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PoliTALK Student Dinner with James Fleming
Thursday, October 31, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
Student PoliTALK dinner with
Professor of Law, B.U. School of Law
Morrison Commons, Rockefeller Center
The Rockefeller Center is hosting this student dinner with James Fleming. Seating is limited, so do not hesitate if you want to take advantage of this opportunity.
The student dinner immediately follows James Fleming's Roger S. Aaron '64 public lecture, "The Myth of Strict Scrutiny for Fundamental Rights" at 4:30 pm in Rockefeller Room 003.
James E. Fleming is Professor of Law, The Honorable Frank R. Kenison Distinguished Scholar in Law, and Associate Dean for Research and Intellectual Life at Boston University School of Law. He is author or co-author of Securing Constitutional Democracy: The Case of Autonomy (University of Chicago Press, 2006); Constitutional Interpretation: The Basic Questions (Oxford University Press, 2007) (with Sotirios A. Barber), and American Constitutional Interpretation (4th ed., Foundation Press, 2008) (with the late Walter F. Murphy, Barber, and Stephen Macedo). He has just published a new book, Ordered Liberty: Rights, Responsibilities, and Virtues (Harvard University Press, 2013), with his wife, Linda C. McClain (who is Professor of Law and Paul M. Siskind Research Scholar at Boston University School of Law). He is working on a book on constitutional interpretation, Fidelity to Our Imperfect Constitution (under contract with Oxford University Press). Finally, he is outgoing Editor of Nomos, the annual book of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, and incoming Vice President (for Law) of the Society.
The Rockefeller Center for Public Policy at Dartmouth College is a catalyst for teaching, research, and deliberation about public policy. Dedicated to providing an interdisciplinary perspective on policy-related topics, the center fosters a commitment to the ideals of public service and informed public debate exemplified by the man for which the Center is named, Nelson A. Rockefeller.
The Center inspires and energizes students to become effective leaders in their communities & to cherish and participate in democracy.
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