Sunday, April 6, 2014

Abortion's Legal & Policy Debate

NYU Law Professor Martin Guggenheim debates Alliance Defending Freedom Sr. Counsel Casey Mattox on the future of abortion laws and policy in light of Planned Parenthood v. Casey

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Judicial Activism in the Supreme Court

The NYU Federalist Society invited Gerald Walpin, former US Inspector General, Assistant United States Attorney, and best selling author, to speak about the Supreme Court decisions that have diverted from the Constitution due to Judicial Activism.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Persecution of the Mormons

Dr. Richard Bushman, Professor of History Emeritus at Columbia University and award winning author, discusses how weak religious minorities best respond when the law abandons them by taking the example of the Mormons' own history.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

The Limits of the Constitution's Religious Establishment Prohibition

Liberty University School of Law Fellow Ken Klukowski talks about the history of the Establishment Clause as well as the fallout of Harry Reid's invocation of the nuclear option in the Senate confirmation hearings. 

Mr. Klukowski is a national-bestselling author who is Director of the Center for Religious Liberty at the Family Research Council, and Senior Legal Analyst for Breitbart News. 

Friday, November 22, 2013

Christians & the Law

NYU Law Professor David A. Skeel talks about a chapter called "Christianity and the Justice Paradox" in his upcoming book A True Paradox. He gives us an argument on why Christians should use a more hands off approach to using law to influence culture. 

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Presentation for Legislative Prayer's Constitutionality

Special thanks to attorney Jeff Shafer from the Alliance Defending Freedom. Mr. Shafer came to NYU Law School and gave us the argument for Legislative Prayer, following the filing of the Oral Hearings for Greece v. Galloway.

Gay Marriage's Policy Debate

The NYU Federalist Society hosted this debate between Heritage Foundation Fellow Ryan T. Anderson and NYU Sociology Professor Judith Stacey. The debate was before the Windsor & Perry decisions and centered on the policy, sociological, and philosophical arguments of both sides on the defense of marriage.