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Guido Calabresi – 2010

Guido Calabresi – 2010

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OSJTJ NS. (Reportillg indivitlaal Ollly; see pp. 9-13 filing illstmctiolls.) NONE (No reportable positions.) POSITION NAME ORGANIZATION/ENTITY 
Yale Law School, 11/01/1995 -present 
Honmy Trustee -Unpaid Carolyn Foundation, :MN, 01/01/1996-present 
Member, Scientific Committee-Unpaid 
Member -Unpaid International University College, Turin Board, 2007 -present 
Calabresi, Guido 
Calabresi, Guido 
ID. NON-INVESTJY.lENT JY.lE. (R.eporiing indiv!tluai ami sfiotise; seepp.1ii4 filing instructions.; Filers Non-Investment Income NONE (No reportable non-invetment income:) 
(yours, not spouses) 2010 Yale University -pait-time teachiog $182,706.00 
2.2010 	Yale University Press -royalties for previously written book $188.77 2010 	W.W. Norton Co. -royalties for previously written book $208.51 
Authors Registry -Copyright payments for previously written books, etc. $159.39 Spouses Non-Investment Income -Ifyou were married during miy portion oftl1e reporting year, complete tl1is section. (Dollar amount not required except for honoraria.) 
[Z] 	NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) SOURCE AND TYPE 
IV. REJM:BURSEJY.lENTS -transportation, lodgil;g,food, entertainment. (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-27 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable reimbursements.) 
SOURCE DATES LOCATION PURPOSE ITEMS PAID PROVIDED Cariplo Foundation, Centro Nazionale Prevenzione Difesa 11/6/09 -1117/09 Milan, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging American Association Law Schools; Yale University Law School 117110 -118110 New Orleans, Lecture Travel, food, lodging Cariplo Foundation, Centro Nazionale Prevenzione Difesa 1114/10 Milan, Italy Academic Meeting Travel Consiglio Nazionale Forense 1/14/10 -1/16/10 Rome, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging Stanford University Law School National Constitutional Center Yale University Law School 2/7/10 -2/9/10 2/27/10 4/8/10 Palo Alto,  Philadelphia, New Haven, Moot Court Lecture Lectrue Travel, food, lodging Travel Travel 	1nternational University 5/5/10 -516110 Turin, Italy Lectures Travel, food, lodging College 	Cariplo Foundation, Centro 5/11/10 Milan, Italy Academic Meeting Travel Nazionale Prevenzione 
10. 	Yale University Law School 5/20/10 New York, Academic Meeting Travel 
11. 	Yale University Law School 5/21/10 Philadelphia, Lecture Travel 
Carolyn Foundation. 6/11/10 -6/12/l New Haven, Tnistee Meetibg Food 
American Association ofLaw 6/18/10 Washington, Lecture Travel Schools 
Cariplo Foundation, Centro 10/22/10-10/23/10 Milan, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging Nazionale Prevenzione Difesa 
ENI Foundation; International 10/27/10 -10/29/10 Venice, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging University College 
Aspen Institute It8.!y 11/5/10-11/7/10 Cernobbio, Italy Lecture Travel, food, lodging 
Carolyn Foundation 12/2/10 -12/3/10 Minneapolis, Tnistee Meeting Travel, food, lodging 
Date Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
V.GIBTS. (lnclmles tlzose spo11sea11d tlepentlent clziltlren; see pp. 28-31 offilinginstr11ctions.) [2J NONE (No reportable gifts.) -SOURCE DESCRIPTION 
VJ. LIABiliJTIES. (lnclrules tlzose ofspo11se and clepemlent 
clzilrlren; see pp. 32-33 filing instructions) 
[{] NONE (No reportable liabilities.) 
