- February 20 – 22 – CSLS Cosponsored Symposium – Anti-Black Violence in Brazil and the U.S.
- Monday, February 25 – CSLS Speaker Series – Ke Li, Assistant Professor of Political Science, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York – Marriage Unbound: Divorce Litigation, Power, and Inequality in Contemporary China
- Tuesday, February 26 – CSLS Cosponsored Colloquium – Trevor Gardner, University of Washington – Immigrant Sanctuary As The “Old Normal”: A Brief History Of Police Federalism – with Franklin Zimring as discussant
- Thursday, February 28 – CSLS Cosponsored Event – Evidence, Replication and Ethics in Ethnographic Research– Steven Lubet, Northwestern University & Martín Sánchez-Jankowski, UC Berkeley. Moderator Calvin Morrill. A Center for Ethnographic Research Event.
- Monday, March 4 – CSLS Speaker Series – Eve Darian Smith, UC Irvine – “Legal Pluralism in Postcolonial, Postnational, and Postdemocratic Times”
- Tuesday, March 5 – CSLS Book Event – Richard Abel, UCLA – Law’s Wars: The Fate of the Rule of Law in the US ‘War on Terror’ & Law’s Trials: The Performance of Legal Institutions in the US ‘War on Terror’ (Cambridge University Press)
- Monday, March 11 – CSLS Speaker Series – Kathryne Young, University of Massachusetts, Amherst – “New Directions in Legal Education Research”
- Monday, March 18 – CSLS Speaker Series – Rachel Stern, UC Berkeley – “The Challenges of Data-Driven Governance: Evidence from the Chinese Courts”
- Monday, March 18 – CSLS Cosponsored Book Event – Renisa Mawani, University of British Columbia – Across Oceans of Law: The Komagata Maru and Jurisdiction in the Time of Empire (Duke University Press)
- Wednesday, March 20 – CSLS 5th Annual Robert A Kagan Lecture in Law and Regulation – Jodi Short, UC Hastings College of the Law – “The Politics of Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance”
- Thursday, April 11 – CSLS Symposium – Organizations and Change: Philip Selznick Centennial Symposium – Inspired by the 70th Anniversary of Philip Selznick’s TVA and the Grass Roots and the 50th Anniversary of his Law, Society and Industrial Justice on the Centennial of his Birth
- Wednesday, April 24 – A Conversation in Law and Society – Richard Delgado, University of Alabama Law School – Professor Delgado will be interviewed by Professor Jonathan Simon
The Center supports theoretically-based, empirical research on new developments at the interplay of law and society in contemporary and historical contexts. While part of Berkeley’s School of Law, the Center fosters a multi- disciplinary context in which UC Berkeley faculty and graduate students from many departments interact and engage with visiting socio-legal scholars from universities in the United States and abroad.
– Jonathan Simon, Faculty Director
– Rosann Greenspan, Executive Director