Bill of Rights Journal Symposium: Constitutional Rights: Intersections, Synergies, and Conflicts
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- Open to the public
The Symposium begins at 12:30 PM Friday and we have three panels until 5:30 PM. Our second day begins on Saturday at 8:30 AM when there will be a light breakfast. There will be two panels beginning at 9:15 AM and ending at 12:30 PM. The Symposium is being held at the Law School.
Speakers include Carlos Ball (Rutgers Law School), Ash Bhagwat (UC Davis School of Law), Joseph Blocher (Duke University School of Law), Michael Coenen (Seton Hall Law School), Caroline Mala Corbin (University of Miami School of Law), Debbie Hellman (University of Virginia School of Law), Jessie Hill (Case Western Reserve University School of Law), Nan Hunter (Georgetown University School of Law), Doug Laycock (University of Virginia School of Law, visiting at Texas Law), Greg Magarian (Washington University School of Law), Darrell Miller (Duke University School of Law), Luke Morgan (Third year law student at Duke University writing with Joseph Blocher), Liz Sepper (Washington University School of Law), Nelson Tebbe (Cornell Law School), and Robert Tsai (American University Washington College of Law).
Ranked 3rd in student-edited constitutional law journals by Washington and Lee’s law library, the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal is published in four issues per annual volume, adding almost 1,400 pages to the Institute’s scholarly corpus each year. Containing both student-edited professional articles and student-written notes, staff membership is open to all interested students, but the competition for admission is intense.
Each year, as the Institute sponsors symposia on topics of contemporary constitutional significance, leading scholars from around the nation assemble at the School of Law to present papers and debate their merits. Subsequently, these papers are published in the Journal, making these symposia one of the most significant academic forums for the publication of scholarship on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
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