Natural Law Workshop

Spring 2019 Program

Date

Speaker

Paper

January 8

Introduction

 
January 15 Phil Munoz, Notre Dame University

If Religious Liberty Does Not Mean Exemptions, What Might It Mean?

January 22 John Eastman, Chapman Law School

Natural Law and the Constitution

January 30 

Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law School

Richard Epstein, University of Chicago/Hoover Institute

 
February 5 Justin Dyer, Missouri University

The Christian Natural Law Tradition and James Wilson’s Lectures on Law

February 12 Laura Underkuffler, Cornell Law School Religion and Justice: Why Popular Legal Approaches Fail
February 19 Lucas Morel, Washington & Lee University

Lincoln, the Founders, and the Rights of Human Nature

February 26 Brad Watson, St. Vincent College

Progressivism and the New Science of Jurisprudence

March 12 Joseph Bessette, Claremont Graduate University

C.S. Lewis on Crime, Punishment, and Natural Law

March 19 RJ Pestritto, Hillsdale College

Founding Liberalism, Progressive Liberalism, and the Rights of Property

April 2

Steven Hayward

Judge Janice Rogers Brown

 
April 9

Nicole Garnett, Notre Dame Law School

The (Natural Law) Case for Educational Pluralism


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