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Michigan Law School Fourth Annual Junior Scholars' Conference

On April 13-14, 2018, the University of Michigan Law School will host its fourth Junior Scholars' Conference.  The conference brings together promising junior scholars to present their work and receive feedback from prominent Michigan Law School faculty.  It aims to promote fruitful research collaboration between its participants and to encourage their integration in a community of legal scholars.

The Call for Papers may be found here.

CONTACT INFORMATION

University of Michigan Law School Junior Scholars' Conference Chair:
Gianluca Mazzoni
law-doconf@umich.edu

Center for International and Comparative Law
University of Michigan Law School
200 Hutchins Hall
625 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1215


 


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Friday, APRIL 13, 2018 (1225 South Hall)


7:45 - 8:30 A.M.

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30 - 8:40 A.M.

Greetings  

8:40 - 9:00 A.M.

Keynote Speaker:  Professor Douglas A. Kahn, Paul G. Kauper Professor of Law Emeritus (U-M Law School ) 

9:00 - 10:30 A.M.

Panel I - Health Law

Faculty Discussant:  Professor Nicholas Bagley, Professor of Law (U-M Law School)

Moderator:  Martinho de Almeida Garrett Lucas Pires (Nova University of Lisbon; Michigan Grotius Research Scholar, U-M Law School)

  • Govind Persad (Johns Hopkins University):  "International Reference Coverage: A New Route to Achieving Affordable and Sustainable American Health Care"
  • Giulia Schneider (Universta Commerciale Luigi Bocconi): "Healthcare as a Digital Business: Regulatory Paths for the Algorithmic Health Society"
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  • Theodosia Stavroulaki (European University Institute and New York University):  "Unravelling Ariadne's Thread: Antitrust v. Professionalism, Friends or Foe?"

10:30 - 10:40 A.M.

Coffee Break

10:40 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.

Panel II - Between International Human Rights and Family Law

Faculty Discussant:  Professor Julian Davis Mortenson, Professor of Law (U-M Law School)

Moderator: David Hughes (Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto; Michigan Grotius Research Scholar, U-M Law School)

  • Mirjam Streng (Tel Aviv University): "Asylum Seekers and School Choice: Analyzing Asylum Seeker Rights and State Obligations Under International Law"
  • Nausica Palazzo (University of Trento and University of Michigan): "How Conservatives' Animus Toward Same-Sex Couples has "Queered" Family Law"

11:30 - 11:40 A.M.

Coffee Break

11:40 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.

Panel III - Moral Market and Moral Outrage

Faculty Discussant:  Professor Donald H. Regan, William W. Bishop, Jr. Collegiate Professor of Law, (U-M Law School)

Moderator: Nika Bacic Selanec (University of Zagreb; Michigan Grotius Research Scholar, U-M Law School)

  • Sam Fox Krauss (University of Texas): "The Moral Market: Indifference, Allocative Inefficiency, and the Missed Opportunity for Moral Progress"
  • Duane Rudolph (Peking University): "On Moral Outrage in Judicial Opinions"

12:30 - 1:30 P.M.

Lunch (Lawyers Club)

1:30 - 1:45 P.M.

Short Tour (leaves from Lawyers Club)

2:00 - 3:20 P.M.

Panel IV - Corporate Law

Faculty Discussant:  Professor Gabriel Rauterberg, Assistant Professor of Law, (U-M Law School)

Moderator:  Mikovhe Maphiri (University of Cape Town; Michigan Grotius Research Scholar, U-M Law School)

  • Sarah E. Light (University of Pennsylvania): "The Law of the Corporation as Environmental Law"
  • James D. Nelson (University of Houston): "Corporate Disestablishment"
  • Elysa M. Dishman (Brigham Young University): "The Generals and the Company"
  • Dalit Flaiszhaker (Tel Aviv University): "Stability and the Real Economy in Financial Regulation"

3:20 - 3:30 P.M.

Coffee Break

3:30 - 5:00 P.M.

Panel V - Tax Law

Faculty Discussant:  Professor James R. Hines Jr., L. Hart Wright Collegiate Professor of Law, (U-M Law School)

Moderator:  Gianluca Mazzoni (SJD Candidate, U-M Law School)

  • Max W. Risch (University of Michigan): "Do Pass-Through Owners Pass Tax Burdens Through to Their Workers?"
  • Leopolodo Parada (Universidad de Valencia and University of Turin): "Hybrid Entities and Conflicts of Allocation of Income Within Tax Treaties: Is the New Article 1(2) OECD Model [Article 3(1) MLI] the Best Solution Available?"

  • Nir Fishbien (University of Michigan): "From a Tax-Haven with Love: Surrey's Papers and the Original Intent(s) of Subpart-F"

7:30 P.M.

Dinner (Melange Bistro - 312 South Main Street)

SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2018 (1225 SOUTH HALL)

7:30 - 8:15 A.M.

Continental Breakfast

8:15 - 9:15 A.M.

