The Constitutional Law & Theory Colloquium series brings leading scholars in law, history, political science, and related fields to Cornell Law School to present their latest work. Co-conveners Josh Chafetz and Michael Dorf engage in lively discussion of cutting-edge issues in constitutional law and constitutional interpretation with students and guests.
RSVP to Karla Creech if you plan to attend.
“Split Definitive: How Party Polarization Turned the Supreme Court into a Partisan Court"”
Neal Devins, Goodrich Professor of Law, William and Mary School of Law
Monday, September 9, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 277, Myron Taylor Hall
"Rethinking Legislative Intent"
Victoria Nourse, Professor of Law, Georgetown Law
Monday, September 23, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 277, Myron Taylor Hall
“The Popular Sovereignty Principle of the Tenth Amendment”
Franita Tolson, Betty T. Ferguson Professor of Voting Rights, Florida State University College of Law
Monday, October 7, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 277, Myron Taylor Hall
“Bait and Switch: Why US v. Morrison is Wrong About Section Five”
Kermit Roosevelt, Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania School of Law
Monday, October 21, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 277, Myron Taylor Hall
“We the (Colored) People”
Guy Charles, Charles S. Ryne Professor of Law, Duke Law School
Monday, November 18, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 277, Myron Taylor Hall
"Freedom of Complex Associations"
Jacob Levy, Tomlinson Professor of Political Theory
Monday, December 2, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 277, Myron Taylor Hall