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.
“The Liberty to Marry”
Cary Franklin, Assistant Professor, University of Texas Law School
Monday, October 29, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 276, Myron Taylor Hall
"Habeas Corpus Goes to War"
Amanda Tyler, Professor, UC-Berkeley Law School
Monday, November 5, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 276, Myron Taylor Hall
“The Constitutional Philosophy of Barack Obama: Democratic Pragmatism and Religious Commitment”
Rogers Smith, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor, University of Pennsylvania Political Science Department
Monday, November 19, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 276, Myron Taylor Hall
“Pathetic Argument in Constitutional Law”
Jamal Greene, Professor, Columbia Law School
Monday, September 17, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 276, Myron Taylor Hall
Stephen Sachs, Assistant Professor, Duke Law School
Monday, October 15, 4:15 to 5:55 pm, Room 276, Myron Taylor Hall