John Locke Inc.: Professor David Armitage’s Thoughts on an Unexplored Aspect of An Intellectual Giant

On December 1st, the final iteration of the fall portion of the Seminar on Corporations & International Law’s Guest Speaker Series welcomed an especially distinguished guest, Professor David Armitage of Harvard University. Professor Armitage, the Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, is the author of innumerable works including the award winning “The Ideological Origins of Read more about John Locke Inc.: Professor David Armitage’s Thoughts on an Unexplored Aspect of An Intellectual Giant[…]

Kretek Capitalism & Tobacco Litigation: Welker & Puig on how Tobacco’s Proponents Attempt to Defeat Tobacco Control Measures

On October 20th the third iteration of the Seminar on Corporations & International Law’s Guest Speaker Series welcomed Professor Marina Welker of Cornell University and Professor Sergio Puig of the University of Arizona to present on the topic of tobacco control measures. Professor Welker, an anthropologist, detailed her experiences studying the role of tobacco in Read more about Kretek Capitalism & Tobacco Litigation: Welker & Puig on how Tobacco’s Proponents Attempt to Defeat Tobacco Control Measures[…]