On Wednesday, if New York and New Jersey transportation networks function passably, I’ll have three events on three different topics:
At noon, I’ll be at Cardozo law school in New York City for a “Supreme Court Roundup” sponsored by the law school’s Federalist Society chapter. My fellow panelists are law professors Kate Shaw and Sabeel Rahman and Cato’s Ilya Shapiro. (I’ve corrected this event description.)
At 4:15, I’ll be at Pace law school in White Plains for a debate/discussion with law professor Darren Rosenblum titled the “New Gender Neutral Bathrooms.” (The title, as I understand it, draws on the fact that Pace has recently established a number of multiple-occupancy gender-neutral bathrooms, but the discussion will focus more on the legal issues concerning transgender individuals and single-sex facilities.) The event is sponsored by the law school’s Federalist Society chapter.
In the evening, I’ll be at the Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey, to discuss “Judicial Nominations in the Trump Administration: Challenges and Opportunities” with the New Jersey lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society.