With last week's Constitution Day conference behind us (watch it here) -- and the release of the 2008-2009 Cato Supreme Court Review -- I can finally escape the office where I've been holed up all summer. Yes, it's time to go on the road and talk about all these wonderful legal issues we've learned about over the past year, as well as previewing the new Supreme Court term.
To that end, below the jump is my fall speaking schedule so far. All these events are sponsored by the Federalist Society (and in some cases co-sponsored by other organizations) and all are open to the public.
If you decide to attend one of the presentations after learning of it from this blog post, please feel free to drop me a line beforehand, and do introduce yourself after the event.
Sept. 24 at 11:50am - DePaul Law School, Chicago - Debate on the Second Amendment post-Heller
Sept. 24 at 4:30pm - Chicago-Kent School of Law - Panel on Rule of Law in Iraq
Sept. 29 at 5:00pm - University of Cincinnati Law School - Rule of Law and Economic Development
Sept. 30 at 12:00pm - Capital University Law School (Columbus, OH) - Review of October Term 2008/Preview of October Term 2009
Sept. 30 at 3:30pm - Ohio Northern School of Law (Ada, OH) - Debate on Ricci and Affirmative Action in Employment
Oct. 1 at 12:00pm - University of Toledo Law School - Debate on Ricci and Affrimative Action in Employment
Oct. 1 at 5:00pm - Thomas M. Cooley Law School (Auburn Hills, MI) - Immigration and the Constitution
Oct. 5 at 12:00pm - University of Pennsylvania Law School - Debate on the Use of Foreign Law in Constitutional Interpretation
Oct.6 at 5:30pm - Blank Rome LLP in Philadelphia (Federalist Society Lawyers Chapter; small admission fee) - Panel on Rule of Law in Iraq
Oct. 8 at 1:00pm - Penn State-Dickinson Law School (University Park) - October Term 2009 Preview
Oct. 13 at 5:15pm - George Mason University Law School (Arlington, VA) - October Term 2009 Preview
Oct. 26 at 12:00pm - Florida International University Law School (Miami) - Topic TBA
Oct. 27 at 12:30pm - University of Miami Law School - Topic TBA