3rd Case Analysis Seminar
Event Date: Monday, April 11 to Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Location: George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, Virginia
Case Analysis Seminars allow the judges to hone their skills of economic analysis through practical applications.
Attendance is limited to 20 judges and two law-and-economics scholars. Each judge identifies a published case that he or she would like to see discussed; edited cases are distributed to all judges in advance of the seminar; one hour is devoted to each case; the judge introduces his or her case; a brief introduction to the economic concepts applicable to the case is given by the professors; and then an open discussion with participation by the judges and the professors takes place.
Format: Interactive Moderated Discussion
Schedule: 12.5 hours of discussion over three (3) days
Group Meals: Breakfast, Tuesday and Wednesday
Venue: George Mason University School of Law
Hotel: The Westin Arlington Gateway
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