Programs and Symposia

AI’s Constitutional Moment: Rights, Federalism and Separation of Powers (November 2, 2023)

Law in the Zoom Era: The Future of Virtual Lawyering (November 3, 2022)

The American Dream: Reality or Myth? (November 4, 2021).

Artificial Rights? (November 5, 2020).

Covid-19 Colloquium: Socio-Legal Dimensions (March 2020).

The Future of Cyber Speech, Media, and Privacy (November 6, 2019).

Law in the Post-Truth Era (November 7, 2018).

Emerging Technology: Implementation and Regulation (February 22, 2018).

Future of Labor and Employment Law: Power, Policies, and Politics (February 23, 2017).

Broadening the Bench: Diversity and Our Courts Panel Discussion (November 2, 2016).

Election Law: Today and Beyond (February 25, 2016).

Brown v. Board at 60: Looking Back, Looking Forward Symposium (February 27, 2014).

Breaching Borders: State Encroachment into the Federal Immigration Domain? (October 20-21, 2011).

The Center for Law and Government hosted its inaugural symposium, The Rule of Law and the Global War on Terrorism: Detainees, Interrogations, and Military Commissions (November 13-14, 2008).