Event Archives

Student Event: Fall 2022 Legal Intensive

  • November 5, 2022

Fall 2022 Legal Intensive The Premier One-Day Public Interest Law ProgramLocation: Harvard Faculty Club at Harvard Law School We are thrilled to announce that IJ will host our sixth Legal Intensive in person on November…

Short Circuit Live in New York City

  • New York,  NY
  • October 26, 2022

Please join us in person to see a special Short Circuit Live recording at the Mezzanine in New York City! The recording will feature Professor Bruce Green of Fordham, Professor Alex Reinert of Cardozo, and…

Constitutional GPA Launch @ UCLA

  • June 30, 2022

How well does your state and your federal circuit protect your constitutional rights? Come to UCLA on June 30th to find out.  The Institute for Justice is launching an…

Law Student Conference

  • June 4, 2022

The Institute for Justice (IJ) is pleased to offer our acclaimed Law Student Conference again this year.  The Law Student Conference is an annual tradition of nearly thirty years, drawing law students from…

Short Circuit Live at the National Press Club

  • April 6, 2022

Event Has Reached Full Capacity – Register Below for the Wait List! Please join us in person to see a special Short Circuit Live! It doesn’t get much better than this: three amazing SCOTUS…

IJ-Florida Celebrates 10 Years

  • February 24, 2022

IJ Friends in Florida, We have now been litigating for liberty for ten years in the Sunshine State! We are proud to say that, during that time, we have achieved victories in all…

Center for Judicial Engagement’s Forum on the Georgia Constitution

  • Atlanta,  GA
  • February 4, 2022

Join us on Friday, February 4, 2022 at Georgia State University College of Law, for an exciting exploration of judicial engagement and the Georgia Constitution! Judicial engagement is the idea that courts should demand the government…

Does the Will of the People Actually Exist?

  • Arlington,  VA
  • September 10, 2021

When a court refrains from declaring a law unconstitutional it often explains that the law represents the “Will of the People” and that mere judges should invalidate that “Will” very sparingly. But what actually is…

Outrage Legislation: Civil Rights & Section 1983 at 150 Years

  • February 26, 2021

On April 20, 1871, President Grant signed into law the Ku Klux Klan Act, the Reconstruction Congress’s latest effort to address the ongoing terror rampant in the post-Civil War South. Section 1 of the Act created a…

Pennsylvania Judicial Engagement State Forum

  • October 16, 2020

Join us on Friday, October 16, 2020, for an exciting exploration of the Pennsylvania Constitution! Judicial engagement is the belief that the courts should not defer to the political branches when examining whether those branches…