Semantic Originalism

Lawrence B. Solum, University of Illinois Law School

Date: 
Wed, 12/03/2008
Location: 
4:30 - 6 PM, Bowl 1, Robertson Hall
Event Category: 
Co-sponsored Event
Audience: 
Princeton University Community: Faculty, Fellows, Students, Staff

The Politics Department welcomes Lawrence B Solum, who is John E. Cribbet Professor of Law & Professor of Philosophy at the University of Illinois College of Law, to Princeton University to deliver a Bouton Law Lecture. A paper related to the talk, "Semantic Originalism," can be downloaded from the Faculty Colloquium in Public Law web page. LAPA is not a co-sponsor of the Bouton Law Lecture Series, but we list this particular lecture on our site because it may interest members of our community.

Lawrence B. Solum is the John E. Cribbet Professor of Law and Philosophy and Co-Director of the University of Illinois's Institute for Law and Philosophy. Professor Solum is an internationally recognized expert on legal theory, who works on the philosophy of law, civil procedure, constitutional theory, Internet governance, and a variety of other topics. He is the author of Legal Theory Blog-widely recognized as one of the most influential sources of commentary about the world of legal ideas. For more on Lawrence B. Solum, see his page at the University of Illinois College of Law.