Where I’ll Be This Fall

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Here’s when/where I’ll be speaking over the next few months:

September 13th: Adrian College, Adrian, MI.

September 29th: Columbia Law School, New York, NY. (tentative)

October 6: Tulane Law School, New Orleans, LA.

October 25: University of Mississippi School of Law, Oxford, MS.

November 7: Hanover College, Hanover, IN. (tentative)

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15 Responses to “Where I’ll Be This Fall”

  1. #1 |  JS | 

    Too bad you’re not speaking at Liberty University (Jerry Falwell’s college) That would be hilarious. Plus the law and order conservatives are the ones that need to hear you the most.

  2. #2 |  Brandon | 

    Columbia Law? Impressive. Are you going to be discussing eminent domain abuse?

  3. #3 |  Brandon | 

    We have schools west of the Mississippi too, you know.

  4. #4 |  Collin | 

    When will you swing through Massachusetts?

  5. #5 |  Dan Z | 

    See you in Adrian on September 13, I literally live two blocks from where you’ll be speaking and can’t wait to get a chance to year you speak!

  6. #6 |  CyniCAl | 

    Too bad you won’t be in Houston, at least you wouldn’t get a red light ticket there anymore.

    http://news.yahoo.com/houston-latest-us-city-end-red-light-cameras-213804104.html

  7. #7 |  Jim | 

    When are you coming to St. Louis?? Would love to attend one of your talks.

  8. #8 |  JS | 

    CyniCal that keeps going back and forth. One minute they have them and the next minute they don’t. Must be some powerful people opposing the red light cameras because in Texas the companies that make the cameras and the cities split the take on ticket money.

  9. #9 |  James Hanley | 

    Dan Z, Radley’s Adrian College talk will be a lunchtime talk (12:00-12:50). Location is TBA (either Knight Auditorium or the Adrian-Tobias room, probably). I do hope you you can make it–bring a sack lunch!

  10. #10 |  Dan Z | 

    James,

    That works great coinciding with my lunch break. I emailed the college to find out more info so Ill be sure to make it.

  11. #11 |  CyniCAl | 

    Hey JS, I was wondering that myself, because the article mentioned “banning” red-light cameras, which sounded odd because banning usually applies to the governments forbidding private citized to do something. In this case, it was the voters who banned the city of Houston’s use of red-light cameras, so that is encouraging.

  12. #12 |  Ben | 

    Radley, if you ever make it up to New England, I’ll be there and bring a bunch of people with me.

  13. #13 |  James Hanley | 

    Dan Z,

    I’ve just reserved the Adrian-Tobias room for Radley’s talk. I doubt you’ll get a coherent response from the College because I’ve been working to make sure the event is going to happen before talking to our PR Department. So if they respond that they don’t know what you’re talking about, it’s not their fault. If you want any more information, feel free to email me directly–first initial lastname @adrian.edu.

  14. #14 |  Danny | 

    Radley’s Morse Code Message to Boston:

    dot dot dash dot
    dot dot dash

    (kidding – I know you’ll make it up here some time)

  15. #15 |  JS | 

    Yea but it’s not over yet. last I heard the city was going to court again. Usually the will of the people means nothing so these red light cameras must have pissed off some influential people or something. The company who makes the cameras is fighting it. I think its pretty bad that the company who made them gets to split the ticket money with the city.

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