Fed Soc hosts lunches on campus nearly every week with interesting speakers and free food. Please sign up for our listserv to receive emails featuring upcoming events, including lunch talks.

In 2014, our talks featured:

✦ Clark Neily, Senior Attorney with the Institute for Justice, speaking about vindicating economic rights (February 5)
✦ The Honorable Reena Raggi of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, discussing Federal Sentencing Guidelines (April 2)
✦ Judge Hardiman of the Third Circuit, concerning students’ First Amendment rights (April 7)
✦ Genevieve Wood of the Heritage Foundation, speaking on the Paycheck Fairness Act (September 29)
✦ Judge Jennifer Elrod, giving a talk entitled “Shifting Tides in the Least Dangerous Branch” (October 6)
✦ Lawrence White, arguing his proposal to end the Federal Reserve (October 7)
✦ Eugene Volokh, speaking about his book “Mechanisms of a Slippery Slope” (September 18)
✦ Hannah Smith of the Becket Fund, discussing religious liberty after Hobby Lobby (October 20)
✦ Henry Nau, discussing conservative internationalism (October 23)
✦ Randy Barnett, giving a talk called “Our Republican Constitution” (October 28)
✦ Donald Marquis, on “Why Abortion is Immoral” (November 6)
✦ Michael Glennon, discussing National Security and Double Government (November 19)
✦ Ed Whelan, speaking on judicial activism (November 20)