University of Pennsylvania Law School (presented What in the World is Wrong?; Howard Lesnick and Stephen Morse, commentators). December Federal Bankruptcy Conference, Phoenix, AZ (taught seminar on The Morality of Judicial Disobedience to federal bankruptcy judges). October National Association of Women Judges Conference (served on a panel with Professors Sylvia Law and Lani Guinier and Judge Marie Garibaldi debating the possibility and normative desirability of judicial impartiality). April Faculty Workshop, University of Southern California Law School (presented chapters of Moral Combat). April Faculty Workshop, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA (presented chapters of Moral Combat). March Faculty Lecture, Cornell Law School, Ithaca, NY (presented chapters of Moral Combat). March Faculty Colloquium, George Washington University School of Law, Washington, D.C. (presented chapters of Moral Combat). February 19-20, Workshop on Natural Law, University of Texas, Austin, TX (presented Justifiably Punishing the Justified to kick-off a panel discussion on Natural Law Applied in Rules and Institutions and participated on a panel discussing Sources of Natural Law ). August United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the Ninth Circuit Symposium, Carmel, CA (gave seminar on The Sources of Judicial Values to Ninth Circuit bankruptcy judges). May Judicial Seminar, University of Pennsylvania Law School, sponsored by the Federal Judicial Center and the Institute for Law and Economics at the University of Pennsylvania Law School (gave lecture entitled Bork, Scalia, and Thomas: How should federal judges make value judgments? ). February Faculty Workshop, Vanderbilt University School of Law, Nashville, TN (presented Parts I and III of Justifiably Punishing the Justified). January Legal Theory Workshop, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, IL (presented Parts I and II of Justifiably Punishing the Justified). January Legal Studies Workshop, University of Pennsylvania Law School (presented Parts I and II of Justifiably Punishing the Justified; Frank Goodman, commentator). December Faculty Colloquium, University of Iowa, Department of Philosophy, Iowa City, IA (presented Part I of Justifiably Punishing the Justified). 23

24 March Conference on Formalism and Corrective Justice, University of Iowa Law School (presented Reply to Jules Coleman s The Mixed Conception of Corrective Justice, 77 Iowa Law Review (1993); Chapter 16 of Risks and Wrongs (1993)). February Legal Studies Workshop, University of Pennsylvania Law School (presented Correcting Injustice to Corrective Justice; Dean Colin Diver, commentator). February Faculty Colloquium, University of Iowa Philosophy Department (gave talk entitled Four Models of Authority ). October Legal Theory Workshop, University of Chicago Law School (presented Challenging Authority). April Faculty Seminar, University of Iowa Law School (presented Challenging Authority). November Legal Studies Workshop, University of Pennsylvania Law School (presented Challenging Authority; Ed Rock, commentator). November Jurisprudence and Social Policy Colloquium, University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall Law School (presented Sovereignty in Silence). November Faculty Talk, University of Michigan Law School (presented Sovereignty in Silence). October Faculty Talk, University of San Diego Law School (presented Sovereignty in Silence). October Faculty Talk, University of Pennsylvania Law School (presented Sovereignty in Silence). CONFERENCES/SEMINARS/ROUNDTABLES ORGANIZED (in chronological order) University of Illinois Program in Law and Philosophy: Roundtables and Conferences, some organized or co-organized with fellow Directors, Michael Moore (and Larry Solum, ): Responsibility in Law and Morals (December 2002) Just War Theory (May 2003, co-organized with Jeff McMahan, Rutgers-Newark) Nietzsche and Normativity (September 2003) Probability and Causation (January 2004) Liberty in Law (May 2004, co-organized with Richard Fumerton and Diane Jeske, University of Iowa) 24

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