Upcoming talk 

If you happen to be in San Francisco, California this week, and if you’re a fan of this blog (two big “ifs”), yours truly will be attending the 19th Annual Faculty Conference of the Federalist Society, where we will be presenting our work on “Probabilistic Interpretation” on Thursday, January 5. (See my previous blog post for some background about our work in progress.) Come join us for some law professor fun!

FYI: My particular panel will commence at 10:30 o’clock in the morning in the Powell I Room of the Parc 55 Hotel (Union Square), the site of the FedSoc conference. Here is the full lineup: 

  • Moderator: Caleb Nelson, University of Virginia School of Law
  • Josh Blackman (South Texas College of Law Houston): “Presidential Maladministration”
  • F. E. Guerra-Pujol (University of Central Florida): “Probabilistic Interpretation”
  • Jennifer Mascott (Georgetown University Law Center): “Who are Officers of the United States”
  • Jonathan Mitchell (Stanford Law School): “The Writ of Erasure Fallacy in American Jurisprudence”
  • William Nancarrow (Curry College): ‘What Was All the Fuss About?: The Real Reason for Popular Anger at the Courts during the “Lochner Era”‘
  • Ilya Somin (George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School): “The Original Scope of State and Federal Power Over Immigration”
  • Lee Strang (University of Toledo College of Law): “Aretaic Originalism: Originalism’s Promise and Limits”

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