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Dartmouth College Law & Philosophy Workshop

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Dartmouth College Law & Philosophy Workshop

Two-day workshop - September 21 & 22. Pre-read. Registration REQUIRED. Organized by Prof. David Plunkett (Philosophy).

Saturday, September 22, 2018
10:15am-5:15pm
Contact convener: Prof David Plunkett
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars
Registration required.

Friday, September 21
     10:15-11:45am: Krista Lawlor (Stanford Philosophy)
                               comments from Hasan Dindjer (Oxford Law)
                               chair: Kenny Walden (Dartmouth Philosophy)
     1:45pm-3:15pm: James Edwards (Oxford Law)
                               comments from Lingxi Chenyang (Michigan Philosophy / Yale Law)
                               chair: Tyler Doggett (UVM Philosophy)
     3:45pm-5:15pm: Deborah Hellman (Virginia Law)
                               comments from Sonu Bedi (Dartmouth Government)
                               chair: Julie Rose (Dartmouth Government)


Saturday, September 22
     10:15-11:45am: Fred Schauer (Virginia Law)
                               comments from Christopher Lewis (Harvard Society of Fellows)
                               chair: Lucas Swaine (Dartmouth Government)
     1:45pm-3:15pm: Stephen Sachs (Duke Law)
                               comments from David Plunkett (Dartmouth Philosophy)
                               chair: Adam Hosein (Northeastern Philosophy)
     3:45pm-5:15pm: Gabe Mendlow (Michigan Law)
                               comments from Adina Roskies (Dartmouth Philosophy)
                               chair: John Greabe (UNH Law)

Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/zc0y1dUT2yXmmHZc2
(Also available on Events Page on Dartmouth Philosophy Department Website)
Organized by Philosophy Professor David Plunkett
Co-Sponsored by Dartmouth Philosophy Department, Ethics Institute, Political Economy Project,
Leslie Humanities Center, Associate Dean of Faculty for the Arts and Humanities, and Rockefeller
Center for Public Policy.

For more information, contact:
David Plunkett

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

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