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For readers who may be interested, here are my upcoming speaking engagements for the next several months. All are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.
August 28, Cato Institute, Washington DC, 6:30-7:30 PM: panel on "The Politics of Game of Thrones." Other participants include Alyssa Rosenberg (Washington Post), Peter Suderman (Reason), and Matthew Yglesias (Vox). Registration and additional information is available here.
September 1, American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 2-3:30 PM: "How the Size and Scope of Government Undermines the Rule of Law," panel on "Challenges to the Rule of Law." Other participants include Daniel Barnhizer (Michigan State, moderator), Laurence Claus (University of San Diego), Daniel Lowenstein (UCLA), and Deanell Tacha (Pepperdine). This event is only open to paying participants in the APSA conference.
September 8, Cornell Law School, Ithaca, NY, Myron Taylor Hall, Room 184, noon-1:30 PM: Panel on the travel ban case currently before the Supreme Court. Other participants are Michael Dorf (Cornell Law School) and Eric Posner (University of Chicago Law School). This event is co-sponsored by Cornell Law School, the Federalist Society, and the American Constitution Society.
September 21, University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, MD, noon to 1:15 PM. "Federalism and Sanctuary Cities." With commentary by Prof. Garrett Epps of the University of Baltimore. Sponsored by the University of Baltimore Federalist Society.
September 28, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, noon-1 PM (tentative time): "Eminent Domain and the Border Wall." Second speaker TBA. Co-sponsored by the University of Arizona Federalist Society, the Native American Law Student Association and the Indigenous People Law and Policy Program.
November 9, North Carolina State University, School of Public and International Affairs, Raleigh, NC, time TBA: Talk on constitutional property rights. More details of this event will be forthcoming.
November 16, Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention, Washington, DC, 11:45 AM-1:30 PM. Panel on potential cross-idoelogical cooperation on federalism. Other participants include Prof. John McGinnis (Northwestern University) and two others TBD. This even is only open to paying attendees of the Federalist Society Convention, though members of the media are usually able to attend for free.