Does the “Will of the People” Actually Exist?
September 10, 2021
Liberty and Law Center of Antonin Scalia Law School
On September 10, 2021 the Center for Judicial Engagement will partner with the Liberty and Law Center of Antonin Scalia Law School for a conference with scholars from law, political science, and economics, to address the same two questions: (1) Does the “Will of the People” actually exist and if so to what extent? And (2) what does the answer to question (1) have to say for judicial deference to the political branches on questions of constitutionality? Invitees will write six different essays to be published in the George Mason Law Review, and additional scholars will comment on the essays at the conference. The public are invited to attend.
Please check back soon for information on attending, including CLE credit. The event will be held at Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia.