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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Junior Federal Courts Conference

This Thursday and Friday, I will be at Michigan State College of Law for the second not-yet-annual) Junior Faculty Federal Courts Workshop, organized by MSU's Lumen Mulligan and UNC Visitor Philip Pucillo. It is organized as a true works-in-progress workshop, with each author having about 10 minutes to summarize and highlight and a senior scholar commenting for about 10 minutes, before opening the discussion up to the room.

There will be 21 people presenting and a crowd of about 35 attendees. I will be presenting an extremely early draft of my paper on Freedom of the Church and its substantive, rather than jurisdictional, nature.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on October 21, 2009 at 09:45 AM in Howard Wasserman | Permalink


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