In partnership with Prof. Randy Barnett’s Center for the Constitution at Georgetown University Law Center, we were pleased to host the JWI Conference: “Who’s Afraid of Substantive Due Process?” on April 21, 2017.
In its 2018 Summer Issue, the Georgetown Journal for Law & Public Policy published the prepared remarks of four of the participants in the conference for a symposium. You are invited to read the pieces below.
Hadley Arkes “The Argument Renewed: Who’s Afraid of Substantive Due Process?”
Matthew Franck “Irresistible Force Meets Immovable Object: Hadley Arkes, Due Process, and Me”
Christopher Green “Twelve Problems with Substantive Due Process”
Justin Dyer “The Substance of Dred Scott and Roe v. Wade”