A. Christopher Bryant / Summer 2018

On July 27, Professor Bryant’s op-ed, “Anthony Kennedy’s America,” was published in The Hill, available at http://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/394932-anthony-kennedys-america.

On July 2, Professor Bryant’s op-ed, “Next Supreme Court Justice Should Be Chosen on Principle, Not Politics,” was published in The Cincinnati Enquirer, available at https://www.cincinnati.com/story/opinion/2018/07/02/opinion-next-supreme-court-justice-should-chosen-principle-not-politics/743272002/.

On August 10, Professor Bryant and Professors Nancy Oliver and Rachel Smith presented “Introducing Mind-Body Skills to Students” with Jarrod Reich of Georgetown Law at the SEALS annual conference.

On June 11 and 12, Professor Bryant attended the WG Hart Conference in London, England, and presented with Professor Kimberly Breedon a paper entitled “A Government Worthy of Trust.”  The paper explored how lessons learned in the first two years of the Trump Administration, especially in connection with pending litigation concerning alleged violations of the Constitution’s foreign and domestic emoluments clauses, might appropriately inform anti-corruption provisions in a newly drafted or amended Constitution.  Professors Bryant and Breedon also presented this paper to the College of Law’s faculty on May 16.

On May 15, Professor Bryant spoke to an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) course on Current Events addressing constitutional issues of present concern (including controversies arising under the Second Amendment and the Emoluments Clause litigation).

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