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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Houston Higher Education Law Roundtable

A quick thanks to Michael Olivas and the other faculty and participants at this year's Houston Higher Education Law Roundtable, run by the Institute for Higher Education Law & Governance, for a wonderful chance to participate in a roundtable on higher education law issues last week.  The other presentations were wonderful.  I look forward to talking more here about my paper when it is ready for dissection; it deals with the varied (and poor) treatments of deference in the Supreme Court's Solomon Amendment decision last year, and more broadly with the role of deference in constitutional law and theory.  In the meantime, my general direction can be seen in this paper.

Posted by Paul Horwitz on May 29, 2007 at 08:44 AM in Paul Horwitz | Permalink


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