O LAWLE 2017, organizado pelo EPRG, correrá nos dias 16 e 17 de novembro de 2017 na UnB e no IDP.
Vejam abaixo detalhes dos currículos dos profs. Nuno Garoupa e Emerson Tiller.
We are pleased to announce that profs. Nuno Garoupa, Texas A&M University School of Law and Emerson Tiller, PRITZKER School of Law, Northwestern University, have just confirmed their participation in LAWLE 2017.
Nuno Garoupa is Professor of Law & Convener, Program of Law and Social Science, Texas A&M University School of Law and holds the Chair in Research Innovation, Católica Global School of Law, Lisbon, Portugal. He served as President of Fundação Francisco Manuel dos Santos, Lisbon, Portugal (2014-2016) and taught at University of Illinois College of Law (2007-2015), Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal (2001-2007) and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain (1998-2001). He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of York (UK), also holds an LLM from the University of London. Nuno has a long established research interest in the economics of law and legal institutions and comparative judicial politics. He has served as Vice-President of the European Association of Law and Economics (2004-2007), Member of the Boards of the International Society for New Institutional Economics (2006-2009) and of the Latin America and Caribbean Law and Economics Association (2009-2011), and co-editor of the Review of Law and Economics (2004-2010) and of the International Review of Law and Economics (since 2012). He has been awarded the Spanish Julian Marias Research Prize 2010.
Click here for a detailed list of prof. Garoupa’s publications.
Emerson H. Tiller joined the Northwestern faculty in 2003 as a Professor of Law with a courtesy appointment at the Kellogg School of Management as Professor of Business Law. Prior to joining the Northwestern faculty, Professor Tiller was a professor at the University of Texas, Graduate School of Business, where he also directed of the Center for Business, Technology and Law. His research has primarily focused on empirical and theoretical analyses of political forces in regulatory and judicial decision-making.
Professor Tiller has also examined the legal and strategic management of intellectual property. He has published numerous papers in law and economic journals as well as law reviews, and has won research grants and fellowships for his work (including awards from the National Academies of Science, the John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics, and the Bradley Foundation).