Yale Law School recently announced a major new program on Originalism. Here is an excerpt from their press release:
Yale Law School is proud today to announce the launch of a major new intellectual initiative, “The Rosenkranz Originalism Conference at Yale Law School.” This program, many months in the making, will bring prominent academics and jurists to Yale for a day-long conference each semester to discuss and debate various approaches to and critiques of originalism in constitutional thought and practice. The initiative will be led by Visiting Professor Steven G. Calabresi ’83 and Professor Akhil Reed Amar ’84 and is sponsored by — and was largely inspired by — Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz ‘99, Professor of Law at Georgetown.
The Yale Daily News also wrote a piece describing the conference series and context of the annoucement. Click the link below to access their coverage as well as Yale Law School's full statement.
- Yale Daily News Coverage of Rosenkranz Originalism Conference
- Yale Law School Announcement of Rosenkranz Originalism Conference