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Constitutional Conventions

Yale Law School Federalist Society

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Constitutional Conventions is the official podcast of the Yale Federalist Society. Hosts Jonathan Feld and Zack Austin are joined by leading lawyers, jurists, and intellectuals to discuss pressing issues in law, jurisprudence, and public policy. Constitutional Conventions gives you a taste of the exciting programming hosted by Yale Law School's Federalist Society. New episodes are released every Thursday morning.
 
The Quill Project exists to enhance understanding of some of the foundational legal texts of the modern world. By combining traditional historical and archival research with advanced digital modelling techniques, the project explores the context within which constitutional conventions, legislative assemblies, and other formal groups made decisions.
 
A resource for event professionals where you can hear interviews with event professionals and industry experts, hear about the latest in event technology, and get event industry news. Thank you for showing your support for this podcast by subscribing, reviewing, and sharing this podcast. Leave us messages about your upcoming events and we might just play it on the show!
 
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In this episode, Grace talks to Dr Jim Ambuske, digital historian in residence at the Washington Library in Mount Vernon, Virginia, about his extensive work in digital legal history. Legal history is a daunting topic for many scholars, especially if they lack formal training in the law. But legal treatises, court records, and other remnants of hist…
 
Elbridge Colby is the co-founder and a principal of The Marathon Initiative, a policy initiative designed to prepare the United States for an era of great power competition. His new book, The Strategy of Denial: American Defense in an Age of Great Power Conflict, lays out a plan for preventing China from establishing hegemony over East Asia. It was…
 
Prof. Joshua Kleinfeld is a Professor of Law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. His research focuses on the distinctive social function and sense of justice at work in the criminal system. He also studies the theory and practice of democratic self-governance as both a matter of political theory and of public law. Prof. Kleinfeld joins Zack and…
 
Dr. Joseph Simmons is the Vice President of Academic Affairs for the Yale Federalist Society and a 3L at Yale Law School. Joseph joins Jon and Zack to talk about his recent note in the Yale Law Journal, “Reconstructing the Bankruptcy Power: An Originalist Approach." Joseph, Jon, and Zack talk about the Bankruptcy Clause, originalist methodology, an…
 
Judge Justin Walker serves on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. Before his elevation in 2020, he served as a judge on the US District Court for the District of Western Kentucky. Prior to being appointed to the bench Judge Walker, among other things, served as a speechwriter for Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and taught law at the Un…
 
In response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, many are pursuing legal challenges in international courts against Putin’s regime. Former National Security Advisor John Bolton joins Jon and Zack to discuss why these efforts are misguided and what recent developments in the war mean for American grand strategy. Along the way, they talk about everything…
 
Grace Mallon talks to Paul Fisher, a practising barrister and academic lawyer, about his research into constitutional law in post-Soviet non-democracies. Constitutionalism is something we often associate with limited government and the protection of the rights of citizens. But democracies aren’t the only governments with constitutions. Since the Ag…
 
On this pilot episode, co-hosts Jonathan Feld and Zack Austin discuss what it means to be a conservative law student at Yale Law School, their involvement with the Federalist Society, and what they hope to achieve with this new show. Every week, Constitutional Conventions looks forward to bringing you the best commentary from foremost thinkers, jud…
 
The Quill Project Conventions Podcast Grace Mallon talks to Denise Burgher and Jim Casey about the Colored Conventions Project, a digital project reconstructing the history of the Colored Conventions movement of the nineteenth century, and about Douglass Day, their annual community history event in honour of the chosen birthday of Frederick Douglas…
 
"One of the biggest wins was just being able to pull it off, virtually for the first time and have it go well!" -Stacey Prohaska Phoebe has served the older adult population for over 117 years and provides professional development for their care workers and residents through annual events. Because of the pandemic, they worked with Conference Tracke…
 
Grace Mallon talks to Kiana McAllister and Erica Croft about the work they're doing on the Reconstruction Amendments with Quill, and what this original research can tell us about these brief, but transformative items of American Constitutional law.Grace Mallon, Kiana McAllister, Erica Croft
 
"This conference was the first time we’ve ever done it virtually. We had talked about it for a while – and there aren’t many silver linings to this pandemic, particularly in aging services – but it pushed us into the virtual world which is good" -Stacey Prohaska Phoebe has served the older adult population for over 117 years and provides profession…
 
