Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller will be a panelist at this weekend’s Transatlantic Law Forum conference at George Mason University (GMU). He will participate on a panel titled “Constitutional Courts” moderated by Judge Douglas Ginsburg, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. The title of Prof. Miller’s talk is titled “The German Constitutional Court and Deliberative Democracy.”
The Transatlantic Law Forum is a joint venture between GMU and the Council on Public Policy in Bayreuth, Germany. It aims to create a transatlantic community of lawyers, judges, policymakers, scholars and journalists with abiding interests in questions of constitutionalism and constitutional government. TLF events feature prominent lawyers, judges and scholars from both sides of the Atlantic.
The program, featuring panels at GMU’s Arlington campus on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15-16, 2013, is organized under the theme “The Rule of Law and the Administrative State in Crisis”.
More information about the event is available at this link: http://www.masonlec.org/events/sixth-annual-transatlantic-law-forum/