Originalist Angles, a journal published by high school students, strives to engage young academic minds in complex and contested areas of law through the lens of originalism as a method of Constitutional interpretation.
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We are proud to announce our fall symposium on free speech and social media has been a success! Thank you to our moderators, Professors Eugene Volokh (UCLA) and Josh Blackman (STCL), and all of our student presenters. Topics spanned the gamut from political distortion to notice-and-comment rulemaking over social media.
We are updating our interim works/latest takes section with clips from the symposium and the subsequent working papers, in addition to, as always, posts that tackle the latest issues at the height of the national legal discourse.
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(Updates on winter 2024 issue coming soon!)
Potential Topics Include:
- Cooperative Federalism
- A New Age of the 4th Amendment
- Habeas and Criminal Justice
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