Volume 48, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2010

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15th Annual Frankel Lecture Videos

15th Annual Frankel Lecture: “The Cost/Benefit Analysis of Environmental Regulation” held on November 3, 2010.


The videos are high resolution and split into 5 parts:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

Keynote Speaker: Professor Richard L. Revesz, Lawrence King Professor of Law and Dean of New York University School of Law

Commentator: Douglas A. Kysar, Joseph M. Field ’55 Professor of Law, Yale Law School

Commentator: Alexander Volokh, Assistant Professor of Law, Emory Law

Volume 47, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2009

The Fourteenth Annual Frankel Lecture

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Registration Open for 2010 Frankel Lecture

Registration for the the 15th Annual Frankel Lecture is now available online. Please see the Frankel Lecture page for details, or register now.

Volume 46, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2008

The Thirteenth Annual Frankel Lecture

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The 12th Annual Frankel Lecture: A Tribute

This marks the twelfth year the Houston Law Review has hosted the Frankel Lecture, which for each year since its inception has drawn acclaimed scholars from diverse areas of law and from all across the United States to present their scholarship at the University of Houston Law Center and to publish their work in the Houston Law Review. The Law Review and the Law Center owe a great debt of gratitude to the Frankel Family Foundation for its continued support of this rich academic venture. But we owe more. In fact the Houston Law Review itself owes its very existence to the kindness and generosity of Houston businessman and oil industry icon Maurice Frankel, whose fondness for early Law Center Dean Newell Blakely and friendship with alumnus Sybil Belasco led him to make a sizeable, and anonymous, donation to the Law Center to fund the start of the Houston Law Review over 46 years ago. We are eternally grateful for Mr. Frankel’s foresight, his fondness for giving, his commitment to promoting education, and his desire to make Houston a better community. And for the foundation which bears his name and for his family which carries on his legacy of generosity, we pay tribute to Mr. Maurice Frankel and dedicate this issue, containing the scholarship from the Twelfth Annual Frankel Lecture, in his memory.

The Twelfth Annual Frankel Lecture

Volume 45, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2007

The Twelfth Annual Frankel Lecture

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Volume 43, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2005

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Volume 42, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2004

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Position Letter

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Volume 41, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2003

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Volume 40, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2002

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Volume 38, Number 1: Frankel Lecture 2001

Welcome and Introduction

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Volume 37, Number 2: Frankel Lecture 2000

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