Friday, October 9, 2009

Walter Block World Tour 2009-10 (Updated)

Oct 15: Baton Rouge, LA. Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, near the intersection of Highland & Dalrymple, room 110, from 12:40 to 1:40pm; topic: “Legalizing drugs, all drugs; save lives, empty prisons and hospitals, promote justice,” contact: Andre Collins Gaudin Jr, 504-669-2125 504-669-2125,

Oct 21–24: Salamanca, Spain. Mises Supporters Conference

Oct 31: Grove City College, Grove City, PA. Mises Lecture Austrian Student Scholars’ Conference “My 41 years as an Austrian economist;” contact: Jeff Herbener:;

Nov 4: Williamsburg VA 23188; William & Mary Law School, 613 South Henry Street, 1–3pm; room #[tba]; contact: Amanda DeVuono,, 571-970-7725 571-970-7725, topic: “Is the market racist? Sexist? No.”

Nov 4: Richmond, VA 23173; University of Richmond School of Law, Moot Court Room, 28 Westhampton Way, Contact: Margaret Harker,, 240-481-1872 240-481-1872, 4pm; Topic: welfare state? Topic: Medical socialism, commentator: Dr. Karen Swisher Professor of Health Law with the Department of Health Administration at VCU/MCV where she teaches in the MHA (Masters in Health Administration) Program.

Nov 5: Charlottesville, VA 22903; UVA School of Law, 580 Massie Rd, room #[tba]. Contact: Alex Cox,, 517-614-0473 517-614-0473; noon; Topic: drug legalization

Nov 5: Lexington, Virginia 24450; Washington and Lee University Law School, 5:15pm, Sydney Lewis Hall. AKA “The Law School,” room A or B; Topic: The Market is NOT Sexist nor Racist: the Black-White, the Male-Female Wage Gap, and the Glass Ceiling. Contact: Robert Merting, Email and phone number for Merting have been removed at his request.

Feb 1: Touro Law School, noon–2:00pm; 225 Eastview Drive, Central Islip, New York 11722, topic: [tba], contact Yan Katsnelson 917-495-7002 917-495-7002,; 917 495 7002 917 495 7002

Feb 1: New York City, NY. New York Law School, 5:00–7:00pm; street address; room number; topic: [tba], contact: William Daks;;

Feb 2: New York City, NY. Fordham University Law School, 12:30–2:00 pm, 140 West 62nd Street, between Columbus and Amsterdam. Room 302, topic: [tba]; contact: Reuvain Borchardt,, 718-406-4029 718-406-4029

Feb 2: New York City, NY 10012 New York University Law School, 40 Washington Square South; accessible to the ACEBDFV subways, which are one block west at Sixth Avenue and Third Street; 4:00-6:00pm, room number; topic: [tba], topic: rent control, tentatively; contact: Andrew Kloster,, 847-544-8651 847-544-8651

Feb 2: New York City, Columbia University, 8–10pm; topic: Austrian Economics and Libertarian Political Philosophy; contact: John David Fernandez, Columbia College, Vice President, Columbia University Libertarians;;

For those of you who are new to EPJ and don't know who Walter Block is, here is his web site.

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