Law and Economics: A Guided Tour
The University of Chicago has been at the forefront of the law and economics movement since its modern conception. But what exactly is law and economics all about? Jim Leitzel, who has taught law and economics in the College for nearly a decade, offers a guided tour through some of the highlights. Fellow travelers will visit the British Museum and a deserted isle, mingle with Vladimir Nabokov and Jeremy Bentham, and purchase heroin and human kidneys. No visas and no immunizations are necessary, but a sense of adventure and discovery will help open up the unexpected vistas of law and economics.
Members of the Chicago Society, Harper Society, or Phoenix Society are welcome to attend free of charge, along with one guest, when registering in advance. To take advantage of this benefit or request more information, please e-mail email@example.com with your name, the name of your guest, and your contact information.
This lecture is part of the Harper Lecture series offered to the University community across the country and around the world by the University of Chicago Alumni Association. Named for the University's first president, William Rainey Harper, the series carries on his vision of broadly accessible and innovative education. For more information about educational opportunities (including study trips, online resources, and more), visit the alumni education resources page on the Alumni and Friends website.
$20/person general admission
$10/person for young alumni (Young alumni are College graduates of the past 10 years and professional school graduates of the past 5 years.)
Includes program and reception
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