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Guido Calabresi – 2008

Guido Calabresi – 2008

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POSITI NS. (Reporting individual only; see pp. 9-13 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable positions.) POSITION NAME ORGANIZATION/ENTITY Sterling Professor Emeritus, Professorial Lecturer Yale Law School, 11/01/1995 -present Honorary Trustee -Unpaid Carolyn Foundation, MN, 01/01/1996 -present Member Scientific Committee -Unpaid Centro Nazionale Prevenzione Difesa Sociale, 1988 -present Member (Past President), Board Trustees -Unpaid Chapel St. Thomas More, Yale University, 1997 -present Member -Unpaid International University College, Turin Board, 2007 -Present 
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II. GREElVIENTS. (Reporting individual only; see pp. 14-16 filing instructions.) 
rri. NONE (No reportable agreements.) 
r11 Present Right Professorial Lecturer, Yale University, upon retirement (See Attachment 
Present Right use accumulated (approximately $1,500) research and travel fund, Yale University, even after retirement 
Calabresi, Guido 
III. N-INVESTMENT COME. (Reponing individual and spouse; see pp. 17-24 filing instructions.) Filers Non-Investment Income NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
(yours, not spouses) 2008 Yale University -part-time teaching $25,807.00 2008 Yale University Press -royalties for previously written book $349.00 
2008 W.W. Norton (;o. -royaes for previously written book $157.00 
2008 Authors Registry -Copyright payments for previously written books, etc. $183.00 
2008 Harvard University Press -royalties for previously written book $102.00 Spouses Non-Investment Income -If you were married during any portion the reporting year, complete this section. 
(Dollar amount not required except for honoraria.) 
[ZJ NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
IV. REIMBURSEMENTS -transponation,, entenainmenL (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-27 offiling instructions.) NONE (No reportable reimbursements.) 
SOURCE DATES LOCATION PURPOSE ITEMS PAID PROV1DED Yale University Law School 12/12/07 -12/13/07 New Haven, Lecture Travel 
Corriere Della Sera Foundation 3/13/08 -3/25/08 Rome Milan, Italy Lecture Travel, Food LUISS Univ; and Bocconi iversity 
Yale University Law School 4/3/08 New Haven, Lecture Travel 
New York University Law Sch 4/7/08 New York, Moot Court Travel ool 
Yale University Law School 04/27/08 Los Angeles, Lecture Travel 
Name Person Reporting 
Calabresi, G_uido 
University California Law School (Berkeley) 
Yale University Law School 
University Genova 
Carolyn Foundation 
lOAmerican Association Law Schools !Yale University Law School 
12Yale University Law School Erasmus University Rotter dam 
14Carolyn Foundation 
04/27/08 -04/28/08 
5110/08 -5/22/08 
06/13/08 -6/14/08 
6/25/08 -6/28/08 
11/5/08 -1118/08 
12/5/08 -12/6/08 
Berkeley, Lecture 
New Haven, Class Party 
Genova, Italy Lecture 
Minneapolis, Trustee Meeting 
New Haven, 
New Haven, 
Rotterdam, Holland 
Minneapolis, Lecture 
Class Party 
Honorary Degree, Lecture 
Trustee Meeting Travel, Food, Lodging 
Travel, Food, Lodging 
Travel, Food, Lodging 
Travel, Food 
Travel, Food, Lodging 
Travel, Food, Lodging GIFTS. (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 28-3I filing instructions.) 
[Z] 	NONE (No reportable gifts.) SOURCE 
VI. LJABJLJTJES. (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 32-33 filing instructions.) 
[Z] 	NONE (No reportable liabilities.) CREDITOR DESCRIPTION VALUE CODE 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions r1nc1udes those spouse and dependent children; see PP 34-60 filing 
instructions.) NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Name Person Reporting 
Date Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
VII. INVE Tl1ENTS and TRus -income, value, transactions (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see PP 34-60 instructions.) NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Transactions during reponing period 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end 
(including trust assets) reponing period reporting period 
(3) (5) 
Place (X) after each asset exempt from prior disclosure 
--American Funds: Investment Co. Ame rica (mutual fund) 
Trust #2, income beneficiary 
20. 	--First Am.Tax Free Oblig. Fund (cash equi .) 
