Schedule for 2013 - 2014





SPRING 2014:



April 2, 2014
Steve Lehotsky
National Chamber Litigation Center, US Chamber of Commerce
Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection: The Dodd-Frank Act in the Courts



April 3, 2014
Donald Devine
 The Fund for American Studies
 America's Way Back



April 8, 2014
Professor Richard Duncan
University of Nebraska College of Law
The Gosnell Murder Conviction: Abortion, Infanticide and Looking Beyond the Masks of the Law



April 9, 2014
Aris Michalopolous
Empeopled
&
Mahesha Subbaraman
Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi
 How the Internet Can Save Our Democracy



April 14, 2014
Professor Robin Wilson
Washington and Lee University School of Law
Marriage Equality and Religious Liberty in the Political Process



April 16, 2014
Gregg Nunziata
General Counsel to Marco Rubio
Working for Article I: Thoughts from Marco Rubio's General Counsel



April 21, 2014
Justice David Stras
Minnesota Supreme Court
Supreme Court Round-Up



April 22, 2014
Alex Brill
American Enterprise Institute
 How Money Walks



April 23, 2014
Justice Thomas Lee
Utah Supreme Court
The Ordinary Meaning of Statutory Text: Corpus Linguistics and the Shortcomings of the Dictionary



April 25,2014
Neomi Rao
George Mason University School of Law
Removal:  Necessary and Sufficient for Presidential Control



April 29, 2014
Judge Diane Sykes
United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit



May 6, 2014
Alan Gura
Gura & Possessky, P.L.L.C.



May 8, 2014
Justice Robert Young
Michigan Supreme Court



May 13, 2014
Jeff Wall '03
Head of Appellate Litigation, Sullivan & Cromwell
Building an Appellate and Supreme Court Practice



May 19, 2014
Otis Award Ceremony







WINTER 2014
:




January 9, 2014
John McGinnis
Northwestern University School of Law
Originalism and the Good Constitution


January 15, 2014
David Axelrod
Politics, Diversity, and Reinvigorating Democracy



January 23, 2014
Bob Turner
University of Virginia School of Law



January 27, 2014
Ilya Somin
George Mason University School of Law
Democracy and Political Ignorance - Why Small Government is Better



January 29, 2014
John Kunich
University of North Carolina Charlotte
Can Nuclear Fusion Solve Climate Change and Our Energy Addiction?



February 3, 2014
Judge Frank Easterbrook
Remembering Robert Bork



February 4, 2014
Noel Francisco
Jones Day
Arguing Noel Canning at the Supreme Court



February 6, 2014
Randy Barnett
Georgetown University Law Center



February 20,2014
Amity Schlaes
George W. Bush Institute
Coolidge - Lessons from America's 30th President



February 26, 2014
Gerald Walpin
Former Inspector General of  the Corporation for National and Community Service



February 28, 2014
Tara Smith
University of Texas at Austin
The Practical Need for Legal Ideals



March 6, 2014
Clark Neily
Institute for Justice






AUTUMN 2013:



October 2, 2013
M. Todd Henderson
The University of Chicago Law School
An Introduction to the Federalist Society
Podcast


October 7, 2013
Jonathan Mitchell
Solicitor General of Texas
State Law and the Supreme Court



October 8, 2013
Paul Rosenzweig
George Washington University School of Law
 
Aziz Huq
The University of Chicago Law School

A Conversation on the NSA Surveillance Programs



October 10, 2013
Allyson Ho
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP 
Supreme Court Preview
Podcast



October 15, 2013
Ted Frank
Center for Class Action Fairness



October 17, 2013
Roger Clegg
Center for Equal Opportunity
&
Jeff Manza
New York University

Debate on Felon Voting Rights



November 4, 2013
Josh Blackman
South Texas College of Law
The Constitutional Challenge to Obamacare



November 6, 2013
Christina Hoff Sommers
American Enterprise Institute
The War Against Boys



November 7, 2013
Sandy Froman
Former President of the NRA
Gunplay at the Supreme Court



November 11, 2013
Walter Olson
Cato Institute
Legal Academia and an Overlawyered America


November 20, 2013
David Bernstein
George Mason University School of Law
Rehabilitating Lochner: Defending Individual Rights Against Progressive Reform



December 3, 2013
Ramesh Ponnuru
National Review
Can the GOP be rebuilt?



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