The 2019 Summer Institute in Law and Economics at the University of Chicago Law School is in its 8th summer and this year’s organizing theme –Regulation of Consumer Markets – is set as an timely and illuminating topic in which to delve more deeply into the tools and techniques of law and economics. For the past seven summers, experienced and more junior scholars/academics as well judges, policy makers, and advanced students have come to University of Chicago Law School to engage in two weeks of rigorous course work and debate. In addition to the four intensive courses, there are special lectures and an opportunity to present non-published academic works in progress.
The event will take place from 8 to 19 July. The details regarding the curriculum, faculty, application and tuition fee are available on the website.