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On March 27, Professor Scott Gerber will present "Law and Religion in Colonial Connecticut" at the Ohio Academy of History.
Professor Scott Gerber spoke at Columbia on March 6 on Liberal Originalism.
In late February, Professor Scott Gerber participated in the Tennessee Law Review symposium about the Third Amendment. The symposium was mentioned in a March 2 USA Today column .
In March, Professor Bruce Frohnen took part in a Liberty Fund colloquium on Liberty and Patriotism, dealing with conflicts and complementarities between the two.
Professor Scott Gerber will present a paper called An Unavoidably Brief Historiography of the Third Amendment at the Tennessee Law Review symposium on the Third Amendment. The symposium will be held in Knoxville on February 28, 2015.
Professor Scott Gerber has been invited to talk about the Declaration of Independence at Columbia Law School this spring on a date TBA.
On January 26, Professor Scott Gerber will present "Law and Religion in Colonial Maryland" at Regent University School of Law.
An article Professor Scott Gerber published in Vanderbilt Law Review was cited in an article by Senator Ted Cruz criticizing the Obama Administration's expansion of executive power.
Professor Bruce Frohnen's book chapter John Adams: Statesmanship and the Limits of Popularity has been accepted for publication in Fornieri & Deutsch, eds., The Renewal of Statesmanship, to be published by University Press of Kentucky in early 2015.
Rick Bales and a former student have been invited to participate in the upcoming symposium Employment Law, Bargaining Power, and the Gap, sponsored by the Whittier Law Review in Costa Mesa, California on November 7, 2014.