Understanding Law Firms: State of the Market, How Much Do Grades Matter, and How Do I Get an Offer at a Big Law Firm, Anyway?
Public Law Workshop | Kurt Lash
Professor Kurt Lash is the E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Richmond where he teaches and writes about constitutional law.
Professor Lash has published a number of works on the subjects of constitutional history, theory and law, including The Fourteenth Amendment and the Privileges or Immunities of American Citizenship (Cambridge University Press, 2014), The Lost History of the Ninth Amendment (Oxford University Press, 2009), and The American First Amendment in the Twenty-first Century: Cases and Materials (with William W. Van Alstyne) (5th ed., Foundation Press).
Law and Economics Workshop | Neel Sukhatme
Paper Title: Have We Always Been Originalists?
Abstract: The debate over originalism has taken a “positive turn.” Many originalists today seek to avoid seemingly unresolvable normative debates by proposing a new empirical claim: Our law is originalist, and always has been. This claim has grown influential, yet there has been no systematic empirical study of its merit...