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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Live Online Programs in Con Law & Beyond

The ever energetic Richard Albert (Texas) has organized several upcoming virtual meetings and all are invited - follow the links below.

Oh, and if you happen to speak Hebrew - here is an open and free to all event that I doing called From the Doll Wars to a Covid-19 Cure: How Law Helps (and sometimes hinders) Innovation. I will be interviewed by Barak Yagour, Director of R&D at Facebook. Join if you can this Friday - sign up here.

here are Richard's workshops:

  1. Judging in Times of Crisis: Conversations with High Court Judges around the World, a unique opportunity to exchange ideas directly with Supreme and Constitutional Court judges on the challenges they face in times of crisis;
  2. The Future of Liberal Democracy: Global Dialogues with Leading Scholars, a forum to discuss with experts today’s major questions on the future of liberal constitutionalism;
  3. Is the United States Constitution Broken?, a seminar discussion on whether the Constitution itself is a cause of the problems that ail modern American democracy;
  4. The State of Canada’s Constitutional Democracy, a multi-session course exploring the most pressing questions in Canadian constitutional law;
  5. The Theory and Design of Constitutional Change, a deep dive into the study of constitution-making and constitutional amendment;
  6. Modern Challenges in Constitutionalism: Perspectives from the World’s Leading Experts, an occasion to debate today’s biggest questions in public law with leading scholars.

plus a number of live how-to programs:

  1. The Law Faculty Hiring Process—Insights from Hiring Chairs and New Hires
  2. How to Write a book on Constitutional Law—and Get it Published: Advice from Scholars around the World


Posted by Orly Lobel on May 20, 2020 at 12:02 AM | Permalink


wonderful Richard! thank you

Posted by: Orly Lobel | May 22, 2020 9:39:09 AM

My sincere thanks to Orly for sharing the links to these courses! In response to the reader's question, the course descriptions explain that funds will be used to sponsor bursaries for students in Canada, Haiti, and the United States.

Posted by: Richard Albert | May 22, 2020 1:37:27 AM

thanks for pointing that out Lessig - I actually thought they were all free to all. I will look into it.

Posted by: Orly Lobel | May 20, 2020 5:04:10 PM

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Posted by: PRQ Exteriors | May 20, 2020 4:44:38 AM

It may be useful to point out that other than yours, they're all pay-for-play. It would also be useful to know where the fees for each are going?

Posted by: Lessig Disciple | May 20, 2020 12:34:07 AM

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