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Symposium, Immigration, Judicial Activism

It's been a very busy time for the MULS chapter of the Federalist Society. Thanks to everyone who came to the Student Symposium last weekend. We had 13 students from MULS in attendance. That's pretty impressive. I hope that the chapter can continue sending large groups of students to represent us every year.

Thanks to everyone who attended our Immigration policy discussion on Tuesday. There were other events at the law school that you could have attended, and we're glad that you chose ours. A special thanks goes out to Professors Stock and Fallone for participating. Their views and comments were insightful and provacative.

Next week, the Federalist Society will be sponsoring another event...
"Judicial Activism": Is it a reality or an empty epithet?

Join Prof. Moss & Ed Whelan, of the Ethics & Public Policy Center for a debate on Judicial Activism.
What does Judicial Activism mean & how does it tie into broader debates over constitutional interpretation?
Wed. March 7th, Room 245 at 5:00 p.m.
Food will be provided
Many of you may know Ed Whelan from the National Review Online's Bench Memos blog. I'm sure that he and Prof. Moss will have a lively and interesting discussion about "judicial activism." We hope to see you there!