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Tenth Annual Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference in San Diego
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The Center for the Study of Constitutional Originalism is pleased to announce the papers and commentators for the Tenth Annual Hugh and Hazel Darling Foundation Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference at the University of San Diego, February 22-23, 2019:

Josh Blackman (South Texas) & James Phillips (Stanford), Corpus Linguistics and the Second Amendment.  Commentator:  Nelson Lund (George Mason)

Andrew Kent (Fordham), Ethan Leib (Fordham) & Jed Shugerman (Fordham), “Faithful Execution” and Article II.  Commentator:  Bernadette Meyler (Stanford)

Jennifer Mascott (George Mason), The Ratifiers’ Theory of Officer Accountability.  Commentator:  Will Baude (Chicago)

Robert Reinstein (Temple), The Implied Powers of the United States.  Commentator:  Michael McConnell (Stanford)

Fred Schauer (Virginia), Against the Interpretation-Construction Distinction. Commentator:  Keith Whittington  (Princeton)

Jeremy Telman (Valparaiso), John Marshall’s Constitution: Distinguishing Originalism from Ipse Dixit in Constitutional Adjudication.  Commentator:  Michael Paulsen (St. Thomas)

William Treanor (Georgetown), Framer’s Intent: Gouverneur Morris, the Committee of Style, and the Creation of the Federalist Constitution. Commentator:  Jonathan Gienapp (Stanford)

We are excited to again have such a distinguished lineup of authors and commentators for the conference, and we invite all scholars who are interested in originalism to attend and participate in the conference by reading the papers and joining the discussion.