Please join us for a presentation by Professor Alex Stein, Brooklyn Law School followed by commentary from Professor Bert Huang, Columbia Law School, and Professor Robert Rabin, Stanford Law School.
Professor Alex Stein is a widely published expert on torts, medical malpractice, evidence, and general legal theory. His writings combine law with economic theories and moral philosophy. He has written three books—Foundations of Evidence Law, Tort Liability Under Uncertainty, and An Analytical Approach to Evidence: Text, Cases and Problems—and more than 60 articles, many of them published by the finest journals in the country. Prior to joining Brooklyn Law School, Professor Stein was on the faculty at Cardozo (2004–16) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1991–2004). During his career, he has held visiting professorial appointments at several schools including Columbia Law School, Yale Law School, and Harvard Law School.
A light dinner will be served.
6:00-6:15 PM: Gathering
6:15-6:45 PM: The Domain of Torts, Alex Stein, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
6:45-7:15 PM: Commentary: Bert Huang, Professor of Law, Columbia Law School, and Robert Rabin, A. Calder Mackay Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
7:15-8:00 PM: Questions and Discussion
Moderators: Ariel Porat, Visiting Professor of Law, Columbia Law School, and Alain Poher, Professor of Law, Tel Aviv University
RSVP: Barbara Lester at [email protected]