Date Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
VII. INVESTJ1ENTS and TRUSTS -income, vazue, transactions r1ncZmzest11ose spouse muz dependent children; see PP 34-60 filing instructions.; NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting per iod 
(including trust assets) reporting priod ofreporling period 
(!) (2) (!) (2) (!) (2) (3) (4) (5) 
Pface .(X).iifter each asset exempt from prior disclosure Amount Code Type (e.g., div., ient, Value Code Value Method Type (e.g., buy, sell, Date rnrn/dd/Y:f Value Code Gain Code Identity buyer/seller 
(A-H) int.) (J-P) Code3 redemptlcin) (J-P) (if private 
(Q-W) transaction) Income Gain Codes: =$1,000 less =$1,001-$2,500 =$2,501 -$5,000 D=$5,00.l -$15,000 E=$15,001-$50,000 
(See Columns and D4) Fi.$50,001-$100,000 =$100,001-$1,000,000 =$1,000,001-$5,000,000 =More than $5,000,000 Vaue Codes =$15,000 orless K=$15,001-$50,000 =$50,001-$100,000 =SJOo;ooJ -$250,000 
(See Columns and D3) =$250,001 -$500,000 =$500,001-$1,000,000 =$1,000,001 -$5,000,000 =$5,000,001 -S25,000,000 =$25,000,001 -$50,000,000 =More tbnn $50,000,000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal =Cost (Real Estate Only) =Assessment =Cash Market 
(See Column C2) U=Book Value =Other =Estimated 
Date Report 
CaJabresi, Guido 
VTI. INVESTlIBNTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions {Includes those spo11se and dependent children; see 34-60offil;nfi111stmc1ions.J NONE (No repottable income, assets, transactions.) 
Gross value atend Tninsa6ti9n!uip;g relorling:Pf>riod 
fucoine dudng 
Description Assets 
(including trust ilssels) reportin period roporting pericid 
11_(){)11 afl;et eacJ:t asset 
ei 	Ideatity 
.div., rent, Code2 Mefuod ouy,:sel,1; .adjiJ Gpd_e (:!ride 
c.r)! buyer/seller 
_(A-II) int.) (J-P) Code.3 redeciptiilp.} 
CAHJ (if private transaction) 
-Ainerican Funds: Investment Co. America (mutual fund) 
Trust #2, income beneficiary Int./Div. 
-First Am. Tax Free Oblig. Fund (cash equiv.) 
IilCome Gain; Col1cs: A;o$l00 odej;s =Sl,001 Si;SOO D$s1l101:.f1;oao.(see coiuinDBl rid-D4) :F=!l!sg;oo1 $1.00;ooo =$!U0;001 -.Sl;OOO;ooo 
ValueQOOdCodi:s Q=Appraisal RCost(ReUlstate Only) ssesshietit :!fiaiishMa.ket (See CoTumb. C2) =Book Value V=Otlier =Estimatotl 
Date Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
VII. rnvESTlIBNTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions (lnc11u1es those spouse a11t1 r1epe1u1ent cTzur1ren; see PP 34-60 filing instructions.; NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets 
Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period 
(including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
(2) (2) (I) (2) (3) 
(4) (5) 
Amount Type (e.g., Value  Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity exempt from prior disclosure div:, ren Code2 Method buy, sell, mm/dd/yy Code2 Code buyer/seller Place (X) after each 
(A-H) orinL) Code redemption) (J-P) (if private 
transaction) Income Gain Codes: =$1,000 less =$1,001 -$2,500 c=$2,501 -$5,000 =$5,001-$15,000 E=$15,001 -$50,000 
(See Columos and D4) =$5o,oor-s100,ooo =$100,001-$1,000,000 =$1,000,001 -$5,000,000 =More than $5,000,000 hue Codes =$15,000 less K=$15,00 $50,000 L=$50,001 -$100,000 M=SI00,001-$250,000 
(See Columns and D3) N=$250,001-$500,000 0=$500,001 -$1,000,000 =$11000,001-$5,000,000 =$5,0001001 -$25,000,000 =$25,000,001-$50,000,000 =More than $50,000,000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal =Cost (Real Estate Only) =Assessment T=Cash Market 
(See Column C2) =Book Value V=Other =Estimated 
Date Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions (Inc1m1es those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 34-60 filing instructions.J NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions.) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period 
(including trust assets) reporting period reporting period 
Place 11(X)11 after each asset 
exempt from prior disclosure 
(2) (2) (1) (2) (3) (4) 
Amount Type (e.g.,  Value Value Type (e.g.; Date Value Gain Identity  Code.I 
div., ren Code2 Method 
buy, sell, =1ddlyy Code Code! 
