• The Institute is hosting a meeting of the Anglo-German Dialogue on Criminal Law, September 8 & 9, 2019 in New Brunswick. It will feature original papers by Matthew Dyson (Oxford) and Frank Meyer (Zürich), Antje du Bois-Pedain (Cambridge) and Carl Friedrich Stuckenberg (Bonn), Youngjae Lee (Fordham University), Carsten Momsen (Berlin), John Jackson (Nottingham) and Thomas Weigend (Cologne), Kai Ambos (Göttingen) and Stephen C. Thaman (Saint Louis), Shannon Fyfe (George Mason University) and Alexander Heinze (Göttingen), and Brenner M. Fissell (Hofstra). Commentators will include: Alec Walen (Rutgers), Stuart Green (Rutgers), Richard Frase (Minnesota), and Jenia Turner (SMU).

 

  • The Institute is co-sponsoring a festschrift for Doug Husak on April 10 & 11, 2020 in New Brunswick. It will feature original papers by Vincent Chiao (Toronto), Sharon Dolovich (UCLA); Kim Ferzan (UVA), YoungJae Lee (Fordham), Sandy Mayson (Georgia), Gabe Mendlow (Michigan), Alice Ristroff (Brooklyn), Alex Sarch (Surrey), Patrick Tomlin (Warwick), Beth Valentine (North Dakota), Alec Walen (Rutgers), and Gideon Yaffe (Yale). Commentators will include: Larry Alexander (U San Diego), Vera Bergelson (Rutgers), Michelle Dempsey (Villanova), Antony Duff (Stirling), Ekow Yankah (Cardozo), Heidi Hurd (Illinois), Sandra Marshall (Stirling), Michael Moore (Illinois), Stephen Morse (Penn), Carol Steiker (Harvard), Kit Wellman (Washington University), and Peter Weston (Michigan)

 

  • The Institute will host a conference on May 29, 2020 at Rutgers Law School in Camden on Responsible Brains: Neuroscience, Law, and Human Culpability (MIT Press) by William Hirstein, Katrina L. Sifferd, and Tyler K. Fagan. In addition to the authors, Craig Agule, Federica Coppola, Michael S. Moore, Stephen Morse, Michael Pardo and Gideon Yaffe are confirmed participants, with others to be announced later. Check back for further detail.