This Wednesday, I will be giving two talks in Madison, Wisconsin. One, sponsored by the Federalist Society Lawyers Division, will be at a panel on the Obamacare individual mandate litigation. The other two panelists are Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen (Wisconsin recently became one of the 28 states challenging the mandate in court) and Democratic state representative Jon Richards, who will defend the constitutionality of the mandate. It will be held at 11:30 AM. Logistical details available here.
My second talk will be at 6 PM at the University of Wisconsin Law School, in the Lubar Commons, and is sponsored by the Law School student Federalist Society chapter. It will be about Kelo v. City of New London, post-Kelo eminent domain reform, and recent judicial decisions on takings, especially the two big New York Court of Appeals decisions (the Atlantic Yards and Columbia cases).
VC readers are more than welcome to come to either or both events!