The UArizona Freedom Center Justice, Law, and Capitalism Talk Series presents an in-depth examination of ESG through the insights of nationally renowned scholars. They will explore the multidisciplinary dimensions of ESG, as an instantiation of private law embodying justice concerns, and address both its legitimacy and broader social and economic implications.

All of the talks will be held in Social Sciences 224 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. They are open to faculty, students, and the public, but space is limited.

The Talk Series is curated by Saura Masconale, Freedom Center Associate Director and Assistant Professor of Political Economy and Moral Science, and Simone Sepe, Freedom Center Faculty, Chester H. Smith Professor, and Professor of Law and Finance.


Speakers for the 2024 Justice Law and Capitalism series

William Bratton, Penn Carey Law School, Nicholas F. Gallicchio Professor of Law, Emeritus – Thursday February 15

Elizabeth Pollman, Penn Carey Law School, Professor of Law; Co-Director, Institute for Law & Economics – Thursday February 29

Jessica Flanigan, University of Richmond, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies and Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law, Richard L. Morrill Chair in Ethics & Democratic Values – Thursday April 4

Brian Berkey, Wharton Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department, Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics – Thursday April 11

For more information, contact Saura Masconale.