Disingenuous Interpretation

I have been attending the 13th annual Constitutional Law Colloquium at the Loyola (Chicago) Law School this weekend. Among my favorite talks thus far is “Disingenuous Interpretation” by my new colleague and friend Michael Smith, who teaches law at the University of Idaho. His paper is not yet posted on SSRN, but he has blogged about some of the ideas in his paper here. (Professor Smith has also graciously provided me a copy of his draft paper, so I will be blogging about his work on constitutional interpretation soon; in the meantime, check out his 2020 paper “Shooting Fish.”)

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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