Integrating Principle and Politics in the new History of Originalism
Professor Logan E. Sawyer III, of University of Georgia School of Law and currently a visiting Professor at Harvard Law School, presented a working draft of his work Integrating Principle and Politics in the new History of Originalism. This work examines the artificial and counter-productive gap between the academic history of originalism, and the political history of originalism.
From University of Georgia School of Law, "Logan E. Sawyer III joined Georgia Law in 2010 and was promoted to associate professor in 2014. He spent the academic year 2014-15 as a visiting professor at Harvard Law School. He has also been a Law Research Fellow at the Georgetown University Law Center and taught courses on American legal history at the University of Virginia. His academic interests focus on the relationship between law and political institutions in American history. He is currently at work on a history of Originalism and party politics from the 1950s until the 1990s".
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Sawyer, Logan E. III, "Integrating Principle and Politics in the new History of Originalism" (2016). Faculty Workshops.