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Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Painting Constitutional Law: Thursday, February 16

For readers in the Miami area:

FIU College of Law will post Painting Constitutional Law: A Celebration of Xavier Cortada's "May It Please the Court" at 5:30 tomorrow (Thursday, February 16) at FIU College of Law. May It Please the Court is a painting series by Miami artist Xavier Cortada, representing ten major SCOTUS cases originating in Florida. My colleague Matthew Mirow and I edited a 2021 book, Painting Constitutional Law, featuring essays analyzing the paintings and underlying cases. This program brings both together. Speakers include Mirow, Cortada, and Jenny Carroll (Alabama), who wrote the essay on Williams v. Florida (jury size).

Please attend if you are in town and able. The event will be recorded and livestreamed.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on February 15, 2023 at 10:52 AM in Blogging, Books, Howard Wasserman | Permalink


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