Boston University School of Law

Annual Distinguished Lecture: "The Interlocking Gears of Rights and Structure: Why the Critics Are Wrong About U.S. v. Windsor"

Summary

Annual Distinguished Lecture: "The Interlocking Gears of Rights and Structure: Why the Critics Are Wrong About U.S. v. Windsor"

Description

BU Law welcomes Heather K. Gerken, J. Skelly Wright Professor of Law at Yale Law School, as our 2014 Annual Distinguished Lecturer. Her talk, “The Interlocking Gears of Rights and Structure: Why The Critics are Wrong About United States v. Windsor,” will focus on the relationship between equality, on the one hand, and federalism, on the other, and offer a perspective on Justice Kennedy's opinion. The lecture will be published in the Boston University Law Review.

Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.

Starts

12:45pm on Thursday, October 2nd 2014

End Time

2:00pm

Location

Sumner M. Redstone Building

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Topics

Alumni, Faculty/Staff, BU Law Home, J.D. Central, LL.M. Central, Pappas Library