The Suffolk University Law Review presents Professor Daniel Hulsebosch, speaking on the topic of “We the People, They the Audience: Constitute-Making and the Wider World in the Late Eighteenth Century” as part of the Donahue Lecture Series.
Daniel Hulsebosch is the Charles Seligson Professor of Law at the New York University School of Law. He is a legal and constitutional historian whose scholarship ranges from the early modern British Empire to the nineteenth-century United States. Throughout his work, he explores the relationships between migration, territorial expansion, transnational sources of law, and the development of legal institutions and doctrines.
The Donahue Lectures, instituted in 1980 to commemorate the Hon. Frank J. Donahue, bring outstanding authorities in various fields of law to the University community and often provide the basis for a lead article to be published in the Suffolk University Law Review.
All guests are invited to attend a reception following the lecture. No RSVP required. Seating will be first-come, first-served.
For additional information, contact the Suffolk University Law Review at 617-573-8180.