Faculty Lecture Series: Professor Kenneth Casebeer


The Faculty Lecture Series continues on Wednesday, February 9 with Professor Kenneth M. Casebeer. He will present "Distinctly American Radicals: The Rank & File and the Coastwise Longshore and General Strike of 1934" in the Law School's 4th floor faculty meeting room. The lecture begins at 12:35 p.m., following a lunch at noon in the same room. A question and answer session will follow after the lecture.

Professor Casebeer has been at Miami Law since 1974, and has served as Associate Dean. He teaches courses in constitutional law, jurisprudence, and work law: the law governing employment relations and collective bargaining. His recent publications include "Supreme Court Without a Clue: 14 Penn Plaza Inc. v. Pyett and the System of Collective Action and Collective Bargaining Under the National Labor Relations Act" and "Taking Interdependence and Production More Seriously: Toward Mutual Rationality and a More Useful Law and Economics."

He earned an A.B., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University in 1971 and a J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1974. In 1975-76, he held the position of legal scholar at the Kennedy Institute for Bio-Ethics at Georgetown University, where he taught in the Department of Philosophy.

There is limited seating for this event. To attend, RSVP to Detra Davis Fleming at ddavis@law.miami.edu. Priority will be given to those first to reply.