I will be liveblogging the Constitution in 2020 Conference at Yale Law School

The ACS is hosting a conference on the Constitution in 2020 from Friday, October 2 – Sunday, October 4 at Yale Law School. I will in attendance, and will liveblog each of the 8 panels throughout the weekend. I read the Constitution in 2020 a few months ago, and previously attended a panel held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

This conference will have some of the greatest legal minds alive today, and I’m really looking forward to what they have to say. Particularly, I am focusing on the Progressive vision of the Privileges or Immunities clause, especially in light of the Question Presented in McDonald v. Chicago. I am currently working on an article, approriately entitled Opening Pandora’s Box. The Privileges or Immunities Clause and the Constitution in 2020. I hope to glean some good insights for my writing from this conference.

Stay tuned to this blog for updates throughout the conference.

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One Response to “I will be liveblogging the Constitution in 2020 Conference at Yale Law School”

  1. Adelle Says:

    Josh – I’ll be at that conference, as well – briefly. I’m in New Haven from late Friday night until Monday morning. Want to get together for dinner or snarky political discussion with Jason and I? 🙂


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