Grace Mallon and Nicholas Cole talk to Robinson Woodward-Burns about his new book 'Hidden Laws: How State Constitutions Stabilise American Politics.'Grace Mallon, Robinson Woodward-Burns, Nicholas Cole
 
Grace Mallon and Nicholas Cole talk to Robert Saunders about what makes Britain's constitution unique and what challenges it faces in a turbulent period for UK politics and government.Grace Mallon, Nicholas Cole, Robert Saunders
 
Grace Mallon and Nicholas Cole discuss how a historian learns to code, where the idea of a Constitutional Convention came from, and what's next for the Quill Project.Grace Mallon, Nicholas Cole
 
"Our event participants were excited to see all the local people participating, which in turn made them want to participate more as well..." -Tina Plank. After the Tennessee Community HIV-AIDS Partnership (TNCHAP) worked with Conference Tracker to recreate their annual event online, they reached out to local partners seeking sponsors and securing e…
 
"This was my first time working with it. I think it was so easy – even for our participants who were having some trouble with the tech part of it – it was really easy to walk them through how to download the app... and how easy it was from there to help them navigate the tabs." -Tina Plank. Looking to make sure their online event was professional a…
 
"Every year we have a community event where we provide entertainment, awareness, and food. This year we decided as a committee to hold it virtually which was a little nerve-racking, but also exciting because with the virtual aspect we were able to get a lot more engagement." -Tina Plank. When committee members for the Tennessee Community HIV-AIDS P…
 
The need to accommodate event planners and organizers as they transition to virtual or hybrid events has sparked great innovation in event technology. Event software companies, like Engineerica, are making leaps forward to support streaming or recorded events in a way that still meets the goals and strategies of the event. This time we had a chance…
 
We explore ways to engage your virtual audience with the help of technology and we interview Courtney Stanley, Entrepreneur, Podcaster, Public Speaker, and Co-organizer of Meetings Mean Community about the various approaches for creating meaningful and valuable content for your virtual conference. Notes: Visit the C3 Podcast website Learn more abou…
 
We interview Christine Mack, Association Planner and Co-organizer of Meetings Mean Community. We talk about the various streaming options and CE/CEU attendance tracking for a virtual event, we discuss the impact of the pandemic on the events industry, and we look forward to innovative and exciting happenings in the industry. Notes: Learn more about…
 
We interview Laura Moore, Association Meeting Planner with Suwannee River Area Health Education Center, regarding her first fully virtual event, The First Coast Neonatal Symposium. We talk about the quick transition to a virtual event due to the pandemic, the Conference Tracker technology utilized, and the considerations leading up to continuing wi…
 
Matthew wraps up his non-FanimeCon 2012 experience with DAiCon, Battle at the Capitol, and the Filipino Fiesta, Car Show, and Costume Contest while Robby and Ray discuss their experiences at FanimeCon 2012.CA Conventions Blog
 
Despite the lateness of this podcast due to sickness, Matthew, Robbie, and Ray still get to discuss Animation on Display 2012 as well as sharing advice about checking into hotel rooms.CA Conventions Blog
 
Matthew, Robbie, and Ray discuss on this episode about Animation on Display 2012, being held Feb. 18-19 at Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco's Japantown, as well as their worst cosplay drama moments.{EAV:8006bb439dc89c72}CA Conventions Blog
 
Matthew, Robbie, and Ray get together after SacAnime Winter 2012 to recap the convention day-by-day as well as discussing the news about SacAnime moving to the Sacramento Convention Center in Summer 2013.CA Conventions Blog
 
In the first ever episode of the California Conventions Blog: The Podcast, Matthew is joined by Robbie and Ray to preview SacAnime Winter 2012, January 13-15 at the Sacramento Radisson Hotel.CA Conventions Blog
 
Lucas' interview with Rachelle Heger, AX Idol 2011 winner; Mario Bueno, AX Idol 2010 winner; and Sean Chiplock, AX Idol 2009 winner, at Anime Expo 2011 on Day Four.Credit goes to Mario Bueno to recording and providing the audio.CA Conventions Blog
 
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