Moral Values and Private Law II
The River Room, King’s College London
Thursday 13 (9.30 – 18.30) and Friday 14 (9.30 – 16.30) December 2012
The School of Law is pleased to announce the second of its Moral Values and Private Law conferences, taking place December 13 and 14 at King’s. The general aim of the conference is to question what moral philosophy can contribute to the understanding and development of private law.
The following speakers are confirmed: Ori Herstein (King’s); Nathan Oman (William & Mary); Ben McFarlane (UCL); Simon Douglas (Oxford); Avihay Dorfman (Tel Aviv); Jason Neyers (UWO); Henry Smith (Harvard); Andrew Gold (De Paul); Robert Stevens (Oxford); Craig Rotherham (Nottingham); Dori Kimel (Oxford); Frederick Wilmot-Smith (Oxford).
The conference is being organised by Dr Irit Samet and Dr Sandy Steel (King’s College London). If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that there are limited spaces. There will be a registration fee of £30 to cover the cost of lunch and refreshments on both days.