Who's Afraid of Substantive Due Process?
In partnership with Randy Barnett's Center for the Constitution at Georgetown Law School, we were pleased to host the JWI Conference: "Who's Afraid of Substantive Due Process?" on Friday, April 21. In addition to Hadley Arkes and Randy Barnett, this Conference featured remarks delivered by Justin Dyer, Matthew Franck, and Christopher Green. It was formatted to be a seminar-styled Conference, and we were privileged to be joined by other great legal scholars who enriched the conversation.
This Conference was made possible by the Charles Koch Foundation.
Founder and Director, The James Wilson Institute
Director, Georgetown Center for the Constitution
Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University Law Center
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Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Missouri
Director of the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy
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Director of the William E. and Carol G. Simon Center on Religion and the Constitution, the Witherspoon Institute
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Associate Professor of Law and H.L.A. Hart Scholar in Law and Philosophy
University of Mississippi School of Law
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