Upcoming Digital Talking Engagements [Updated and Reposted] –

NOTE: I have republished this due to the recent addition of a number of events.

While I hope vaccination will change something in the next few months, only virtual lectures are currently possible. Last semester, I gave virtual lectures “at” various institutions in the US and abroad, including Harvard, Yale, Cornell, the University of Virginia, Columbia and others. If nothing else, I feel a lot more comfortable talking about Zoom and other similar systems than before!

Below is my list of online lectures for the spring semester. I am open to further events. If you would like to invite me to give a “virtual” lecture on one of my subject areas (described in more detail on my website here) at your own university, think of thank you or another similar organization, do not hesitate to contact me.

Unless otherwise stated, they are open to the public, not just for students and teachers of the respective institution. All times are US East Time (again unless otherwise noted).

Many of these events are about my recently published book Free to Move: Foot vote, migration and political freedom. But I am also happy to talk about other topics within my specialist knowledge. The final and most recent addition could be the second impeachment of Donald Trump (my writings on the matter were cited in the impeachment report of the House Judiciary Committee).

I will update this post regularly with new talks and additional information on existing ones.

Jan. 29, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of California, San Diego, 10 am-12pm Pacific time / 1-3pm East. “Moving freely: foot vote, migration and political freedom.” A more detailed description and registration information can be found here. As far as I understand, this event is only open to paying participants from the UCSD Osher Institute.

February 4, 12 noon-1: 15 pm, Harvard Law School: “Moving Free: Foot Voting, Migration, and Political Freedom” (sponsored by the Harvard Crimmigration Clinic). Free registration available here.

February 8, 12 noon-1 pm, Judiciary Committee: “Court Wrapping, Term Limits, and Judicial Reform”, Panel “Wrapping and Reforms of the Supreme Court: Proposals and Perspectives”. The other panelists are Prof. Joshua Braver (University of Wisconsin Law School) and Tom Jipping (Heritage Foundation). Free registration available here.

February 9, 12:30 pm-145pm (approximately), Indiana University, McKinney School of Law: “Donald Trump’s second impeachment. Sponsored by the Indiana University Federalist Society.

February 11th and 18th, 8pm to 9pm, Speakeasy: “How to Publish Your Academic Book.” This is a two-part series aimed at academics, policy analysts, and others who want to learn how to write a book and get it published with an academic publisher. I will answer questions and give individual advice to participants in the second half of each session. You can find registration information here. There is a $ 40 fee for both calls.

February 23, TBA time (but likely from 11:00 a.m. or 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time / 6:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. Israeli time), Israeli Forum for Justice and Freedom: “” Moving freely: foot vote, migration and political freedom. “I will post credentials as soon as a link is available.

Feb. 23, 3:30 pm, NYU Law School: “Free Movement: Foot Voting, Migration, and Political Freedom” (sponsored by the Classical Liberal Institute). With comments from NYU law professors Richard Epstein (one of the world’s leading experts on property rights and libertarian legal theory) and Rick Hills (leading scholar of federalism). Free registration here.

March 4th, 7.30pm to 8.45pm, CSI / CUNY: “Moving freely: foot vote, migration and political freedom” (sponsored by the annual lecture series of the Legal Studies Institute – postponed from 2020). Registration information and link TBA.

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