Constitution Day Symposium

The Cato Institute’s annual Constitution Day Symposium begins today at 10:45AM (Eastern Time). Here is a link to today’s program. It is an excellent program because, despite its misleading title, its focus is not exclusively on the oracles of the Supreme Court. Both in constitutional theory and practice, the roles of the other two branches of government in interpreting the Constitution are equally as important!

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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7 Responses to Constitution Day Symposium

  1. I tried listening to the first panel discussion on Zoom, but work happened to interrupted that. Something came up and I missed a good portion of the conservation.

    Since Cato publishes most of their events in podcast form, I will have to listen to the whole event over the weekend.

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