Lorianne Updike Toler is a constitutional legal historian and president of Libertas Constitutional Consulting, where she specializes in constitution-writing best practices, having worked and lived in Libya and the MENA region. She was the “midwife” to The Quill Project at Oxford and the founding president of The Constitutional Sources Project (www.ConSource.org) in Washington, DC. A graduate of Brigham Young University’s School of Communications and Law School (magna cum laude) and Oxford (MSt), she has published, spoken, and taught on US constitutional history, comparative constitutional history, intellectual property, Christianity, and religious freedom.
23rd Annual Federalist Society Faculty ConferenceWebinar & Live Stream
23rd Annual Federalist Society Faculty Conference
Young Legal Scholars Paper Presentations3:00pm - 5:00pm Featuring: Sadie Blanchard, Notre Dame Law School: “Contracts...