I will be doing some talks in New York and elsewhere this month. Most will be on topics related to Israel and international law, some remain to be determined.
On February 13th, I will be speaking at 12:45pm at New York Law School, and at 4pm at Rutgers-Newark.
On February 27th, I will be in the South, speaking in Jacksonville at Florida Coastal at noon, and Savannah Law at 5pm.
All of the events are sponsored by the Federalist Society, and are free and open to the public, as far as I know. If you have questions, feel free to contact me, and if you attend, please introduce yourself as a reader of the Conspiracy.
Eugene Kontorovich is a professor at Northwestern University School of Law, and an expert on constitutional and international law. He also writes and lectures frequently about the Arab-Israel conflict. His academic work has been published in top law reviews, and relied on in historic judicial opinions in the U.S. and abroad. He has also advised the U.S. and Israel governments on international legal challenges. He has been honored with a fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies and the Bator Award from the Federalist Society, for leading professors under 40. After law school at the University of Chicago, he clerked for Judge Richard Posner on the U.S. Court of Appeals.