CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AFTER OBAMACARE
NEW YORK CITY | NOVEMBER 29, 2012
Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz, Professor of Law, Georgetown Law
Adam Freedman, Author, The Naked Constitution
Michael Greve, Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Richard Epstein, Visiting Scholar, Manhattan Institutes
James Copland, Director, Center for Legal Policy
On Thursday, November 29, 2012, The Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy will host a conference exploring questions in the wake of the Supreme Court's landmark constitutional decision NFIB v. Sebelius—the Obamacare case.
What is the current state of constitutional law? Where is it headed? Where should it go? The panel discussion will feature Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz, professor of law, Georgetown Law; Adam Freedman, author, The Naked Constitution;
Michael Greve, visiting scholar, American Enterprise Institute; and Richard Epstein, visiting scholar, Manhattan Institute. James Copland, director of the Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy, will be the moderator.
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