A podcast on private law.
Julian Arato on International Law and Private Law
I talk with Julian Arato, Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School. Julian’s work focuses on public international law, international economic law, and private law, and he has written multiple articles on the law of treaties, international investment law and dispute resolution, international trade, contracts, and private law theory.
Liam Murphy on Conventionalism and Private Law
In this episode, I talk to Liam Murphy, Professor of Law and Philosophy at New York University. Liam works in legal, moral, and political philosophy, and has written about multiple topics, including moral duties in nonideal theory, the foundations of tax policy, private law theory, international responsibility, and the nature of law. He was also my doctoral supervisor.
Dorothy Lund on Shareholders as Regulators
In this episode, I talk with my friend and colleague Dorothy Lund, Associate Professor of Law at USC. We discuss her paper "Shareholders as Regulators."
Seana Shiffrin on Promises, Contracts, and Democracy
In this episode, I talk with Seana Shiffrin, Professor of Philosophy and Pete Kameron Professor of Law and Social Justice at UCLA. Professor Shiffrin is one of the most influential legal theorists of her generation, and has written extensively in moral, political, and legal philosophy, as well as contract law and free speech.
In this episode, we talk on her work on promises, contracts, and democratic law.
Kim Krawiec on Taboo Markets
I talk with Kim Krawiec, Sullivan and Cromwell Professor of Law at the University of Virginia. Professor Krawiec is an expert in taboo trades and financial regulation, and has written multiple articles and book chapters on these topics. We discuss taboo markets, sex work, kidney exchange, Bad Art Friend, feminism, and the limits of markets.
Greg Klass on Arthur Corbin
I talk with Greg Klass about his forthcoming paper on Arthur L. Corbin, forthcoming in Scholars of Contract Law (James Goudkamp & Donal Nolan eds., Hart Publishing).
Greg Klass is a contracts and legal theory scholar at Georgetown.