Contributor, The Volokh Conspiracy

I will be speaking at numerous universities in the coming months. These events are open to the public unless otherwise indicated; contact the hosts for precise details about rooms, etc. Feel free to introduce yourself as a Volokh Conspiracy reader if you attend.

Jan. 20, noon:  Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. “How to Punish Pirates.” Part of the faculty workshop series.

Feb. 4, noon: Cardozo Law School, Brandeis Center for Human Rights Student Chapter. “Israel and International Law.”

Feb. 9, noon: University of Chicago Law School Federalist Society. “Disputing Occupation: Israel’s Borders and Settlements in International Law,” with discussant Prof. Daniel Abebe.

Feb. 10, noon: University of Minnesota Federalist Society

Feb. 11, 12:30 p.m.: St. Thomas University (MN) Federalist Society

March 2, 12:15 p.m.: Rutgers/Newark Law School Federalist Society. “Settle Down: The Legality of Jewish Communities in the West Bank”

March 2, 7 p.m.: Columbia University Students Association for Israel

March 3, noon: Syracuse University (Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism), Contemporary Law Issues in the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict.

March 3, 4 p.m.: Cornell University Federalist Society

March 4, noon: Cornell University, Brandeis Center student chapter

I will also be doing several “scholar in residence” stints at some synagogues on various weekends: Feb. 5-6 at Young Israel of White Plains, and March 4-5 at the Roitman Chabad Center at Cornell University.