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The Hijab Case

Short video with Rachel Paulose discussing EEOC v. Abercrombie
Rachel K. Paulose February 26, 2015

Former US Attorney for Minnesota, Rachel Paulose, explains the issues in dispute before the Supreme Court in EEOC v. Abercrombie in which a 17-year-old Muslim applicant alleges employment discrimination when Abercrombie refused to hire her as a "model" because of her religious head-covering.  Abercrombie denies the allegation.

As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.

2015 Paul M. Bator Award: Prof. Joshua Kleinfeld

Joshua Kleinfeld February 23, 2015

The Paul M. Bator Award was established in 1989 in memory of Professor Paul M. Bator, a renowned scholar and teacher of federal courts and constitutional law at Harvard and the University of Chicago and Principal Deputy Solicitor General in the Reagan Administration. The award is given annually to a law professor under 40 who has demonstrated excellence in legal scholarship, a commitment to teaching, a concern for students, and who has made a significant public impact. This award is presented during the Federalist Society's Annual Student Symposium. On February 21, 2015, the Paul M. Bator Award was bestowed upon Prof. Joshua Kleinfeld, who has been teaching criminal law, international law, and legal theory at  Northwestern University School of Law since 2011.  Professor Kleinfeld was selected for the award on account of his scholarship, which is already making a mark on criminal law theory, his teaching, which according to Northwestern students who nominated him communicates an infectious passion for his subject, and the public impact he is having through his efforts to promote the rule of law across the globe.

Magna Carta: Muse & Mentor

Short Video about the Magna Carta: Muse & Mentor Exhibition
December 05, 2014

The Library of Congress celebrates the 800th anniversary of the first issue of Magna Carta with a 10-week exhibition, with the 1215 Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta as its centerpiece. The Federalist Society is cosponsoring the exhibit. Click HERE for more information.

Should the Minimum Wage Be Raised? - Short Video

Short Video with Diana Furchtgott-Roth
Diana Furchtgott-Roth November 14, 2014

Ms. Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, former chief economist, U.S. Department of Labor spoke on a panel at the 2014 National Lawyers Convention titled "Labor & Employment: The Minimum Wage".