NDLS Program on Constitutional Structure Sponsors London Conference, Continuity and Change in Public Law

Author: Denise Wager

The Program on Constitutional Structure and University of Oxford will co-sponsor a conference, Continuity and Change in Public Law, Feb. 16-17 at the University of Notre Dame in London.

Topics and Participants include:

The Myth of Judicial Supremacy
Aileen Kavanagh, associate professor of law, University of Oxford (St Edmund Hall)
Commentator: Erin Delaney, associate professor of law, Northwestern University

The President and the Detainees
Aziz Huq, Frank and Bernice J. Greenberg professor of law, University of Chicago
Commentator: Rachael Walsh, assistant professor of law, Trinity College Dublin

Rawls and the Perpetual Constitution
Paul Yowell, associate professor of law, University of Oxford (Oriel)
Commentator: Jeff Pojanowski, professor of law, Notre Dame Law School

The Place of Economic Crisis in American Constitutional Law: The Great Depression as a Case Study
Barry Cushman, John P. Murphy Foundation professor of law, Notre Dame Law School
Commentator: Jeff King, professor of law, University College London

 A Plantagenet Constitution in the 21st Century
Timothy Endicott, professor of legal philosophy, University of Oxford (Balliol)
Commentator: Amy Barrett, Diane and M.O. Miller, II Research Chair in Law, Notre Dame Law School

Settled Versus Right: A Theory of Precedent
Randy Kozel, professor of law, Notre Dame Law School
Commentator: Richard Ekins, tutorial fellow in law, University of Oxford (St John’s)

Sponsored by the NDLS Program on Constitutional Structure and the Oxford Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government.