Saturday, February 8, 2014
I am delighted to be moderating a panel at today's conference on Love and Law at Pepperdine:
I am moderating the panel today on Love and Law, Violence and Freedom (3:45 - 5:15 p.m.):
- Jeff Baker (Pepperdine), Trifling Violence: The U.S. Supreme Court, Domestic Violence and a Theory of Love
- David Dominguez (BYU), Turning Juvenile Detention Hearings into Community Healing: Why Settle for the Minimum of American Law When We Are Called to Fulfill God’s Justice?
- Jim Gash (Pepperdine), Putting Agape into Action: How the Partnership between Pepperdine Law School and the Ugandan Judiciary Sets Juvenile Prisoners Free
Other speakers include:
- Stephen Bainbridge (UCLA), The Relevance of Agape to Fiduciary Duties, If Any
- Wayne Barnes (Texas A&M), Render Unto Rawls: Law, Gospel and the Evangelical Fallacy
- Thomas C. Berg (St. Thomas (Minnesota)), Love and Intellectual Property
- Lynn Branham (Saint Louis), 'What's Love Got to Do With It?' Incarceration in the United States and Conditions of Confinement
- Perry Dane (Rutgers-Camden), The Law of Love
- L.O Natt Gantt II (Regent), Teaching Agape to Law Students
- Lyman Johnson (Washington & Lee), Love and Corporate Theory
- Jennifer Lee Koh (Western State), Love, Grace, and the Immigration Laws
- Brant Lee (Akron), Whiteness, Inequality and Love
- Charles Mathewes (Virginia), "Be Instructed, All You Who Judge the Earth": The Dialectic of Law and Love during the World According to Augustine
- Jeffrie Murphy (Arizona State), Christian Love and Criminal Punishment
- Jerry Organ (St. Thomas (Minnesota), Agape and Legal Education
- Eric Rasmusen (Indiana), Agape, the Golden Rule, the Rule of Law, and Wealth Maximization: All the Same Idea?
- Victor C. Romero (Penn State), The Prodigal Illegal: Christian Love and the Legal Status of Unauthorized Migrants
- Michael Scaperlanda (Oklahoma), Love, Law, and the Immigrant
- Robert Vischer (Dean, St. Thomas (Minnesota)), Is Agape the Last, Best Hope for the Legal Profession?
- James Boyd White (Michigan), Agape: The Activity of Reframing