Public Law & Policy Workshop (Fall)

Fall 2019 Program




August 19

Erwin Chemerinsky, Berkeley Law

The Establishment Clause: In Defense of Separating Church and State

August 26 Bertrall Ross, Berkeley Law

Passive Voter Suppression

September 9 John Yoo, Berkeley Law

A Defense of the Electoral College in the Time of Trump

September 16  Bernie Meyler, Stanford Law

Common Law Confrontations

September 23 Justice Elena Kagan


September 27 Jamal Greene, Columbia Law

The Rights Epidemic: How the Addiction to Absolute Justice is Dividing America, and What We Can Do About It

September 30 Ed Rubin, Vanderbilt Law

A Theory of Democracy for the Administrative State

October 7 Carlton Larsen, UC Davis Law

The Trials of Allegiance: Treason, Juries, and the American Revolution

October 14 Dan Farber, Berkeley Law

Contested Ground: Presidential Power and the Constitution

October 18

Will Baude, University of Chicago Law

Habeas Corpus in Wartime and Larger Lessons for Constitutional Law

Adjudication Outside Article III

October 28 Rebecca Ingber, Boston University Law Congressional Administration of Foreign Affairs
November 4 Karen Tani, Berkeley Law  
November 8 Matt Waxman, Columbia Law  
November 18

Sai Prakash, Virginia Law