Center for Judicial Engagement Symposium Discusses Judicial Protection of Individual Liberties

On March 22, the Institute for Justice’s Center for Judicial Engagement teamed up with the George Mason Law Review to hold a symposium, “Judicial Engagement and the Role of Judges in Enforcing the Constitution.” The symposium brought together professors and other participants with differing views on the proper role of the courts to discuss what role judges should play in interpreting and enforcing the Constitution. The symposium was attended by more than 100 George Mason University law students, professors, IJ Human Action Network members, donors and other IJ friends. In June, the George Mason Law Review will publish a special law review issue containing a dozen articles from the nine symposium panelists.

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