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- John McGinnis in Law & Liberty on the State of Originalism’s Internal Debates - May 30, 2019
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- Defending Tom Farr from Baseless Smears - December 14, 2018
In this talk below posted on YouTube, Professor Amy Coney Barrett discussed constitutional interpretation, statutory interpretation, and the work of judges in a highly accessible talk given in Jacksonville, Florida, just five days before the election of 2016.
It lasts less than an hour and offers a wonderful window into the mind of Amy Coney Barrett. I am grateful to my colleague at the bar, Michael Fahy, for bringing it to my attention.