buyer/seller int) (J-P) Code3 redemption) (J-P) (if private tra1mction) 
52. --Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloci (mutual funds) 
53. American Funds: Investment Co. of. America (mutual fund) Dividend 
54. Citigroup Inc. (common) @Menill Lynch Dividend Income Gain Codes: =$1,000 or!ess =$1,001 -$2,500 c=$2,501 -$5,000 D=$5,00.1 -$15,000 =$15,001 -$50,000 
(See Columns and D4) Value Codes =$50,001 -$100,000 =Sl5,000 orless =$!00,001-$1,000,000 K=$15,00I-$50,000 =$1,000,001 -$5,000,000 =$50,001 -$100,000 =More than S5,000,000 =$100,DDl -$250,DDO 
(See Columns and D3) =$250,QOl -.$500,000 =$500,001-$1,000,000 =$1,000,001-$5,000,000 =$5,000,0.01 -$25,000,000 =$25,000,001 -$50,000,000 =More than S50,000,000 Value Method Codes =Appraisal =Cost (Real Estate Only) =Asses.Sment =Cash Market 
(See Column C2) =BookValue V=Other =Estimated 
Name Person Reporting 
Date Report 
Calabresi, Guido 
Part POSITIONS Line4-Assets the Carolyn Foundation are not listed becaus.e position Trustee Honarary only. have fi.mctional responsibilities with regard the 
for investment the production income; and adjacent both which placed conservation easement i:o protect them perpetuity. 
urchased 2007 and which placed conservati Part VII Asset #26 was formeriy known the First American Mid Cap Select Ftmd. The name changed during 2010 Trusts#3, #4, and Part VII (Assets #29, #42, and #45) and the retirement account described Part VII#49 did not distnbute any income 
intmeciiate. family member. Income was earned and not distributed.  Trust#6 (Asset#51) Charitable Remainder Unitrust established 1995 5.5%.income beneficiaries 
during our lives years, whichever is. longer, The trustee instructed invest the mom:y widely diversified mutual money market fi.mds. 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that all information given above (including information pertaining ID) spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, true, and complete the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was ivithheld because met applicable statutory provisions permitting non-disclosure. further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and t.he 
acceptance gifts which have been reported are compliance,vith the provisions v:s.c. app.  501 et. seq., U.S.C.  7353, and Judicial Conference regulations. 
Committee Financial Disclosure Administrative Office the United States Comis Suite 2-301 One Columbus C:ircle,N.E. Washington, D.C. 20544 
Tenured members the Faculty upon retirewent may elecr concinue teaching and other activities the School pan:-cime basis. accordance usual curricular processes recired professors may teach one half time less. Faculty members elaccing teach time IIlaY fer one course each semester the academic year or, arrangemanc with 
the Dean. two courses one term followed term which they offer courses. The part-time privileges and responsibilities will continue without term, but subjec the standards for continuation applied non-recired, 
tenured fsculty members. 
Retired facult:y must take reduced teaching assignmenc within two years che date cheir retirement and may nae interrupt chair teaching for longer than two academic years without forfeiting their appointments. Retired faculty who elect teach part:-time will designated a.B Professorial tac!:llrers. Appropriate compensat:ion for part-ti.!lle teaching 
the Dean.  
Aft:er recirement faculty cont:inue fonns support:. The supp ort: may depend whecher the 
Upon ret:irement: faculty the larger offices tha.t chey may occupy and will lose the office 
eniori list:, buc will provided othe 
Ret:ired faculty will cont:inue receive sacrat:arial reduced level. general, Professorial Lacturer.s hn.1. t:he usual allocation for full time faculty. 
Retired faculty vho continue teach can grant:ed leave oort:ionat:e the amounc ceaching cey are doing (e.g. Lacrurer who teaching course semescer.could receive triennial ieave every three years. Pay for the le.ave would equ.a.l amount that: the faculty in.ember vould 
have received for teaching that: 
are at: t:he cha dean with the 
Ret:ired faculty may csrry fon.ard chair scheduled leaves but: only tha timing the nex leave dua, vhich 
t:o 	the !lt:ipulat:ion above (e.g. faculty member who had leave prior t:o ret:irement: and who sL:arL:ed teaching course 
would eligible for paid leave the sacbnd semest:er but: t:he pay would the amount: t:he salary teaching cours thlit: semest:er). 
