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Speech That May Cause Illegal Conduct with Eugene Volokh

On April 30, 2024, the James Madison Program hosted Eugene Volokh, Thomas M. Siebel Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, for a lecture titled, "Speech That May Cause…

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Bradford Seminar - "The Green Amendment Movement: Should We Have a Constitutional Right to a Clean Environment?"

Senator Andrew Zwicker is a physicist and a member of the New Jersey Senate representing Central NJ's 16th Legislative District. He serves as Chair of the Legislative Oversight Committee,…

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The Supreme Court's Traditionalist Turn with Sherif Girgis (Antonin Scalia Constitution Day Lecture)

On September 22, 2022 the James Madison Program hosted the Antonin Scalia Constitution Day Lecture at Princeton University with Sherif Girgis '08, titled, "The Supreme Court's…

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Whose Privileges? What Immunity? A Symposium for the Sesquicentennial of the Slaughter-House Cases

On September 16, 2023, Princeton University's James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions hosted a symposium titled, "Whose Privileges? What Immunity? A Symposium for the…

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Giuffra Conference - The Founders on Religious Liberty and Church-State Relations

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Institutional Neutrality and the Mission of the University, Panel 2: Legal Implications of Kalven

On November 11, 2022, the James Madison Program hosted a conference titled, "Institutional Neutrality and the Mission of the University." This conference was part of the Initiative on…

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Vincent Phillip Muñoz on How Justice Alito ’72, the Supreme Court’s Originalists, and Almost All Conservatives Misinterpret the Free Exercise of Religion

On November 15, 2022, the James Madison Program hosted a lecture by Vincent Phillip Muñoz titled, "How Justice Alito ’72, the Supreme Court’s Originalists, and Almost All…

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ReMatch Intern - Hannah Van Dusen

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Modern Threats to the First Amendment

The Annual Elizabeth M. Whelan lecture featuring Kimberley Strassel '94. The First Amendment's traditional protectors are failing, while its new gatekeepers aren't up to the task. This…

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Facial Recognition Technology in the State of New Jersey: Promoting Resident Privacy through Transparency and Regulation Within Law Enforcement, Grace Zhuang, UG '23 (3963609)

Facial recognition technology is a tool that is being used across the country by state and local law enforcement agencies. Within law enforcement, facial recognition technology can be used in cases…

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Understanding Free Speech on Campus: The Ten Critical Judgments the Supreme Court Has Made About the Meaning of the First Amendment

Geoffrey R. Stone, Edward H. Levi Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Chicago To understand the core principles of free speech on campus, it is helpful to understanding the evolution of…

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Understanding Free Speech on Campus

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Coffee with ORPA: ERA: Agreements - 3/17/22

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Our Dear-Bought Liberty

Our Dear-Bought Liberty is the history of how early American Catholics justified secularism and overcame suspicions of disloyalty, transforming ideas of religious liberty in the process.In colonial…

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What Does It Mean to Interpret the Constitution?

Do Supreme Court justices really just call balls and strikes, or are the Court’s decisions merely politics by another name? When we read that judges are originalists or favor a living…

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Can the Law Keep Up With Technology, Alumni Faculty Forum, Reunions 2020

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