Steinglass Speaks on Ohio Constitutional History and Modern Revision

Steven H. Steinglass, C|M|LAW’s Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus, made several presentations this fall on Ohio constitutional history and revision.

On September 23, 2014, he made a presentation to Ohio teachers at the Law and Citizenship Conference sponsored by the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education.  The presentation was on What Every Ohio Teacher Should Know about the Ohio Constitution.

On October 11, 2014, he presented Constitutional Revision–Ohio Style at a Symposium at Wayne State University Law School Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Michigan Constitution and the Evolution of State Constitutionalism.

On October 18, 2014, he delivered comments at a program at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia recognizing the 25th anniversary of the Rutgers University Center on State Constitutional Law.  The principal lecture was delivered by Professor Sanford Levinson of the University of Texas Law School, whose book Framed addresses issues of constitutional structure and constitutional change in the US Constitution and the constitutions of the states.  Dean Steinglass’s comments were in reaction to Professor Levinson’s lecture.

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One Response to Steinglass Speaks on Ohio Constitutional History and Modern Revision

  1. Alan Jay Rom says:

    Congratulations, Steve, on this important work. Understanding the constitution, both federal and state, is so very important for students to learn at an early age. Presumably, when they understand the guiding principles, their response to public policy issues will be different than if they didn’t learn about the constitutions of the U.S. and state in which they live. Now for this work to be done in other states… . Best wishes, Alan

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