Zoom Conversation with Michael Abramowicz, Will Baude, Orin Kerr, and Me—You're All Invited to Watch and Ask Questions

It will be 8 pm Pacific, 9 pm Mountain, 10 pm Central, 11 pm Eastern, on Tuesday, March 31, for about an hour.


Michael, Will, Orin, and I will enjoy a couple of drinks and talk about what's been going on—perhaps about constitutional law in time of epidemics, force majeure clauses in contracts, distance learning and teaching and how much of it might continue after all this is over, or, basically, whatever else we feel like talking about on a Tuesday night. We'd love it if you join the Zoom session, and ask questions via chat. (If it's too late for you where you live, we expect that we'll record the session and post the video online.)

We have no idea how well this will work technically, though so far Zoom has been good to us. But "it is an experiment, as all life is an experiment," and if we screw up this time, we'll try to do better the next.

I'll post the link to the session Tuesday, but for now I just wanted to give you a heads up about this so you can pencil it in, if you're interested.

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  1. Great, thanks! Looking forward to it.

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