August 13, 2014
The journal Criminal Law & Philosophy kindly organized a symposium on my book, with essays by F. Boucher (Montreal) & C. Laborde (UCL), F. Schauer (Virginia), C. Brettschneider (Brown) and P. Jones (Newcaslte). A draft of my reply is here.
August 13, 2014 in Jurisprudence | Permalink
July 13, 2014
This draft is for a conference in the fall at UVA Law School on "Jurisprudence and History" organized by Charles Barzun and Daniel Priel; I may not revise it before then, but I will definitely revise it afterwards and before publication.
July 13, 2014 in Jurisprudence | Permalink
July 04, 2014
...by journalist Dan Fisher at Forbes. I talked to him prior to the perplexing injunction on behalf of Wheaton, but he integrated that effectively. And Justice Sotomayor gets it exactly right in the bit he quotes: it really is preposterous on its face that anyone's free exercise of religion is burdened by a bit of paperwork (if only it were so--I might find God!). (The 7th Circuit disposed of the other argument in the Notre Dame case--Justice Sotomayor noted the relevant bit, as does Mr. Fisher.)
July 4, 2014 in Jurisprudence, Of Academic Interest | Permalink
June 09, 2014
The scholarly debate has made it to the Chronicle of Higher Education,with lots of lawprofs featured, including me, Schwartzmann, Laycock, McConnell, Sager, Smith, and Koppelman.
June 9, 2014 in Faculty News, Jurisprudence, Of Academic Interest | Permalink