FedSoc Lunch Event: Adult Sentencing for Adult Crimes

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in FedSoc

On February 11, 2014, The Harvard Federalist Society hosting an event titled “Adult Sentencing for Adult Crimes” featuring Charles D. Stimson. Mr. Stimson is a Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation where his work focuses on a number of substantive legal areas including Juvenile Sentencing. In 2009, Mr. Stimson and his co-author Andrew Grossman published a short book, Adult Time for Adult Crime, with the Heritage Foundation arguing that sentencing juveniles to life...

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Penn Law Prof. Waxes Nostalgic about Bygone Moral Regulation

Posted by on Nov 11, 2013 in Event Memoranda, FedSoc

Christopher Dillon Liedl, Guest Writer University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor, Amy Wax, delivered a talk entitled “Education, Marriage, and Class in America” to the Harvard Federalist Society this past Tuesday, October 29. A graduate of both Columbia Law School and Harvard Medical School, Professor Wax has been a professor at Penn since 2001 teaching courses on social welfare law and civil procedure. Opening her talk with a discussion of contemporary family trends,...

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The Harvard Federalist Society Presents: “Private Management of Public Lands”

Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in Event Memoranda, FedSoc

On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, The Harvard Federalist Society hosted John A. Baden, Ph.D., to speak on the topic “Private Management of Public Lands.” Baden is the founder and chairman of the Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment (FREE) based in Bozeman, Montana. FREE promotes free market environmentalism as a way to protect national parks, forests, and wild lands. Matthew Stephenson, Harvard Law School professor, offered a response. Stephenson’s areas of...

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