About this Workshop Series: This workshop, hosted over the years by Associate Dean Heinz Klug and Assistant Professor Andrew Coan, is one of a series of events for a Discussion Group that has been meeting for almost two decades at various law schools. Known informally as a "Schmooze", the workshop provides an opportunity for an informal conversation among constitutional scholars.
The Theme for 2013: This year the topic of discussion will be [details pending].
Who May Attend: Participation is by invitation only.
Sponsors: The University of Wisconsin Law School and the Institute for Legal Studies.
Overview: Sessions will be held in Lubar Commons (Law School room 7200) beginning at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1st and continuing all day Saturday, Nov. 2nd. Dinner will be provided both nights, as will refreshments and lunch on Saturday. Participants are responsible for arranging their own travel and accommodations.
Link to Program (Pending -- a draft program will be posted in October)
Link to Accessing Tickets (Pending - draft papers -- the tickets to admission -- will be posted on a secure site in October. Confirmed participants will receive the log-in and password required to access this site.
Submitting a Ticket: Please submit your tickets as email attachments to both Professor Coan and Pam Hollenhorst, Associate Director, Institute for Legal Studies.
Hotel Block -- Release date October 1st: Lowell Inn and Conference Center, 610 Langdon Street. To reserve online, paste this event-specific URL into your browser window: http://bit.ly/uwlaw01nov To reserve via phone, call toll free (866) 301-1753 and request a room under group code UWLAW. Breakfast is included with the room; there is a small fee for parking onsite, which can be arranged when you make your reservation.
Other Accommodations: If the above hotel is full, please see the searchable list of accommodations maintained by the Madison Visitors site: link to list of hotels
For questions about the program, please contact Professor Andrew Coan.
For questions about logistics or the content of this page, please contact Pam Hollenhorst.