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2023 Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference Papers and Commentators
Michael Ramsey

The University of San Diego's Originalism Center is pleased to present the complete list of papers and commentators for the Fourteenth Annual Hugh and Hazel Darling Foundation Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference scheduled for February 10-11, 2023, at the University of San Diego Law School:

William Baude (Chicago), Jud Campbell (Richmond) & Stephen Sachs (Harvard),  General Law and the Fourteenth Amendment

            Commentator: Jack Balkin (Yale) 

Andrew Coan (Arizona) & David Schwartz (Wisconsin), Enumeration and Original Meaning

            Commentator: Randy Barnett (Georgetown)

John Harrison (Virginia), Natural Rights, Incorporation, and the Original Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment

            Commentator: Michael McConnell (Stanford)

John McGinnis (Northwestern) & Michael Rappaport (USD), An Originalist Approach to Prospective Overruling

            Commentator: Richard Kay (Connecticut)

Julian Mortenson (Michigan), “They Stood Forth in a Manly Way At Their Own Risk”: The Violate-and-Ratify Paradigm for Emergency Action in the Founding Era

            Commentator: Amanda Tyler (Berkeley)

Andrea Pin (Padua) & Graziella Romeo (Bocconi), Antonin Scalia and Hans Kelsen: An Odd Couple? Originalism and Neopositivism in Europe

            Commentator: Fred Schauer (Virginia)

Jed Shugerman (Fordham), Why “Executive Power” Did Not Include Removal: Vénalité, Offices as Property, and the Building/Buying of the Modern State

            Commentator: Ilan Wurman (Arizona State)