This event will examine the complicated institutional structure and politics of the Fed and the fundamental changes from its original design, and will consider where governance of the Fed may go from here.
A critical reexamination of the Erie Railroad v. Tomkins decision, a decision that appears to be a rock-bottom foundation of American legal practice and learning. That impression, however, may not be the whole story.
For well over two centuries, the United States Constitution has served as a charter for a free, democratic government and for a country that has risen from a dicey political experiment to an economic and political superpower. In the history of the world, there is nothing like it.
Please join top legal scholars for a discussion of the ramifications of two landmark cases (Carolene Products v. United States and Erie Railroad v. Tompkins) on its 75th anniversary.
Join the Federalist Society and AEI for a conversation about the Court’s approach, Rutledge’s theory, and various ongoing controversies surrounding arbitration.
Join the Federalist Society and AEI in this vigorous debate growing out of “When States Go Broke: The Origins, Context, and Solutions for the American States in Fiscal Crisis,” a just-released collection of essays edited by Skeel and Peter Conti-Brown.
For the umpteenth time, senators and representatives of both parties have introduced bills to subject Internet and catalogue sellers to the same sales tax collection and remittance obligations that apply to local, bricks-and-mortar sellers.