--First Am. Short Tax Free (mutual fund) 
--Imation Corp (common) 
--American Funds:lnvestment Co. Amer ica (mutual fund) 
Value Gain Identity 
Type (e.g., 
Type (e.g., 
Code Code buyer/seller 
buy, sell, 
div., rent, 
Code3 int.) 
(J-P) (A-H) (if private 
(Q-W) Div.Jnt 
--Minnesota Mining Mfg. (common) 
--First Am. Small Cap Growth Fund (mutual fund) 
--First Am. Sm-Mid Cap Core Fd-former Tech (mutual fund) 
Trust #3, income beneficiary None 	See note Part VIII 
--Darden Restaurants (common) 
--Exxon (common) 
--General Mills (common) 
--IBM (common) 
--JP Morgan (common) 
--ATT Inc.( common) 
--US Bancorp (common) Income Gain Codes: =Sl,000 less =Sl,001 -S2,500 =S2,50 -$5,000 =$5,001 -$15,000 =$15,001 -S50,000 
(See Columns and D4) $50,001 -SIOO,OGO =SI00,001-Sl,000,000 =Si,000,001 -$5,000,000 =More than 55,000,000 Value Codes =515,000 less =515,001 -SS0,000 =SS0,001 -SI00,000 100,001 -$250,000 
(See Columos and D3) =5250,001 -$500,000 =$500,001 -SI ,000,000 =Si,000,001-$5,000,000 =SS,000,001 -$25,000,000 =S25,000,00I -SS0,000,000 =More than $50,000,000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal =Cost (Real Estate Only) =Assessment =Cash Market 
(See Column C2) =Book Value V=Other =Estimated 
VII. INESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see PP-34-60 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Part POSITIONS Line Assets the Carolyn Foundation are not listed because position Trustee Honorary only. have functional responsibilities with regard the 
Line Assets the Chapel St. Thomas Moore are not listed because position member the Board Trustees the equivalent member Board Directors. The Chapel religious institution and not trust the sense having designated beneficiaries. 
VII. INVESTMENTS AND TRUSTS have not included personal residence Connecticut and its adjacent land; apartment and caretakers apartment and olive grove Italy held for vacation trips and not for investment the production income; fishing camp Maine held for vacation trips and not for investment the production income; land 
across the road from residence Connecticut held protect land and not for investment the production income; and additional land identical this and adjacent it. Nor did include land Maine, near the above mentioned fishing camp, which purchased 2007 and which placed conservation easement protect perpetuity. 
Trusts #3, #4, and part VII and the retirement account described VII did not distribute any income . Income was earned and not distributed. established Charitable Remainder Unitrust. are 5.5% income beneficiaries during our lives, years, whichever longer. The trustee instructed invest the money only widely diversified mutual money market funds. See part VII Trust #6. 1995 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that all information given above (including information pertaining spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, true, and complete the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because met applicable statutory provisions permitting non-disclosure. further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance gifts which have been reported are compliance with the provisions U.S.C. app.  501 et. seq., U.S.C.  7353, and Judicial Conference regulations. 
Mail signed original and additional copies to: 
Committee Financial Disclosure Administrative Office the United States Courts Suite 2-301 One Columbus Circle, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20544 
Tenured members che Faculty upon retiremenr may lecr conrinue 
teachi and orher activities the School parr-cime b.asis. 
accordance with usual curricular processes retired professors may teach one 
half time less. Faculty members electing teach half time may offer one urs each semesrer the academic year or, arrangement with 
the Dean, two course one term followed term which they offer 
courses. The parr-time privileges and responsibilities will continue without 
term, but sub ect the standards for continuation applied non-retired, 
tenured facul members. 
Retired faculty must take reduced teaching assignment within tlo years the date their retirement and may nor interrupt their reaching for longer than two academic years without forfeiting their appointmenrs. Retired facul who elect teach part-time will designated Professorial Lecturers. Appropriate compensation for part-time teaching determined the Dean. 
After retirement facul conrinue receive various forlllS support The supporc may depend whecher the faculty member continues taach. 
Upon rerirement faculty members will leave the larger that they may occupy and will lose their position the office list, bur will provided other office space. 
