Law & the Courts

Scalia Speaks Events Next Week in Minnesota and D.C.

I have a slew of events on Scalia Speaks next week, including:

On Tuesday, November 14, I’ll be in Minneapolis for a lunchtime event sponsored by the University of St. Thomas law school chapter of the Federalist Society. UST law professor (and not-frequent-enough Bench Memos blogger—hint, hint) Mike Paulsen will join me in the discussion.

At 5:30 that evening, the Minnesota lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society will host me at Kieran’s Irish Pub—a great locale for me to read excerpts from Justice Scalia’s hilarious speech on the Italian view of the Irish. (My remarks will probably begin closer to 6:00.) RSVP to fedsocmn@gmail.com

On Wednesday, November 15, my co-editor Christopher Scalia and I will discuss the book in a 6:00 event at the Catholic Information Center in D.C.

Chris and I will have booksigning tables next Friday at the Federalist Society’s national lawyers convention.

And on Saturday, at 4:30 p.m., we will take part in the final session of the Federalist Society’s convention, a panel discussion with three other former Scalia clerks: Sixth Circuit judge Jeffrey S. Sutton, NYU law professor Rachel Barkow, and a special surprise, yet-to-be-announced panelist. A booksigning will follow that panel.

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