The West Virginia University College of Law with the support of the C. Edwin Baker family have established a lecture to honor the legacy of the late C. Edwin Baker, the former Nicholas F. Gallicchio Professor of Law and Communication at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
The West Virginia University College of Law wishes to thank the Baker Family for their generosity and the trust that they express in their decision to endow a lecture and house the collected works of C. Edwin Baker in the George R. Farmer, Jr. Law Library at the College of Law. We are honored to be asked to provide a home for this significant body of work preserving this legacy for current and future legal scholars.
Lectures from 2015
Compelled Commercial Speech, Robert Post
Lectures from 2014
The Conservative-Libertarian Turn in First Amendment Jurisprudence, Steven J. Heyman
Lectures from 2012
The Intellectual Integrity of Ed Baker, Vincent Blasi
A Bakerian Response to Weinstein's Free Speech Theory, Anne Marie Lofaso
Baker's Autonomy Theory of Free Speech, Anne Marie Lofaso
Baker Tribute, Anne Marie Lofaso