For those who may be interested, I am going to be speaking at the University of Minnesota Law School and the University of Tulsa this week.
On Wednesday at 12:15 PM, I will be debating University of Minnesota Professor Fred Morrison about the Supreme Court’s health care decision at the University of Minnesota Law School, at an event sponsored by the Minnesota Federalist Society.I summarized my thoughts on the decision here.
I did not notice until after the fact that this event coincides with Yom Kippur. I apologize if that ends up driving away a significant part of the potential audience. But there was no other date that fit all the participants’ schedules.
On Friday, I will be participating in a conference at the University of Tulsa College of Law devoted to the work of Yale Law School Professor Heather Gerken, one of the nation’s top federalism and election law scholars. The conference is open to the public and the schedule is available here. I am told that lawyers can get CLE credit for attending. Among the other participants are well-known constitutional law and elections scholars such as Sanford Levinson (Texas), Ernie Young (Duke), my GMU colleague David Schleicher, and many others.
I previously commented on Gerken’s important work on federalism here.