Everyone wants to be in Miami when the weather is good.
- Today, John Bruton, European Union ambassador to the United States, will speak at the law school on “The European Union Today: Consequences of the Constitutional impasse and Relations with the United States.” From what I gather it’s going to be popular–probably standing room only.
- Tomorrow, Professor Jan Paulsson, the international arbitrator who is visiting the Law School this semester, will give an LL.M seminar on “Law and Sports in the International Arena,” which I presume will be about the IOC and other sports bodies’ athletic controversies over alleged doping by athletes.
- Thursday, Justice Stephen G. Breyer will deliver the Cole Lecture at UM Law School. I don’t think it’s open to the public without a ticket — the faculty had to RSVP to get seats and students had to enter a lottery to get tickets. [Update: it looks like this last part is wrong — see the comments.]