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Bruce Ackerman bruce.ackerman at yale.edu
Ian Ayres ian.ayres at yale.edu
Mary Dudziak mary.l.dudziak at emory.edu
Joey Fishkin joey.fishkin at gmail.com
Heather Gerken heather.gerken at yale.edu
Abbe Gluck abbe.gluck at yale.edu
Mark Graber mgraber at law.umaryland.edu
Stephen Griffin sgriffin at tulane.edu
Bernard Harcourt harcourt at uchicago.edu
Scott Horton shorto at law.columbia.edu
Andrew Koppelman akoppelman at law.northwestern.edu
Marty Lederman msl46 at law.georgetown.edu
Sanford Levinson slevinson at law.utexas.edu
David Luban david.luban at gmail.com
Gerard Magliocca gmaglioc at iupui.edu
Jason Mazzone mazzonej at illinois.edu
Linda McClain lmcclain at bu.edu
John Mikhail mikhail at law.georgetown.edu
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Nate Persily npersily at gmail.com
Michael Stokes Paulsen michaelstokespaulsen at gmail.com
Deborah Pearlstein dpearlst at princeton.edu
Rick Pildes rick.pildes at nyu.edu
Richard Primus raprimus at umich.edu
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Alice Ristroph alice.ristroph at shu.edu
Neil Siegel siegel at law.duke.edu
Brian Tamanaha btamanaha at wulaw.wustl.edu
Mark Tushnet mtushnet at law.harvard.edu
Adam Winkler winkler at ucla.edu
March 3 Event at UNC: Federalism in the Rehnquist and Roberts Courts
On March 3, 2016, the North Carolina Law Review will host a colloquy on Federalism in the Rehnquist and Roberts Courts. The colloquy begins at 4:15 pm at the UNC School of Law.
The colloquy grows out of an article Carl Emery Woock and I published last December entitled Federalism as Docket Control. The article uses the twentieth anniversary of United States v. Lopez (2015) to revisit the Rehnquist Court’s federalism revolution.
The colloquy will continue the conversation about the Rehnquist Court as well as take up federalism developments in the Roberts Court and the possible impact (from a federalism perspective) of a new Court member following the death of Justice Scalia.
Besides myself, participants at the colloquy include Ernest Young and Neil Siegel (Duke), Rick Hills (NYU), Jud Campbell (Stanford), and Bill Marshall, Mary-Rose Papandrea, Michael Gerhardt, and Eric Muller (UNC).
Faculty members or students interested in attending the colloquy should feel free to e-mail me at mazzonej[at]illinois.edu for additional information.