I’m pleased to be taking part in the Cato Institute’s Supreme Court symposium on Constitution Day, September 17. The symposium provides both a review of the past term and a preview of the upcoming term. I’ve been invited to discuss the Hobby Lobby ruling.
The featured event of the symposium is a lecture by Seventh Circuit judge Diane Sykes, titled “Judicial Minimalism and Its Limits.” (Speaking of Hobby Lobby: Sykes, you might recall, wrote an excellent opinion holding that the HHS mandate violated challengers’ RFRA rights.)
The full program for the symposium is available here, along with registration information.