A big bunch of constitutional scholars are gathering in October in Wiliamsburg, for theWilliam and Mary Law School's Supreme Court Preview.
The press release says the participants will include:
Joan Biskupic, USA Today; David Savage, Los Angeles Times; Linda Greenhouse, New York Times; Charles Lane, Washington Post; John Blume, Cornell Law School; Michael Carvin, Jones, Day, Washington D.C.; Erwin Chemerinsky, Duke University School of Law; Walter Dellinger, O'Melveny & Myers, Duke University School of Law; Lyle Denniston, SCOTUSblog; Kenneth Geller, Mayer, Brown, Rowe; William Hurd, Troutman Sanders, Washington, D.C.; Neal Katyal, Georgetown Law Center; Dahlia Lithwick, Slate; John McGinnis, Northwestern University Law School; Thomas Merrill, Columbia Law School; Stuart Taylor, National Journal; Amy L. Wax, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Stephen Wermiel, American University, Washington College of Law; and Neal Devins, Davison Douglas, Michael Gerhardt, Alan Meese, Linda Malone, Kathy Urbonya, Jim Dwyer and William Van Alstyne, all of the William and Mary School of Law.
What is frightening is that I know of most of these people. My own Con Law professor from my student days in Williamsburg, alas, vanished from the scene. I don't know what became of her.