Panel VI - Tax Law

Faculty Discussant:  Professor Yoram Keinan (U-M Law School)

Moderator:  Shay Moyal (SJD Student, U-M Law School)

  • Amir Pichhadze (Deakin University): "Delineating Transactions with 'Mixed Supplies' in Transfer Pricing Law: The Need to Transplant Guiding Principles from Consumption Tax Law"

  • Chiara Francioso (University of Milan - Bicocca):  "The Debate on Tax Rulings in the European Union, Addressing the Downside of a Means of Tax Compliance in the EU Single Market"
  • Giorgio Beretta (LIUC University):  "Cross-Border Mobility of Individuals and the Lack of Fiscal Policy Coordination among Jurisdictions (even) after BEPS"

9:15 - 9:30 A.M.

Coffee Break

9:30 - 10:30 A.M.

Panel VII - Copyright Law

Faculty Discussant:  Professor Nicholson Price, Assistant Professof of Law (U-M Law School)

Moderator:  Aviram Shahal (SJD Candidate, U-M Law School)

  • Tehila Rozencwaig-Feldman (Bar-Ilan University):  "When Two Become One: Re-Examining the Doctrine of Joint Authoriship"
  • Omri Alter (Hebrew University):  "Fairness Towards Authors: Does It Necessarily Mean Caring for the Weak?"

10:30 - 11:00 A.M. 

Closing Remarks

11:00 A.M.
 

Lunch - Zingerman's Deli Bags



Panel I - health law:

Govind Persad:  "International Reference Coverage: A New Route to Achieving Affordable and Sustainable American Health Care"
Giulia Schneider:  "Healthcare as a Digital Business: Regulatory Paths for the Algorithmic Health Society"
Theodosia Stavroulaki:  "Unravelling Ariadne's Thread: Antitrust v. Professionalism, Friends or Foes?

PANEL II - between international human rights and family law:

Mirjam Streng:  "Asylum Seekers and School Choice: Analyzing Asylum Seeker Rights and State Obligations under International Law"
Nausica Palazzo:  "How Conservatives' Animus Toward Same-Sex Couples has "Queered" Family Law"

PANEL III - moral market and moral outrage:

Sam Fox Krauss:  "The Moral Market: Indifference, Allocative Inefficiency, and the Missed Opportunity for Moral Progress"
Duane Rudolph:  "On Moral Outrage in Judicial Opinions"

PANEL IV - Corporate law:

Sarah E. Light:  "The Law of the Corporation as Environmental Law"
James D. Nelson:  "Corporate Disestablishment"
Elysa M. Dishman:  "The Generals and the Company"
Dalit Flaiszhaker:  "Stability and the Real Economy in Financial Regulation"

PANEL V - Tax law:

Max W. Risch:  "Do Pass-Through Owners Pass Tax Burdens Through to Their Workers?"
Leopoldo Parada:  "Hybrid Entitites and Conflicts of Allocation of Income WIthin Tax Treaties: Is the New Article 1(2) OECD Model [Article 3(1) MLI] the Best Solution Available?"
Nir Fishbien:  "From a Tax-Haven with Love: Surrey's Papers and the Original Intent(s) of Subpart-F"

PANEL VI - Tax Law:

Amir Pichhadze:  "Delineating Transactions with 'Mixed Supplies' in Transfer Pricing Law: The Need to Transplant Guiding Principles from Consumption Tax Law"
Chiara Francioso:  "The Debate on Tax Rulings in the European Union, Addressing the Downside of a Means of Tax Compliance in the EU Single Market"
Giorgio Berreta:  "Cross-Border Mobility of Individuals and the Lack of Fiscal Policy Coordination among Jurisdictions (even) after BEPS"

Panel VII - Copyright Law:

Tehila Rozencwaig:  "When Two Become One: Re-Examination the Doctrine of Joint Authorship"
Omri Alter:  "Fairness Towards Authors: Does it Necessarily Mean Caring for the Weak?"






CONTACT INFORMATION

University of Michigan Law School Junior Scholars' Conference Chair:

Gianluca Mazzoni
law-doconf@umich.edu

Center for International & Comparative Law
University of Michigan Law School
200 Hutchins Hall
625 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1215

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AirRide (airport bus): Least expensive. Be sure to read the information about where to board AirRide at Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW).

Airport Shuttles: More expensive but will pick you up and drop you off at your door. Convenient if you have heavy luggage. Advance reservations usually needed; some shuttles (example:  Custom Transit Shuttle or Ann Arbor Airport Shuttle) allow online reservations. Destination Ann Arbor has a list of airport shuttles. (Access the "Transportation" tab under "Accommodations".)

Taxi: Most expensive. From the airport, follow the signs to Ground Transportation. To the airport, contact a taxi company that services Ann Arbor such as Blue Car, Ann Arbor Metro Airport Car, or Michigan Green Cars.

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CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE - U-M Law School;

Gianluca Mazzoni, Michigan Grotius S.J.D., Conference Chair

Shay Moyal, Michigan Grotius S.J.D., Assistant Conference Chair

Mikovhe Maphiri, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Nir Fishbien, S.J.D 
Martinho de Almeida Garrett Lucas Pires, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Tamar (Tami) Groswald Ozery, S.J.D.
Yahli Shershevsky, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
David Hughes, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Tom Temprosa, S.J.D.
Max Waltman, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Lauren Nishimura, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Aviram Shahal, S.J.D.
Chun-Han Chen, S.J.D.
Alexandre Vt. Ruiz Feases, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Xu Haiyan, S.J.D. 
Luo Yi, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Ul Stueckemann, Michigan Grotius Research Scholar
Mine Orer, LL.M.