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Laura Weinrib : Presentations

“The Interwar Civil Liberties Movement and the ACLU’s Jewish Lawyers,” paper presented to the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Minneapolis, May 30, 2014

“Civil Liberties Enforcement and the New Deal State,” paper presented to the Yale Law School Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference, New Haven, May 3, 2014

“History and Its Constitution,” paper presented to the DePaul University Conference on Judaism and Constitutional Law, Chicago, April 3, 2014

“Civil Liberties Enforcement and the New Deal State,” paper presented to the University of Virginia Legal History Workshop, Charlottesville, January 20, 2014

“Civil Liberties Enforcement and the New Deal State,” paper presented to the 2013 annual meeting of the American Society for Legal History, Miami, November 9, 2013

“From Left to Rights,” paper presented to the University of Minnesota Legal History Workshop, Minneapolis, October 21, 2013

“From Left to Rights: Civil Liberties, Labor, and the Early ACLU,” paper presented to the Yale Legal History Forum, New Haven, April 9, 2013

“Free Speech When Constitutionalism Was Unpopular,” Chicago’s Best Ideas faculty lecture series, Chicago, November 7, 2012

“The New Battleground: Radical Labor, Academic Freedom, and the Early ACLU,” paper presented to the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Honolulu, June 5, 2012

“The Right of Agitation,” paper presented to the University of Chicago Law School faculty workshop, Chicago, April 19, 2012

“Collective Bargaining Rights: Past, Present, and Future” (a roundtable with Kenneth Dau-Schmidt and Tom Geoghegan), University of Chicago Labor & Employment Law Society and American Constitution Society, Chicago, February 20, 2012

Hague v. CIO and the Civil Liberties Consensus,” paper presented to the American Bar Foundation/Illinois Legal History Seminar, Chicago, March 22, 2012

“Free Speech or Fair Labor,” paper presented to the University of Chicago Law School faculty workshop, Chicago, May 19, 2011

"The Liberal Compromise," paper presented to the NYU Law School Legal History Colloquium, New York, December 1 and 8, 2010

"Free Speech or Fair Labor: The ACLU and the New Deal Origins of Liberal Legalism," paper presented to the 2010 annual meeting of the American Society for Legal History, Philadelphia, November 20, 2010

"When Free Speech was Just Good Policy: Rights-Skepticism and the Early ACLU," paper presented to the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Chicago, May 30, 2010

"Lawyers, Libertines, and the Reinvention of Free Speech, 1920-1933," paper presented to the NYU Law School Legal History Colloquium, New York, September 30, 2009

"Hague v. CIO and Free Speech for Radicals in the American Liberal Mainstream," paper presented to the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Denver, Colorado, May 29, 2009

"Free Speech, Friendly Courts: The Rehabilitation of Rights in the Interwar Period," paper presented to the University of Pennsylvania Legal History Consortium, Philadelphia, April 7, 2009

"The Civil Liberties Movement and the Origins of Liberal Legalism," paper presented to the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Montreal, Quebec, May 31, 2008

"The Sex Side of Civil Liberties: United States v. Dennett and the Changing Face of Free Speech," paper presented to the 2007 annual meeting of the American Society for Legal History, Tempe, Arizona, October 26, 2007

"The Incorporation of Nonpolitical Speech into the American Civil Liberties Agenda, 1927-1933," paper presented to the joint annual meeting of the Law and Society Association and Research Committee on Sociology of Law, Berlin, Germany, July 25, 2007

"United States v. Dennett: 'A Test Case of Vital Importance,'" paper presented to the Northeast Regional Law and Society Meeting, Amherst, Massachusetts, May 22, 2007

"Same Sex Marriage in New Jersey: History and the Next 180 Days" (roundtable with Mary Anne Case, Rebecca Davis, and Katherine Franke), Modern America Workshop, Program in American Studies, and Program in Law and Public Affairs, Princeton University, November 9, 2006