The editors of the Mercer Law Review have invited me to present my work on Ronald Coase, cattle trespass, and nuisance law at their Annual Symposium, which is scheduled to take place this Friday, October 7, 2022. (See the full schedule below.) The symposium is open to all and will be “live-streamed” for free, but you must register here. P.S.: My panel will take place in the early afternoon, starting at 12:45 PM Eastern, and my co-panelists include my colleague and friend Cathren Page (Mercer), who will speak on the problem of “post-truthism,” as well as Matt Saleh (Cornell), who will address the following fascinating question: How do law’s narratives construct one of its central objects: the human body? For my part, my talk will be devoted to one of the most famous legal narratives of all time: Ronald Coase’s cattle-trespass parable in his landmark paper “The Problem of Social Cost.” (The tentative title of my talk is “Coase’s Parable“.)
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