The Global Summit offers the opportunity to showcase ideas in all areas of constitutionalism, to highlight publications in the field, to engage in rewarding and collaborative intellectual exchange, and to enjoy occasions for informal interaction.
First Amendment Center Director, Steven Collis, participates in a panel at the National Archives Museum in Washington, D.C., commemorating the 80th anniversary of the events he writes about in his book The Immortals.
With an increase in people leaving organized religion in the United States, Professor Mark Movsesian will discuss his recent essay, "The New Thoreaus", on how the law should treat these religious “Nones.”
Join Professors Nelson Tebbe (Cornell Law)and Eugene Volokh (UCLA Law) for a conversation regarding how and whether current applications of free speech doctrines affect disparities in income, wealth, and other goods; whether those applications should be altered; and the disagreements and controversies arising from some of the proposed changes. Moderated by Texas Law Professor Steven Collis.
Join Dean Farnsworth, Professor Steven Collis, the hosts of the nationally-acclaimed Pantsuit Politics Podcast and members of UT's traditionally conservative and progressive student organizations for an honest look at how they’re staying friends—or not—in this fractious election season.
Join the Clements Center for National Security and the The Bech-Loughlin First Amendment Center in a discussion with David A. French, Senior Editor of The Dispatch, and University of Texas at Austin President Jay Hartzell on French's recently published book.