About

The Faculty Division seeks to facilitate dialogue among law professors interested in limited government, the separation of powers, Constitutional theory, the original understanding of the Constitution, and the importance of property rights and free markets. We strive to promote discussion with critics of these ideas and to help all involved broaden and deepen their understanding of law.

Disparate Impact

Disparate Impact

Sixth Annual Executive Branch Review Conference

The Mayflower Hotel - Chinese Room
Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Topics:
Administrative Law & Regulation • Civil Rights • Article I Initiative
Sponsors:
Litigation and Regulatory Reform

Litigation and Regulatory Reform

Sixth Annual Executive Branch Review Conference

The Mayflower Hotel - District Room
Washington, DC 20036
Speakers:
Topics:
Administrative Law & Regulation • Article I Initiative • Litigation
Sponsors:

Commentary

Artis v. District of Columbia - Post-Decision SCOTUScast

Artis v. District of Columbia - Post-Decision SCOTUScast

SCOTUScast featuring Misha Tseytlin

On January 22, 2018, the Supreme Court decided Artis v. District of Columbia, a case...

Topics: Civil Rights · Federal Courts · Labor & Employment Law · State Courts · Supreme Court

Click to play: Environmental Law without Congress

Environmental Law without Congress

Short video featuring Donald Kochan

Prof. Donald Kochan of Chapman Law explains how Congress' vague legislative tendencies have allowed federal...

Topics: Article I Initiative · Environmental & Energy Law

Click to play: Is Everyone Now for Federalism?

Is Everyone Now for Federalism?

Short video featuring John McGinnis

What is the purpose of federalism? Prof. John McGinnis of Northwestern Law explains how two...

Topics: Federalism · Separation of Powers