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12 Nov 2013, 11:28 am by Dan Ernst
Saul Cornell and Nathan Kozuskanich (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2013), even though its authors and editors apparently have had nothing to do with the Connecticut Law Review's symposium. [read post]
12 May 2020, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
For the Symposium on Gerald Leonard and Saul Cornell, The Partisan Republic: Democracy, Exclusion, and the Fall of the Founders' Constitution, 1780s-1830s (Cambridge University Press, 2019).Saul CornellI would like to thank Jack Balkin and Mark Graber for organizing this virtual symposium. [read post]
30 Apr 2008, 11:42 am
These authors include Mark Tushnet, Robert Spitzer, Saul Cornell and Carl Bogus. [read post]
12 Sep 2019, 3:30 am by Christopher W. Schmidt
In the former category are Bernadette Meyler’s powerful critique of the Supreme Court’s reading of the history of the Sixth Amendment’s Confrontation Clause; Saul Cornell’s challenge to originalists to meet the standards of a“genuinely historical approach to reading Founding Era texts that draws on the best interdisciplinary methods available”;1 William Baude and Stephen E. [read post]
12 Apr 2016, 7:25 am by Alfred Brophy
  The table of contents is as follows: The Future of Legal History: Roman Law Ulrike Babusiaux 6 The Future of the History of Medieval Trade Law Albrecht Cordes 12 Constitutional Meaning and Semantic Instability: Federalists and Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Constitutional Language Saul Cornell 21 A Context for Legal History, or, This is not your Father’s Contextualism Justin Desautels-Stein 29 If the Present were the Past Matthew Dyson 41 For a Renewed History of… [read post]
20 Oct 2023, 9:30 pm by Karen Tani
A notice of Saul Cornell’s research in advance of the oral arguments in United States v. [read post]
27 Mar 2023, 10:50 am by Stephen Halbrook
  California's star witness was Saul Cornell, who testified that in his opinion, California's law fully complied with the Bruen decision. [read post]
22 Nov 2022, 7:43 am by Eric Segall
The answer, given today's strong culture of judicial supremacy, is simply no.The guests on my last two Supreme Myths podcasts were Saul Cornell, history professor at Fordham, and Jud Campbell, law professor at the University of Richmond (visiting this semester at the University of Chicago). [read post]
16 Dec 2022, 5:01 am by Stephen Halbrook
" He quotes Saul Cornell describing "law office history" as "a results oriented methodology in which evidence is selectively gathered and interpreted to produce a preordained conclusion. [read post]
22 Aug 2017, 5:42 am by Shu-Yi Oei
Here’s the 2017-18 slate: FALL 2017 September 12, 2017 – Saule Omarova (Cornell): “Private Wealth and Public Goods: A Case for a National Investment Authority” September 26, 2017 – Rory Van Loo (Boston University): “Consumer Law as Tax Alternative” Tuesday, October 17, 2017 – William Birdthistle (Chicago-Kent):  “Free Funds: Retirement Saving as Public Infrastructure”… [read post]
5 Dec 2007, 12:40 pm
The original understanding of the text is very complex, as shown by historians Saul Cornell and Jack Rakove among others; and longstanding social practices and many court of appeals have refused to accept the individual rights interpretation. [read post]
6 Jan 2012, 5:01 pm by Erik Gerding
Admati, Peter Conti-Brown, & Paul Pfleiderer, Liability Holding Companies (presented by Peter Conti-Brown (Stanford), comments by Saule Omarova (North Carolina)) (my introductory blog post) Sunday: Eric Chaffee (Dayton) & Geoffrey C. [read post]
2 Jan 2008, 7:10 am
Hathaway, Saul Levmore, Tracey L. [read post]
24 Mar 2014, 1:06 pm by Dan Filler
Song Richardson from IowaGregory Schaffer from Minnesota Chicago Justin Driver from Texas Colorado David Hasen from Santa Clara Columbia Edward Morrison from Chicago Cornell Saule Omarova from North CarolinaGerald Torres from Texas Drexel Amy Landers from McGeorge Florida Robert Rhee from Maryland Florida International Charles Jalloh from PittsburghKalyani Robbins from Akron George Washington Emily Hammond from Wake Forest Georgetown William Buzbee from Emory Harvard Samuel Moyn… [read post]
18 Apr 2010, 12:14 pm by Rick Hills
But, rather than pick the one guy from the 18th century that stands opposed to all of his beliefs, I'd urge Beck to popularize neglected American writers who really embraced Tea-Party sentiments: He ought to embrace those backwoodsy Anti-Federalist oddballs described so well by Saul Cornell -- guys like William Findley and (albeit much more moderately) Melanchton Smith. [read post]
24 Jul 2018, 10:33 am by David Kopel
Adopting a theory propounded by historian Saul Cornell, The dissent faults our reliance on decisions from the South, implying that the thorough analysis found in such opinions must have been the product of a "culture where slavery, honor, violence, and the public carrying of weapons were intertwined. [read post]
15 Dec 2022, 11:17 am
" And he quotes Saul Cornell, writing in Slate, accusing the Court in Bruen of having "cherry picked" the historical record. [read post]
16 Feb 2016, 8:30 am by Mark Graber
  He never sought to refute Saul Cornell's influential claim that the right to bear arms in 1791 was the right to be part of a state militia. [read post]
11 Aug 2015, 2:55 pm by Stephen Griffin
  Lately it seems my name has come up a bit more than usual, especially in a recent interesting exchange between Lawrence Solum and Saul Cornell on the value of intellectual history and in Solum’s article on constitutional construction in a highly useful symposium in the Fordham Law Review. [read post]