I’ll be in Pittsburgh this Thursday, November 5, for two events in which I’ll discuss lessons of the Sotomayor confirmation process.
The first event is at Pitt law school from 1:00 to 2:00 (in room 113). I’m grateful that Pitt law professor Arthur Hellman, a scholar of the federal courts, will offer commentary on my presentation. Lunch will be provided.
From 4:30 to 5:30, I’ll be at Duquesne law school (room 204). Duquesne law professor Robert S. Barker, whose scholarly interests include constitutional law, has kindly agreed to offer commentary. Free food will be served. (More information here.)
The events are sponsored by the respective law school chapters of the Federalist Society.