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Aziz Huq : Presentations

“The President and the Detainees,” Columbia Law School, National Security Law Workshop, June 21, 2016; Conference on Accountability for Trans-National Counter-terrorism Operations, King’s College, London, March 10, 2016; Chicago-Kent Law School Faculty Workshop, January 19, 2016

“What Does Classical Liberalism have to say about Mass Incarceration?” Conference on Classical Liberalism, University of Chicago Law School, May 13, 2016

“Community Led Counterterrorism,” World Justice Project, Stanford Law School, May 6, 2016

“The First Amendment and American Counterterrorism,” Harvard Muslim Law Students Association Symposium, Harvard Law School, April 2, 2016

Commentator on Deborah Tuerkheimer, “Underenforcement as Unequal Protection,” Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender Workshop, University of Chicago Law School,March 30, 2016
“The Apple Case: A Commentary,” Presentation at University of Chicago Institute of Politics, Chicago, March 7, 2016

“Litigating the Blue Wall of Silence,” University of Chicago Legal Forum, November 5, 2015

“The Predicates of Military Detention,” Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Washington University School of Law, October 30, 2015

Commentary on “Constitutional Arrogance” by Michael Gerhardt, Law Review Symposium, University of Pennsylvania Law School, October 16, 2015

“Hippocratic Constitutionalism,” Constitutional Law Workshop, Cornell Law School, September 7, 2015; Conference on Assessing Constitutional Performance, University of Chicago Law School, April 24, 2015

“How the Fourth Amendment and the Separation of Powers Rise (and Fall) Together,” University of Chicago Law Review Symposium, University of Chicago Law School,June 20, 2015

“Identifying the Predicates of Military Detention at Guantánamo,” Work-in-Progress workshop, University of Chicago Law School, May 28, 2015; Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, University of California School of Law, Boalt Hall, Berkeley, November 11, 2014

“The Fourth Amendment and the Separation of Powers,” Testimony to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, National Constitutional Center, Philadelphia, May 13,2015

“Hobby Lobby and the Psychology of Corporate Rights,” Chicago’s Best Ideas, University of Chicago Law School, May 5, 2015

“The Difficulties of Democratic Mercy,” Response to Dean Martha Minow’s Jorde Lecture, University of Chicago Law School, January 8, 2015

“The Negotiated Structural Constitution,” Columbia Law Review Forum, Columbia Law School, October 4, 2014

“The Empirical Study of National Security Detention,” Yale-Duke Foreign Relations Law Roundtable, Yale Law School, October 3, 2014

“The Architecture of Constitutional Remedies,” Baldy Center Distinguished Visitors Lecture, Buffalo Law School, September 5, 2014

“The Social Production of National Security,” Law and Security Workshop at Emory Law School, 24 March 2014

“Libertarian Separation of Powers,” Conference on The Classical Liberal Conference at NYU School of Law, 10 February 2014

“Forum Choice for Terrorism Suspects,” National Security Law, Policy and Practice Conference at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 7 February 2014

“What can Constitutions Do?,” Work in Progress Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, 6 February 2014

“Coasean Bargaining over the Structural Constitution,” Faculty Workshop at Duke Law School, 28 October 2014

“Habeas and the Roberts Court,” Faculty Workshop at American University Washington College of Law, 27 September 2013

“Coasean Bargaining over the Structural Constitution,” Chicago Junior Scholars Workshop, 11 August 2013

“Standing and the Structural Constitution,” Work in Progress Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, 23 May 2013

“The Function of Article V,” Invited Distinguished Lecture in Constititional Law at Drake Law School, 18 April 2013

“Standing and the Structural Constitution,” Faculty Workshop at Drake Law School, 18 April 2013

“Removal as a Political Question,” Judicial Sidebar Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, 20 February 2013

“Standing and the Structural Constitution,” Midwest Junior Scholars Workshop at Washington University-St. Louis School of Law, 14 December 2012

“Standing and the Structural Constitution,” Chicago Junior Faculty Workshop at Loyala School of Law, 30 November 2012

“Removal as a Political Question,” Stanford Law Review Forum, 13 November 2012

“Group Libel and Blasphemy Laws,” Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at University of Chicago, 10 October 2012

“The Function of Article V,” Wisconsin Discussion Group on Constitutionalism at University of Wisconsin-Madison, 5 October 2012

“The Social Production of National Security,” Columbia Law School National Security Junior Scholars Workshop, 10 July 2012

“The Religion Clauses Today,” The Newberry Library, 29 June 2012

“Forum Choice for Terrorism Suspects,” CISAC at Stanford University, 8 March 2012

“Enforcing (but not Defending) ‘Unconstitutional’ Laws,” Midwest Junior Scholars Workshop at Washington University-St. Louis School of Law, 9 December 2011

“Forum Choice for Terrorism Suspects,” Work in Progress Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, 8 December 2011

“Mechanisms for eliciting cooperation in counter-terrorism policing: The case of Muslims in London,” Conference on National Security, Human Dignity, and the “Other” at University of Minnesota Law School, 20 May 2011

“Institution Matching and Individual Rights,” Presentation at Conference in honor of Justice John Paul Stevens at Northwestern Law School, 12 May 2011

Normalizing Sex and its Discontents: Establishing Sexual Rights in International Law,” Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, 11 May 2011

“Departmentalism and the Rights of Others,” Harvard Law Review Spring Forum, 19 April 2011

Respondent to Hon. Richard A. Posner, “The Rise and Fall of Judicial Self-Restraint,” Jorde Lecture at University of Chicago Law School, 14 April 2011

“Overlapping Jurisdictions in National Security Law,” Presentation at Georgetown Center for National Security and the Law, 12 April 2011

“Marriage, God, and the Law: Revolutions in Marriage and the Transformation of Domestic Authority in French Colonial Cameroon,” Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, 19 January 2011

“Mechanisms for eliciting cooperation in counter-terrorism policing: The case of Muslims in London,” Work in Progress Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, 18 November 2010; Conference on Empirical Legal Studies at Yale Law School, 6 November 2010

“The Attitudal Model and Commonwealth Courts,” Legal Forum Symposium at University of Chicago Law School, 23 October 2010

“Interdependence and Independence: Lessons from the Hive,” Rational Choice and Constitutional Law Conference at University of Chicago Law School, 24 September 2010

“Legitimacy and Deterrence Effects in Counterterrorism Policing: A Study of Muslim Americans,” Law and Society Conference, May 2010

"Modeling Terrorist Radicalization," The New Face of Discrimination in America at Duke Law School, February 2010

"Against National Security Exceptionalism," Work in Progress Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, November 2009

"Mobilizing for Constitutional Change in the Shadow of the National Security State," The Constitution in 2020, America and the World panel at Yale Law School, October 2009

"Approaches to Radicalization: The New York Case Study," Whose Security? Whose Liberty? Muslims in the West Post-7/7 and 9/11 at School of Oriental and African Studies at University of London, 5 June 2008

“The War on Crime as Precursor to the War on Terror,” Criminal Law Panel at Association of American Law Schools Conference, 5 January 2008

“Network Effects: A New Way of Looking at Extraordinary Rendition,” Conference on Extraordinary Rendition at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Law School, 17 November 2007

“Presidential Power in a Time of Terror,” The Spitzer Lecture at The 92d Street Y, 10 October 2007