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Constitution Day 2013 Video

The video of Chicago-Kent’s Constitution Day panel discussion on same-sex marriage is now live. The panel—“When Did It Become Unconstitutional for States to Ban Same-Sex Marriage?: Constitutional Interpretation in the 21st Century”—was held at Chicago-Kent on October 10, 2013. Professor Steven Heyman moderated the discussion of Hollingsworth v. Perry (the Proposition 8 case) and US v. Windsor (the DOMA case). Panelists included Chicago-Kent professors Carolyn Shapiro and Katharine Baker, and George Mason Law Professor Ilya Somin. For more, read Professor Chris Schmidt’s preview of the panel and his review of Ilya Somin’s latest book.

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