The Common Law in an Age of Regulation

Location: Notre Dame London Law Centre

Notre Dame Law Professors A.J. Bellia and Jeff Pojanowski will host a conference, “The Common Law in an Age of Regulation," on February 6, 2015 at the Notre Dame London Law Centre. The world’s legal systems that claim the common law as their heritage operate today in an age of increasing statutory and administrative regulation. The conference will gather scholars from Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States to consider six papers that address the role of the common law in an age of regulation.

Participants will include:

Amy Coney Barrett, Notre Dame Law School

Allan Beever, AUT Law School, New Zealand

A.J. Bellia, Notre Dame Law School

Barry Cushman, Notre Dame Law School

Erin F. Delaney, Northwestern University School of Law

James Goudkamp, University of Oxford

Randy J. Kozel, Notre Dame Law School

James Lee, Kings College London

Andrea Pin, University of Turin

Jeff Pojanowski, Notre Dame Law School

Amanda Tyler, Berkeley Law

Rachael Walsh, Trinity College Dublin

Mark D. Walters, Queen’s University, Canada

Paul Yowell, Oriel College, Oxford

Full conference program here—Common Law in an Age of Regulation: U.S. and Commonwealth Perspectives