After our tremendously engaging first (of what we hope will be many) Firearms Law Works-in-Progress Workshops, we are excited to have a group of those who presented drafts at the workshop blogging about their pieces. As Joseph highlighted in his retrospective on the event, these papers were eclectic and generated fascinating discussion.
During this week and next, we will be publishing one post each day in which the author briefly describes the nature of their project. (I’ll post on the draft that I discussed at the conference, as well.)
- Dru Stevenson, Professor Law, South Texas College of Law
- Jennifer Carlson, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Arizona
- Timothy Zick, John Marshall Professor of Government and Citizenship and Cabell Research Professor, William & Mary Law School
- Lindsay Schakenbach Regele, Robert H. and Nancy J. Blayney Professor of History, Miami University of Ohio
- Nicholas Mosvick, Assistant Professor, Adjunct Faculty, Christopher Newport University
- Cody Jacobs, Lecturer, Boston University School of Law
- Jake Charles, Executive Director, Duke Center for Firearms Law
Thanks to all the participants in the workshop, including not only the presenters, but also the stellar senior scholars who moderated panels, questioned assumptions, and provided crucial feedback on these and other projects.