2016 National Student Symposium - "Poverty, Inequality, and the Law" University of Virginia School of Law - February 26-27, 2016 Friday, February 26, 03:00 PMUniversity of Virginia School of Law
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903
The Federalist Society of the University of Virginia School of Law is excited to host the 35th National Student Symposium on February 26-27, 2016. 2016 Annual Florida Chapters Conference
On the topic of poverty, liberals claim the moral high ground. Their response includes federal and local interventions including entitlements, higher taxes, and a generally bigger and more active government. Despite liberals' insistence to the contrary, conservatives and libertarians also care about the poor, but they have their own ideas about how to lift people out of poverty. This symposium will explore these ideas.
This panel was part of the 2016 Annual Florida Chapters Conference at Disney's Boardwalk Inn in Lake Buena Vista, FL on January 22-23, 2016.
A Conversation on Free Enterprise and Economic Development
- Mr. Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce
- Interviewer: Mr. Jesse Panuccio, Former Executive Director, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity
Disney's Boardwalk Inn Short video featuring Gregory S. McNeal
Lake Buena Vista, FL
Gregory S. McNeal February 02, 2016
Gregory S. McNeal, Associate Professor of Law and Public Policy at Pepperdine School of Law, explains the FAA’s distinction between the commercial and the recreational use of drones, questioning whether or not this distinction is important. Short Video with Richard Epstein
Professor Richard Epstein, Professor of Law at NYU School of Law, continues to give an brief history of unions and collective bargaining -- focusing on changes in markets resulting from globalization and discussing the instance of unions in the Japanese automobile industry. Short Video with Richard Epstein
Professor Richard Epstein, Professor of Law at NYU School of Law, gives a brief history of unions and collective bargaining - beginning with the New Deal and the industrial age and running through some of the changes in our economy over the last 80 years.