February 28, 2020

Constitutional Law Scholars Forum

Barry University School of Law, Orlando, Fl

The ACS Barry Student Chapter, Barry Law Review, and Texas A&M University School of Law are hosting the Fifth Annual Constitutional Law Scholars Forum at the Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law Campus in Orlando, FL.

Program: Legal Advocacy Building ("LAC")

Check in and breakfast: 8:00-8:50 a.m., LAC Room 311

Welcome: 8:50 a.m., LAC Room 311

Session 1: 9:00-10:20 a.m., LAC Room 110

Slavery and the Thirteenth Amendment:

Thirteenth Amendment in the Immigration Detention Context

Jennifer Safstrom, American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia

Taking Slavery Seriously in Constitutional Law

Jeffrey Schmitt, University of Dayton School of Law

Session 1 (concurrent): 9:00-10:20 a.m., LAC Room 111

Non-delegation Doctrine and the Administrative State:

A Non-Delegation Doctrine That (Even) Progressives Could Like

William D. Araiza, Brooklyn Law School

Non-delegating Death: Legislative Accountability and Methods of Execution

Alexandra L. Klein, Washington and Lee University School of Law

The Military-Administrative Complex

Robert Knowles, University of Baltimore School of Law

Session 1 (concurrent): 9:00-10:20 a.m., LAC Room 209

Constitutional Law and Family:

The Common Authority Doctrine in Childcare Parentage Cases

Jeffrey A. Parness, Northern Illinois University College of Law, Emeritus; Visiting Professor of Law, Marquette University Law School

Troxel v. Granville and the Presumption of Fitness

Sonya Garza, Barry University School of Law

Break: 10:20-10:35 a.m., LAC Room 111 hallway

Session 2: 10:35 a.m.-12:15 p.m., LAC Room 110

International and Comparative Constitutionalism:

Constitutional Promise of Access to Justice in the Rural Poor in India

Nachiketa Mittal, Unitedworld School of Law

The Development of Basic Structure of the Constitution in Bangladesh: Legitimacy and Implications

Muhammad Ekramul Haque, University of Dhaka

Discussion about modem Russian Constitutionalism

Vladimir Nazarov, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

Beyond Legitimacy: The Implications of Public Fiduciary to the Court in Japan

Keigo Obayashi, Chiba University

Session 2 (concurrent): 10:35 a.m.-12:15 p.m., LAC Room 111

Equal Protection and Remedies:

Dehumanization and Equal Protection Doctrine

Reginald Oh, Cleveland Marshall College of Law

Changing Race: Immutability and Equal Protection

John Tehranian, Southwestern Law School

Anti-Immigrant Animus

Jenny-Brooke Condon, Seton Hall Law School

"Injury in Fact": What Happens to Statutory Remedies?

Dennis Wall, Esquire

Session 2 (concurrent): 10:35 a.m.-12:15 p.m., LAC Room 209

Constitutional Interpretation Theories and Amendments:

Deontological Originalism

Peter B. Bayer, UNLV Boyd School of Law, emeritus

Common Law Freedom

Nathan Warf, Freed-Hardeman University

Writing a Modem Constitution

Jorge M. Farinacci-Fernos, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico

"Great Variety of Relevant Conditions, Political, Social and Economic": The Constitutionality of Congressional Deadlines on Amendment Proposals under Article V.

Danaya C. Wright, University of Florida, Levin College of Law

Lunch: 12:15-1:30 p.m., Room LAC 311

Session 3: 1:30-2:30 p.m., LAC Room 110

LGBTQ+ "Rights and State Action:

State Action The Weaponized First Amendment

Anibal Rosario Lebron, Howard University School of Law

Constitutional Statutory Consistency and the Special Case of LGBTQ Title VII Litigation

Doron M. Kalir, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law

Session 3 (concurrent): 1 :30-2:30 p.m., LAC Room 111

The Judiciary and Judicial Opinions:

How Technology Killed Supreme Court Opinions

Meg Penrose, Texas A&M School of Law

Curating Unpublished Decisions in the Federal Appellate Courts

Merritt E. McAlsitser, University of Florida Levin College of Law

Break: 2:30-2:40 p.m. LAC Room 111 hallway

Session 4: 2:40-4:00 p.m., LAC Room 110

Constitutional Criminal Procedure and Technology:

Constitutional Rights and Technological Change

David S. Han, Pepperdine Caruso School of Law

"Automated Justice" and the Due Process Rights: Insufficient Constitutional Safeguards

Donatas Murauskas, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Third Party Doctrine and Privacy in the Oversharing Economy

Eang L. Ngov, Barry University School of Law

Session 4 (concurrent): 2:40-4:00 p.m., LAC Room 111

First Amendment Speech:

The TinkerTest, Student Protest, and Disruption in Higher Education

Timothy C. Shiell, University of Wisconsin-Stout

The First Amendment and the Female Listener

Loren Jacobson, UNT Dallas College of Law

The Government Speech and the Constitution

Helen Norton, University of Colorado School of Law

Break4:00-4:15 p.m. LAC Room 111 hallway

Session 5: 4:15-5:15 p.m., LAC Room 110

First Amendment Religion and Assembly:

Of Masks and Men: Protecting Freedom of Assembly in the New Surveillance State

Jason Buhi, Barry University School of Law

Living Exception-Free

Leslie C. Griffin, UNLV Boyd School of Law

Session 5 (concurrent): 4:15-5:15 p.m., LAC Room 111

Constitutional Criminal Procedure and Criminal Law:

General Warrants and Sting Rays

Brian Owsley, University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law

Why Are There No Criminal Statutes Prohibiting Hate Speech?

Ken Levy, Paul M. Hebert Law Center Louisiana State University

Session 5 (concurrent): 4:15-5:15 p.m., LAC Room 209

Elections, Political Parties, and Democracy:

Oversight, Election Security, and Congress' Informing Function

A. Christopher Bryant, University of Cincinnati College of Law & Kimberly Breedon, Barry University School of Law

A Shield Becomes a Sword: Defining and Deploying a Constitutional Theory for Communities of Interest in Political Redistricting

Glenn D. Magpantay, Brooklyn Law School