Browning Symposium on Montana's Constitution: The Next 50 Years

MLR is proud to announce the 2022 Browning Symposium as an exploration and celebration of the Montana Constitution as it turns fifty.

The Symposium will be held Thursday, September 15 and Friday, September 16, 2022.

Through keynote speeches, moderated panels, and audience participation, MLR hopes to spread awareness about the importance of Montana's Constitution, the power it vests, and the rights it protects.

The 2022 Browning Symposium represents an important opportunity to raise the profile of the Alexander Blewett III School of Law in Montana and across the nation.

The 2022 Browning Symposium will be held at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law on the University of Montana campus and will be streamed live via Zoom for those who cannot join us in Missoula.

MLR is honored that the following distinguished scholars and speakers have agreed to join us in this important discussion:

Keynote Speakers

Governor Mark Racicot, 21st Governor of the State of Montana
Judge Jeffrey Sutton, Chief Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Panel Members

Professor Miriam Seifter, University of Wisconsin
Professor Daniel Rodriguez, Northwestern University
Professor Robert Williams, Rutgers University
Professor Anthony Johnstone, University of Montana
Professor Joshua Douglas, University of Kentucky
Anthony Sanders, Institute for Justice
Caitlin Borgmann, Montana ACLU
Constance Van Kley, Upper Seven Law
Joel Krautter, Nezter Law
And more!


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