June 27, 2014
Brendan Maher Invited to Speak at Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum
Date: June 27-28, 2014
Venue: Room 280B, Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA 94305
Topic: Each year, Harvard, Stanford, and Yale host a forum highlighting the work of scholars recently appointed to a tenure-track faculty position. Only twelve to twenty scholars, via blind peer review, are chosen to present their work each year. This year, Brendan Maher was invited to speak at this prestigious forum. He will present his work on June 28, 2014. For more information about the forum, please visit Stanford Law School’s website.
Materials: Mr. Maher prepared materials for the forum, including a draft copy of the article he intends to publish. (Update – Mr. Maher published the article he presented at this forum in the Minnesota Law Review. It is called Regulating Employment Based-Anything and is available for download through the Social Science Research Network.)
Suggested citation: Brendan S. Maher, Presenter, Employment-Based Systems, 15th Annual Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum, Stanford Law School, Palo Alto, CA, (June 28, 2014).