A Discussion with Clark Neily

The Mobile Lawyers Chapter
Start : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 05:30 PM
End : Tuesday, March 25, 2014 07:00 PM

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Pollock-Altmayer House
501 Government St.
Mobile, AL 36602

Featured Speakers:
Clark Neily



  • Clark Neily, Senior Attorney, Institute for Justice, and Author, Terms of Engagement: How Our Courts Should Enforce the Constitution’s Promise of Limited Government

Clark Neily will speak about his book, Terms of Engagement: How Our Courts Should Enforce the Constitution’s Promise of Limited Government. The Constitution was designed to limit government power and protect individuals from oppressive regulation and the tyranny of majorities. But those protections are meaningless if judges aren’t committed to enforcing them. America’s judges have largely abdicated that responsibility. Instead of judging the constitutionality of government action, courts too often simply rationalize it. The problem lies not with the Constitution but with courts’ reflexive deference to the other branches of government. From the abandonment of federalism to open disregard for property rights and economic freedom, the Supreme Court consistently protects power at the expense of liberty. Terms of Engagement combines real-world examples of the harm wrought by judicial abdication with a rigorous case for a more engaged judiciary, offering both an indictment of the current system and a guide to reform.

Clark Neily joined the Institute for Justice as a senior attorney in
 2000. He litigates economic liberty, property rights, school choice, First Amendment, and other constitutional cases in both federal and state 

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