- Professor Christopher Walker, Ohio State Law
- Professor Margot Kaminski, Ohio State Law
- Professor Christina Mulligan, Ohio State Law
Gregory S. McNeal, Associate Professor of Law and Public Policy at Pepperdine School of Law, discusses the FAA’s approach to regulating the tiniest of drones: microdrones.
Free markets have exponentially improved the well-being of humanity and lifted more people out of poverty than any government program. But severe inequalities persist, and gaps have widened in the past thirty years. Is this a problem in and of itself? Or only to the extent it is caused by unfairly distorting the market with the help of government – so-called “crony capitalism" – as opposed to the inherently unique capabilities of each individual? How should the law be structured to ensure a level playing field?
This panel was presented at the 2016 National Student Symposium on Friday, February 26, 2016, at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Panel I: Capitalism and Inequality
University of Virginia School of Law