Where are the women? Not organizing or participating in very many colloquia at NYU Law, apparently.

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Fall 2009 Colloquia

Constitutional Theory Colloquium
Professors David Golove and Richard Pildes

Hauser Colloquium:   Interdisciplinary Approaches to International Law
Professor Ryan Goodman

Colloquium in Legal, Political and Social Philosophy
Professors Ronald Dworkin and Thomas Nagel

Colloquium on Law, Economics and Politics
Professors John Ferejohn and Lewis Kornhauser

Legal History Colloquium
Professor William Nelson

Hoffinger Criminal Justice Colloquium
Professor  James Jacobs

Spring 2010 Colloquia

Institute for International Law and Justice Colloquium
Professors Benedict Kingsbury and J. H. H. Weiler

Law and Economics Colloquium
Professors Barry Adler and Oren Bar-Gill

Legal History Colloquium
Professors Daniel Hulsebosch and John Phillip Reid

Tax Policy Colloquium
Professor Daniel Shaviro

Colloquium on Innovation Policy
Professors Rochelle Dreyfuss and Barton Beebe

Not surprisingly, the speakers at each colloquium are overwhelmingly male also.   Quick tallies are as follows:

Constitutional Theory Colloquium – 7 men, 2 women

Hauser Colloquium: Interdisciplinary Approaches to International Law – 7 men, 3 women (two of the men are presenting together)

Colloquium in Legal, Political and Social Philosophy – 11 men, two women (one of the women is co-presenting with one of the men)

Colloquium on Law, Economics and Politics – 5 men, 2 women

Legal History Colloquium – 9 men, 3 women (two of the men are presenting twice, so men take up 11 slots)

Hoffinger Criminal Justice Colloquium – 6 men, 1 woman

Spring 2010 Colloquia

Institute for International Law and Justice Colloquium – 8 men, 2 women

Law and Economics Colloquium – 5 men, 2 women

Legal History Colloquium – speaker list not posted

Tax Policy Colloquium – 10 men, 4 women

Colloquium on Innovation Policy – speaker list not posted

–Ann Bartow

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  2. nyhny says:

    The Spring 2010 Legal History Colloquium is being run by Daniel Hulscebosch, Annette Gordon-Reed, and John Reid

  3. Ann Bartow says:

    Annette Gordon-Reed’s name was added *after* the post went up. And I am happy to see it there now.

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