Are you interested in the role of the American legal institutions in limiting government? Do you want to engage in an online interactive discussion the history of the judiciary and the ways judicial action can limit the size and scope of government? Would you like to win a free copy of the critically-acclaimed new book “Terms of Engagement: How Our Courts Should Enforce the Constitution’s Promise of Limited Government”? Then join us for an exciting new online webinar this upcoming Thursday evening at 8:00pm EST / 5:00pm PST with Institute for Justice Senior Attorney Clark Neily. See below for further details about the webinar and book contest.
The U.S. Constitution was designed to protect individuals from the illegitimate exercise of government power. Unfortunately, the judiciary’s abdication of its duty to serve as a meaningful check on the other branches has led to an explosion in the cost, size and intrusiveness of government. In this webinar, Institute for Justice Senior Attorney Clark Neily will explain how this result came to be and why it can only be remedied through the consistent application of “judicial engagement” —or a genuine quest for truth regarding the government’s ends and means in all constitutional cases, with no exceptions.