Loyola Chicago

Updated 11/5 (9AM): We’re attending the eighth annual constitutional law colloquium at Loyola Law School in Chicago, where we are presenting our work-in-progress on “Bayesian voting.” So far, our favorite paper presented at the colloquium is Donald Kochan’s work on the “framing” or labeling of constitutional rights. (We are intrigued by his thesis and will be reading his paper on our return flight home tonight.) In addition, honorable mentions go to (1) Paul Gowder’s talk on constitutional collective action (“Beyond the arab spring: digital collective action and the rule of law”), (2) Eang Ngov’s talk on “Police ignorance and mistake of law,” and (3) Mihailis Diamantis’s talk on limiting the scope of the third party doctrine in Fourth Amendment cases. We will be posting more details about these talks soon.

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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