Summar Stipends 
faculty 	for ummo 
Retired sru:ne type support: full t:ime f.acul ty. must: submi t:t:ed the den:n for support: com-puters. duplic.a.ting, ate. -would procaaaed through administrative procedures with non-routine approval being dean. General tipport: from the library and it.s st:.a.ff will purchase requesi:.s should direct:ed the Librarian All 0 procedures idenr:ical those place for full time f.acul cy. 
Sala:rJ will negot:iared individually with the dean, but: general guideline Profa.s orial Lecturers who teach cursa each semester afLer recirement: ill rec eive one quart:er their pre-ret:irement: salary. That: salary w-ill be. rev,f.e-wed annually and Professorial r..ect:urers will eligible 
for increases. Increase lllill generally li.c:rl.t:ed t:o 
t:ha Universir:y figure for tenured facul t:j. 
University Benefit:s 
University benefit:s hinge whet:her the faculty member h..a.1 ti.we taora, which defined precisely a. SO::t mare. 
Reciremont GonLribution 
The School 1o1ill IIWke contributions reciramenc funds for Professorial Lact.:urers 
t:o the ext:em: possible givon the Universitys formula for comletion contributions reirement funds. The oeration che formula vary individual, buc ir: highly li.kBly that: La/ School 
faculty serving Professorial. Lact:urers will h.ave comleced concribut:ion..s 
rer:iremem: funds prior serving Professorial Lecx:urer.s. For f.acult:y who had fifr:een yeB.r.S .9erv.ica at: Yale prior July 1993, ,cont:ribur:ions rsciremenc account:.!I at: regular formul.a will not: .:ease beora age 
based years service. The 
different: designed take advant:age Medicare 
classified SOX more 
are eligible for t:ha 
Under current policy faculty SOZ more, she nae eligible for recirement: she meet:s the age term service requiremanc.s 
regulat:ions scipulat:a tha:c .anyone who ent:itled 
from their employer muse receive that benefit raher 
facul li.srad .il.S 50I wore would covered the plan. 
Demr:al Insurance 
There i.s University contribucion 
Plan, buc still the plan vailable only faculty vho 
Lc1ng-term Disability 
Faculty classified a.s 50% more 
coverage W1der the Universitys long-tann disability program termirutt:e .a.t: age 70. 
FJ.e:d.ble Benefits 
The University requires that facult:y member 
employed SOI more t:o p.a.rt:icip.a.r:a the flexible benefits program. 
Group Life Insurance 
Faculty members may participate the group life 
insurance plan employed half r:ima JllOre. employed less c:han half 
time, the group lia insurance can converted whoLe life policy. 
B1onefits Dollars 
Faculty vorking time lllOro receive. $27 per 
month which can applied faculty paid benefits acc5pt:ed t:.axable 
and Daughters 
available all racired acult:y who meet: the lengt:h six concinUDus years prior 
. rece.i ving t:he benefi years J(rior and eight years r:ot:al 
Medical Benefits 
Yale faculty with year med:Lcal coverage comparable 
EJLrly rairamenc 
For faculty who ret:irs age. over with leas years service anrl before the normal retirement age 0 70 will oligble receive from the University cash benefit. Tile benefit t:ha participants three year final average salary plus for each year 0 service t:h t:he Uni varsity over 15, or, le.s.s the Slllount that: would -Faquirad purchase an annuity that wou+-d bridge t:he difarence nreen the annuit:y which could purchased Mith t:he participants Yale rat:ire.m.ent: account:: ba..lsnca at: the d.a:ce af early r1t:iramenr and t:he annuit:y which co1:11d purcsed wih account ba.l.ancu projected (at: 4I) t:o normal rt!t:ira.m.ant: age.-For the purpose 0 t:he fore going, a.mounts the account: bal.a.nce ox.caas !iix. 
ti.tnes salary will axcludod for tho calcularions.