Retired faculty will continue receive secretarial support but reduced level. general. Professorial Lacturers would receive half t:he usual allocation for full time faculty. 
Retired faculty who continue teach can granced triennial leave proportionate the amounc 0 teaching they doing (e.g. Professorial Lecrurer who teaching course semester 
equal the amount the faculty member would have received 
semester triennial leave every three years. Pay for the 
....... ...:; t-ro.te.ssorial 
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are at: the 
Ret:ired faculty may carry fonrard cheir .scheduled leaves from pre-reciremenc, but: only the timing the next leave dua, which must: conform the stipulation above (e.g. faculty member who had ave for two years prior recirement and who start:ed teaching course semest:er after ret:irement: would eligible for paid leave the second semester retirement, but the pay would the amount: the :ialary that: would have  
been paid for teaching course th.a.c semester). 
 Summer Stipends faculty nee eligible for ummer .stipends. 
Research Assist:ant:s r:ired fa.cul may receiVe the same type research 
support full time f.acul t:y. Requests for research and travel 
must submitted the dean 
for approval. Other support: roquo:n:.s 
computers, duplicating. etc. -ould processed through existing 
adminisrrative procedures with non-routine approval being referred the dean. General 3upporc from the library and its staff will available. Book purchase requests should directed the Librarian. All t:hese procedures are those place for full time facult:y. 
Salary will negot:ia.ted individually with the dean, but general guideline Professorial Lecrurars who teach course ea-ch semester after retiremenr will receive one quarter their pre-ret:irement: salary. That salary will rev;.ewed annually and Professorial Lact:Urers will 
eligible for increases. Increases will generally limited the Uni versicy figure for tenured faculty. 
University Benefits 
University benefits hinge whether the faculty 
member half time more, which defined precisely SOX mor 
Recirement: Contribution 
The Law School will make contributions retirement: funds for Professorial Lecrurer.s the extent possible given the Universitys formula for completion conribucions retirement funds. The operacion the formula can vary individual, but highly likaly that: Law School 
faculty serving Professorial. Lecturers will have completed contributions retirement funds prior serving Professorial Lecturers. For facult:y who had fifteen years service at: Ya.le prior July 1993, conrribut:ions 
retirement accounts the regular annual formula will not cease before age 
Medical Benefit:s 
Under current: policy faculty mem ber classified she not: eligible for retirement: health coverage even 
1 0. she meets the age .nd term service requirements beca.e Medicare 
regulat:ions st:ipulat:e t:hat: .anyone who ent:it:led regular health benefit:s 
from their employer azust: rec eive that: benefit raher than Medicare ret:ired 
facul t:y lisced 5()I more would covered ullcier t:he regular f.a.cul 
medical plan. 
Deneal Insurance Universi cont:ribut:ion the Deneal 
Plan, buc st:ill the plan 
only faculty who ara half time more. 
Long-term Disability 
Faculty classified 50% more are eligible for coverage Wlder the Univers t:y lcng-term disability program. The benefi that: program termiruLCB at: age 70. 
Flexible Benefit:s 
The University requires that: facult:y member 
employed SOI more participae the flexible benefit:s program. 
Group Life Insurance 
Faculty members may participat:e the group life insuranc a1nployed half time more. employed leBs than half time, the group life insurance can converted whole life policy 
.Senefit:s Dollars 
Faculty working half time more receive $27 per mont:h which applied facul paid benefits accepted taxable 
Scholarship Pla.n for Sons and Daughters 
The benefit available all racired faculty who meet: the lengt:h service requirement: --six continuous years prior receiving the benefit four cont:inuous years prior and eigh years toal service. 
arly re-t:irement 
For fa.cul who retire at: age over with at: least: 
years service and before the normil retirement: age 10 will eligible receive from the University cash benefit:. nle benefit 60% 0 the 
participants three year final average salary plus for each year service 
with the University over 15, or, i less, the amount: that would be._required purchase annuity that would bridge the difference beeveen the annuity which could purchased with the participant: Ya.le recirement: account: balance .ac the dace .af early recirement: and the annuity which could purch,ased with that: account bal.anc., pro jeered (at 4%) normal recire.ment: age.--For t:he 
purpose the foregoing, amounts the account: excess six times salary will bet excluded for the calcul.aeions.