Author Archives: Martha McCluskey

ClassCrits XI Conference Call for Papers

Rising Together for Economic Hope, Power and Justice Co-Sponsored by West Virginia University College of Law & ClassCrits Morgantown, West Virginia November 2-3, 2018 Call for Partipation available here. Conference information here.     Advertisements

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ClassCrits Website has moved!

As of Nov. 2017, ClassCrits has a new website, http://www.classcrits.org  with newly expanded capacity to support our annual conference and network of scholars, students and activists interested in critical analysis of economic inequality and law. For information on our conferences, … Continue reading

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ClassCrits X, Nov.10-11 2017, Tulane University School of Law: Save the Date !

As we move into the challenges of 2017, we’re looking forward gathering for a fabulous 10th Anniversary conference in New Orleans Nov. 10-11. Mark your calendars now, and check back in February for the call for papers (and other forms … Continue reading

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Thanks to Loyola University Chicago School of Law for hosting ClassCrits IX!

Kudos to Professor Steven Ramirez and Loyola University Chicago School of Law for hosting our recent event, The New Corporatocracy and Election 2016.  Loyola Chicago Law’s social justice  mission made it an inspiring venue for our discussions, and we appreciate … Continue reading

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Law faculty letter on investor-state arbitration

June 19, 2016 A group of law faculty and economists is organizing faculty signatures on a letter opposing the inclusion of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).  The … Continue reading

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Save the Date! ClassCrits 9 Conference Oct. 21-22, 2016

The New Corporatocracy and Election 2016 (preliminary title) Loyola University Chicago School of Law We are very excited to announce that the Loyola University Chicago School of Law will host next year’s ClassCrits conference in Chicago Illinois on Oct. 21-22, … Continue reading

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Police bias against victims of domestic & sexual violence

Re-posting this important survey from Move to End Violence .  This is relevant to the ClassCrits VIII conference this past October at University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Law, where thought-provoking discussion and presentations emphasized the multidimensional nature of the … Continue reading

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