Intellectual diversity in the legal academy

Back in April, I posted about an excellent conference hosted by the Harvard Federalist Society about intellectual diversity in the legal academy.  I am pleased to report that the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy has just published the remarks of several participants, including Michael Stokes Paulsen, George W. Dent Jr., Paul Campos and Sherif Girgis, all of which can be found here.  In my own remarks at the conference, I argued that, “because elite American faculties are so far to the left of the American judiciary, these faculties can be startlingly poor at analyzing the actual practice of American law.”  My brief remarks can be downloaded here.

Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz is a Professor of Law at Georgetown, a Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, and an occasional Broadway producer.
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