I’ll be doing a fair amount of speaking in the spring, some (but not all) of it connected to the upcoming publication of my book, The Justice of Contradictions: Antonin Scalia and the Politics of Disruption (Yale University Press 2018). The first event will be February 7 at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, commemorating the second anniversary of the Justice’s death. The book should start shipping in early March.
The schedule below is subject to change, and tentative. I’ll update periodically with links and rsvp information as applicable.
Hope to see many of you out there!
|Jan 26, 11 am||San Francisco, CA||UC Hastings||Voting in 2018 and Beyond Symposium|
|Jan 27, noon||Simi Valley, CA||Reagan Library||Federalist Society Western Conference, Discussion with 9th Cir. Judge Carlos Bea and Prof. Brad Smith on Donor Disclosure|
|Feb 7, evening||Philadelphia||National Constitution Center||Justice Antonin Scalia: Life and Legacy (Panel with Jeffrey Rosen and Kannon Shanmugam)|
|March 5, noon||New York, NY||Cardozo Law||Conversation about Scalia book at Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy|
|March 5, evenng||New York, NY||Brennan Center, NYU||Conversation about Scalia book with Joan Biskupic of CNN|
|March 6, lunch||Washington, D.C.||Georgetown Law||Conversation about Scalia book with Sue Bloch of Georgetown and Adam Liptak of NY Times|
|March 10, afternoon||Austin, TX||SXSW||Conseration with Rep. Terri Sewell and Mike Allen of Axios about voting rights|
|March 15, evening||Boston, MA||Northeastern Law||Conversation about Scalia book with Dan Urman|
|March 20, evening||Irvine, CA||UCI Law||Conversation with Adam Winkler about our new Supreme Court books|
|March 28, noon||Los Angeles CA (downtown)||LA ALOUD (Library Foundation)||Conversation about Scalia book with Erwin Chemerinsky|