CANCELLED - Kathleen E. Akers and Lynne Marie Kohm - "Law and Economics in Jane Austen"

Friday, April 17, 2020 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Event Presenter/Author: 
Kathleen E. Akers and Lynne Marie Kohm
**This event has been cancelled. We hope to reschedule in the coming months.**
 
Kathleen E. Akers and Lynne Marie Kohm discuss Law and Economics in Jane Austen. A Q&A and signing will follow their discussion.
 
At the Co-op
 
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About the book: Law and Economics in Jane Austen traces principles of law and economics in love, romance, and relationships as set out in the novels of Jane Austen, unveiling how those meticulous principles still control today’s modern romance. Learn fascinating new insights into law and economics, and discover that while culture may have changed over 300 years, principles of law and economics remain staples of modern romance – which is why Jane Austen continues to fascinate the modern mind. 
 
About Kathleen E. Akers: Kathleen E. Akers is an analyst at Epsilon Economics in Chicago, Illinois, specializing in applying economics to intellectual property disputes and valuation, and has performed extensive economic analysis for federal district court, international arbitration, the US International Trade Commission, and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. She holds a BA in Economics from the University of Chicago (2016) and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business (2019), specializing in finance, economics, econometrics, and statistics.
 
About Lynne Marie Kohm: Lynne Marie Kohm (BA Albany, 1980, JD Syracuse, 1988) is professor and John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  Kohm has taught family law, and wills, trusts and estates at Regent University’s law school since 1994 and at William aand Mary School of Law in 2000, and she guest lectured at Cornell University in the 1990s. Her work has focused on legal research and scholarship on women’s issues, children, wealth transfer, and marriage for which she received the Chancellor’s Award at Regent University in 2005.
 
 
Event Location: 
Seminary Co-op
5751 S Woodlawn Ave
Chicago, IL 60637