The Federalist Society was born on the law school campuses of Harvard, Chicago, and Yale to provide a forum for debate and discussion. The Federalist Society’s Student Division continues to be the premier ideas-driven student organization on over two hundred law school campuses nationwide. Many law school faculty and administrators have come to celebrate the Society for the high quality of discourse it brings to their campuses. Student Division programming fosters a network of conservative and libertarian students eager to challenge the legal establishment as lawyers, faculty, judges, and policy makers.


Click to play: South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. [SCOTUSbrief]

South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. [SCOTUSbrief]

Short video featuring Allyson Ho

The world of retail changed forever in 1994 when the first online retailers entered the...

Topics: Administrative Law & Regulation · Financial Services · Telecommunications & Electronic Media

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