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Cleveland State University Symposium: "History and the Meaning of the Constitution"
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Cleveland-Marshall College of Law will host this year's Cleveland State University Law Review Symposium, entitled History and the Meaning of the Constitution, on April 18.  The speakers are:

Patrick Charles (U.S. Air Force historian), "History as a Guidepost to Interpreting the Constitution"

Sheldon Gelman (Cleveland-Marshall), "Court-packing and the 'Switch in Time': Recent Developments"

Scott Gerber (Ohio Northern), "Liberal Originalism: The Declaration of Independence and Constitutional Interpretation"

Lee Strang (Toledo), "Originalism's Promise and Limits"

(thanks to Patrick Charles and Scott Gerber; also noted at Legal History Blog).