The Northwestern University Law Review is thrilled to announce it will host its annual symposium this fall in partnership with the Duke Center for Firearms Law. This year’s symposium will take place virtually on Friday, October 9, 2020, and will explore the future of the Second Amendment. It has been over a decade since the Supreme Court decided a significant Second Amendment case and, with the new addition of Justice Kavanaugh to the bench, the Court could be ready to start a new chapter for the right to keep and bear arms. This symposium will explore what the future might hold. It will examine, among other topics, the Second Amendment’s role in private and public spaces, the socio-political environment, and urban gun violence.
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For further information, please contact Elliot Louthen, Symposium Editor.
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