If you’re in Salt Lake City, you might be interested in this event: Next Thursday at noon, I’ll be speaking at a CLE luncheon for the Constitutional Law Section of the Utah Bar. I’ll be joined by co-conspirator and University of Utah law professor Paul Cassell, as well as professors Carissa Hessick and Amy Wildermuth, and we’ll be talking about interesting cases likely to be decided by the Supreme Court next term. Details are on the Utah bar website.
If you’re in Chicago, you might instead be interested in this other event: Next Monday at 7, I’ll be attending the final performance of “Men and Dogs,” a play written and directed my brother Jonathan Baude as part of the Chicago Fringe Festival. It’s a play about Leon Czolgosz, who assassinated President McKinley in the name of anarchism but whose true motivations are surprisingly obscure.