Popular Constitutionalism: a Symposium on "The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review", by Larry D. Kramer
Chicago-Kent College of Law
November 18-19, 2005
This symposium will bring together legal historians and constitutional scholars to discuss new perspectives on the history and theory of constitutional interpretation. The conference will be framed by consideration of Dean Larry Kramer's book and will consider the rise of judicial power in the United States and alternative ideas of the place of the Constitution in law, politics, and American culture.
The Symposium is free, but space is limited. Those wishing to attend the symposium should RSVP to Professor Daniel W. Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the Chicago-Kent Law Review, the Institute for Law and Humanities at Chicago-Kent College of Law, the Stanford Law Society of Chicago, and the Center for New Deal Studies at Roosevelt University.
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