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...
Public Law Workshop | Elizabeth Hidalgo Reese
Elizabeth Hidalgo Reese, Yunpoví (Tewa: Willow Flower) is a scholar of American Indian tribal law, federal Indian law, and constitutional law focusing on the intersection of identity, race, citizenship, and government structure.
Her scholarship examines the way government structures, citizen identity, and the history that is taught in schools, can impact the rights and powers of oppressed racial minorities within American law.
Public Law Workshop | Aditya Bamzai
Aditya Bamzai is a professor of law at the University of Virginia. He teaches administrative law, advanced administrative law, civil procedure, computer crime and conflicts of law, and he has written about these and related subjects.
His work on the development of American administrative law has been published in the Yale Law Journal, the Harvard Law Review and various other journals.