Call for Papers -- 2020 Federalist Society Annual Faculty Conference

The 2020 Federalist Society Annual Faculty Conference will take place January 3-4, 2020 in Washington, DC (more location information coming soon). The conference will again take place as part...

Junior Faculty Workshops: Request for Proposals

Junior Faculty Workshops are intended to provide a structured—but relatively informal—environment in which six or so faculty members from different law schools can gather to...

Support Funds for Presentation of Junior Scholarship

Support Funds are intended to defray travel costs for junior scholars (defined as law faculty who have been in tenure-track positions no more than seven years,...

Call for Papers -- Junior Scholars Colloquium

Call for Papers -- 2019 Junior Scholars Colloquium We are pleased to announce a Call for Papers for our seventh annual Junior Scholars Colloquium, which is scheduled for June 14-15,...

Olin-Searle-Smith-Darling Fellows in Law (Full-Time)

The ProgramThe Olin-Searle-Smith-Darling Fellows in Law program will offer top young legal thinkers the opportunity to spend one to two years working full time on...

Part-Time Fellowships

The Federalist Society may award one or more part-time fellowships designed to assist prospective legal academics to develop their scholarship on a part-time basis. Our...

James Kent Summer Academy

The Federalist Society’s James Kent Summer Academy is a program for law students and recent graduates who demonstrate strong potential for being leaders among a...

Clinical Fellows in Law (Full-Time)

The Program The Clinical Fellows in Law program offers support to talented academically inclined practitioners who seek to spend one year working full-time in a law school’s...

Third Annual Article I Writing Contest

Topic: The Nondelegation Doctrine: Intelligible Principle or Unworkable Standard? Our Constitution vests legislative, executive, and judicial powers in three discrete, separate branches. Can Congress modify this...

2020 Joseph Story Award

The Joseph Story Award is named for Joseph Story, who was appointed to the Supreme Court at the age of 32, served as the first Dane Professor...