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Upcoming Talks:
I have updated the times of my talk on "Constitutional Cliches: Does Trite Make Right?". My talk today at the University of Cincinnati is at 4:30pm. On Thursday of this week, I am speaking at Loyola of New Orleans at 12:30pm and at Tulane at 4:00pm.

Future speaking dates are:

Saturday, February 23: Students For Liberty Conference (NYC)

Wednesday, March 12: Constitutional Cliches, University of Arizona

Thursday, March 13: Curing the Drug Law Addiction: The Harmful Side Effects of Prohibition, UCJC Conference: Drugs, Addiction, Therapy, and Crime, University of Utah, Salt Lake City

Friday, March 14: Constitutional Cliches, Las Vegas Federalist Society Lawyers Chapter

Friday, April 4: Constitutional Cliches, Vanderbilt, Nashville

Saturday, April 5: The Golden Mean Between Dan and Kurt: A Moderate Reading of the Ninth Amendment, Drake Law School conference on The Forgotten Constitutional Amendments, Des Moines.

Monday, April 7: Constitutional Cliches, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Wednesday, April 16: Constitutional Cliches, University of Pennsylvania & Widender University (Delaware).

Friday, April 18: Constitutional Cliches, University of Connecticut

UPDATE: Bad link to Drake Symposium fixed.

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Anderson (mail):
Just remember ... the Constitution is not a suicide pact!
2.4.2008 3:43pm
Dave N (mail):
Thursday, March 13: Curing the Drug Law Addition: The Harmful Side Affects of Prohibition, UCJC Conference: Drugs, Addiction, Therapy, and Crime, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
As opposed to Curing, say, Drug Law Subtraction or Multiplication.

As a related side note, I hate typos that spell-checkers do not find because the typo, itself, is a correctly spelled word.

Looks like a pretty busy schedule, nonetheless.
2.4.2008 4:02pm
Anderson (mail):
"Side AFFECTS" is likely itself a typo, though a "side affect" is a perfectly plausible idea.
2.4.2008 5:06pm
Fub:
Anderson wrote at 2.4.2008 5:06pm:
"Side AFFECTS" is likely itself a typo, though a "side affect" is a perfectly plausible idea.
Or "snide affect".

I certainly hope Prof. Barnett can cure the snide affects of some rabid panelists, say Califano and Burns.

In any case I thank Prof. Barnett for all his work to move drug policy toward sanity.
2.4.2008 7:07pm