The Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley presents its 2018 Hesburgh Lecture, which will be delivered by Judge Amy Coney Barrett ’97 J.D. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Judge Barrett’s lecture is: What Would James Madison Do? Are judges bound to enforce the Constitution as the framers understood it? Or are they free to fashion constitutional law that accounts for contemporary values? This lecture explores the debate about the role of original meaning in constitutional interpretation.
The Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley is one of 220 Notre Dame Clubs, all made up of alumni, family, and friends of the University, dedicated to supporting the University’s mission. The six pillars of the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley are:
• Current Student Support
• Continuing Education
• Community Service
• Catholic/Christian Spirituality
The club welcomes you to its Hesburgh Lecture and invites you to join the club and participate in its many events and activities that support the Notre Dame family.
More information about the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley can be found at http://ndsjv.undclub.org.
This is a free but ticketed event. Tickets will be available one hour prior to the event. Visit the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center website for more information.
Originally published at law.nd.edu.