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Friday, June 26, 2009

New Symposium on Originalism in NW U. L. Rev.

Via Tarlton, I just saw word of a great looking symposium on originalism in the Nw U L. Review.

I've posted the Contents after the jump. Congrats to EIC Dave Baltmanis and his team on putting this together.

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW

Volume 103       Number 2       Spring 2009

 

SYMPOSIUM

ORIGINAL IDEAS ON ORIGINALISM

FOREWARD: ORIGINAL IDEAS ON ORIGINALISM

Brian A. Lichter & David P. Baltmanis

491

 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMBIGUITIES AND ORIGINALISM: LESSONS FROM THE SPENDING POWER

Lynn A. Baker

495

 

FRAMEWORK ORIGINALISM AND THE LIVING CONSTITUTION

Jack M. Balkin

549

 

THE MISCONCEIVED ASSUMPTION ABOUT CONSTITUTIONAL ASSUMPTIONS

Randy E. Barnett

615

 

TWO CHEERS FOR PROFESSOR BALKIN'S ORIGINALISM

Steven G. Calabresi & Livia Fine

663

 

ORIGINAL INTENTION AND PUBLIC MEANING IN CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION

Richard S. Kay

703

 

PHONY ORIGINALISM AND THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE

Andrew Koppelman

727

 

ORIGINAL METHODS ORIGINALISM: A NEW THEORY OF INTERPRETATION AND THE CASE AGAINST CONSTRUCTION

John O. McGinnis & Michael B. Rappaport

751

 

RECONCILING ORIGINALISM AND PRECEDENT

John O. McGinnis & Michael B. Rappaport

803

 

DOES THE CONSTITUTION PRESCRIBE RULES FOR ITS OWN INTERPRETATION?

Michael Stokes Paulsen

857

 

DISTRICT THE CONSTITUTION PRESCRIBE RULES FOR ITS OWN INTERPRETATION?

Lawrence B. Solum

923

 

AGAINST TEXTUALISM

William Michael Treanor

983

Posted by Dan Markel on June 26, 2009 at 05:56 PM in Constitutional thoughts | Permalink

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District?

Posted by: Chris | Jun 27, 2009 4:51:33 PM

Ah, good catch Chris. For whatever reason, the Tarlton emails tend to include somewhat unusual typos...I'm glad to see someone's reading these posts in June!

Posted by: Dan Markel | Jun 28, 2009 1:44:06 AM

So, did Solum reply to Paulsen, or was the whole end of his title just a mis-repetition of Paulsen's, or what?

Posted by: Chris | Jun 28, 2009 8:46:08 AM

Ah, here's the answer: Solum's title is "District of Columbia v. Heller and Originalism" (on SSRN here).

Posted by: Chris | Jun 28, 2009 6:18:47 PM

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