“Policing and Criminal Justice Reform: A Conversation,” with the Manhattan Institute’s Rafael Mangual and MU Law Professor S. David Mitchell | 10/02/2020

Though they were in the headlines throughout the summer of 2020, the issues of and public calls for policing and criminal justice reform date back far, far further than the present day. In a panel moderated by Prof. Jen Selin of the Kinder Institute, Department of Political Science, and Truman School of Public Affairs, the […]

“Who’s Responsible for Constitutional Rights,” Colloquium with Notre Dame’s Christina Bambrick | 11/13/2020

As part of the Kinder Institute’s Friday Colloquium Series, University of Notre Dame Assistant Professor of Political Science Christina Bambrick will examine cases from U.S. and South African courts in presenting her research on the tradeoffs and politics involved when constitutional rights are applied horizontally to create obligations of private actors (see abstract below). The […]