Calabresi

Calabresi may refer to

  • Enrica Calabresi (1891–1944), Italian zoologist, herpetologist, and entomologist
  • Guido Calabresi (born 1932), Italian American legal scholar and judge
  • Luigi Calabresi (1937–1972), Italian police officers
  • Peter Calabresi, American neurologist
  • Steven G. Calabresi, American lawyer
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Guido Calabresi
... Guido Calabresi (born October 18, 1932) is an Italian American legal scholar and senior judge on the U.S ... Calabresi is considered, along with Ronald Coase and Richard Posner, a founder of the field of law and economics ...
Luigi Calabresi
... Luigi Calabresi (Rome, 14 November 1937 – Milan, 17 May 1972), was a police officer and Italian State Police official in Milan, Italy ... Calabresi was born into a middle-class Roman family ... where he was an officer, despite all charges being dropped against him, Calabresi was shot in the street and murdered in Milan on 17 May 1972 on his way to work ...
Steven G. Calabresi - Biography
... Calabresi co-founded the Federalist Society while a student at Yale Law School, and is an active conservative author and commentator ... Calabresi joined the Northwestern faculty in 1990 and has since published more than 30 articles in law reviews ... Calabresi also co-founded the Federalist Society chapter at Northwestern and serves as chairman of its Board of Directors ...
Jurisdiction Stripping - Limits - Calabresi's Theory
... In 2007, law professors Steven Calabresi and Gary Lawson opined that Congress can strip the U.S ... Calabresi and Lawson acknowledged that their theory contradicts the holding of Marbury v ... According to Calabresi and Lawson, Congress has no ability to alter or make exceptions to the judicial power of the United States, or to do anything less than bring the full judicial ...