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University of South Dakota School of Law

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

KCON Highlights VI: Neoliberalism; E-Commerce

Here, we continue our series of posts highlighting the proceedings at KCON XI, which are available courtesy of our friends at St. Mary's University School of Law. This set comes from the second concurrent sessions held on Saturday, February 27, 2016. You can view each video by clicking on the link following the applicable list of speakers.

Neoliberalism word cloudContract Law and Neoliberalism

  • Moderator: Dov Waisman, Southwestern Law School
  • Danielle Hart, Southwestern Law School, Contract Law & Ideology
  • Creola Johnson, The Ohio State Univesity Moritz College of Law, Contractual Duplicity: Creditors Force Consumers into Arbitration While Exploiting the Criminal Justice System to Arrests Consumers Who Cannot Pay
  • Hila Keren, Southwestern Law School, Scalia on Contracts: The Dissemination of Neoliberal Logic
  • Matthew Titolo, West Virginia, Neoliberalism’s Fine Print
  • Watch the panel video

Ecommerce globeE-Commerce

  • Moderator: Colin P. Marks, St. Mary’s University School of Law
  • Daniel Barnhizer, Michigan State University College of Law, Contracts and Automation: Exploring the Normativity of Codability
  • Stacy-Ann Elvy, New York Law School, The Internet of Things (IOT) and Bargaining Disparity
  • Max N. Helveston, DePaul University, Regulating the Digital Marketplace
  • Watch the panel video

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