Law & the Courts

Scalia Speaks Events in Philadelphia and Princeton

On Wednesday evening (Dec. 6), the Philadelphia lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society will host my discussion of Scalia Speaks. Register here.

Late Thursday afternoon (Dec. 7), I’ll be at Princeton University for a roundtable discussion of Scalia Speaks sponsored by Princeton’s James Madison Program. My co-editor Chris Scalia and NYU law professor (and former Scalia clerk) Rachel Barkow will take part in the discussion, to be moderated by Matt Franck, author of this wonderful review of the book.

Books will be available for sale and signing at both events. I’m very much looking forward to them.

Next week: Birmingham, Montgomery, Pensacola, and Dallas.

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