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February Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference in San Diego: Papers Announced
Michael Ramsey

The Center for the Study of Constitutional Originalism at the University of San Diego Law School has announced the papers and commentators for the Eleventh Annual Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference in February 2020.  Here they are:

Stephanie Barclay (Brigham Young), Evolving Constitutional Remedies and Religious Exemptions

            Commentator: John Harrison (Virginia)

Will Baude (Chicago) & Stephen Sachs (Duke), The Misunderstood Eleventh Amendment

            Commentator: Jim Pfander (Northwestern)

Jamal Greene (Columbia), Rereading the Bill of Rights

            Commentator: Randy Barnett (Georgetown)

Stephen Griffin (Tulane), Optimistic Originalism Meets the Unfortunate Nineteenth Century

            Commentator: Michael McConnell (Stanford)

Rick Hills (NYU), Strategic Ambiguity and Article VII’s Two-Stage Ratification Process: Why the Framers (Should Have) Decided Not to Decide

            Commentator: John McGinnis (Northwestern)

Julian Davis Mortenson (Michigan), The Executive Power Clause

            Commentator: Ilan Wurman (Arizona State)

Seth Barrett Tillman (Maynooth) & Josh Blackman (South Texas), Offices “of,” “under,” and “under the authority” of the United States

            Commentator: John Mikhail (Georgetown)