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Free Webinar|on Economic Analysis & Premises of Contract-Tort Doctrine by MNLU-A [Oct 20]: Register!

About the Webinar

Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad is going to organise a webinar.


Theme

Economic Analysis and the Premises of Contract and Tort Doctrine


About the Speaker

Professor Stearns, Venable, Baetjer & Howard Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, is an interdisciplinary scholar. He applies the methodologies of economics, broadly defined, to study private and public law, along with institutional decision-making processes.

His work combines such tools as neoclassical economics, interest group theory, social choice, and game theory, among others, to study legal doctrines and lawmaking systems. Much of his work centers on structural aspects of constitutional decision making in the Supreme Court, along with such specific doctrines as standing, the commerce clause, and equal protection.

His most recent book, Law and Economics: Private and Public (West Academic 2018) (with Todd Zywicki and Tom Miceli), comprehensively applies a broad range of economic methodologies to subject matters across the law school curriculum.


Important Details

Webinar Date: October 20, 2020

Last Date of Registration: October 18th, 2020

Time: 5:30 PM IST

Platform: Cisco Webex


The registration link is here.

Contact Info

Faculty Co-ordinators

Mrs. Neha Tripathi (Assistant Professor of Law)

Ms. Soumya Rajsingh (Assistant Professor of Law)

E-mail ID: tcljournal@mnlua.ac.in

Soumya Thakur: 8319985649

Sulabh Gupta: 9672011561

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