“Two Courts, Two Methods, and One Free Speech Clause.” Southwestern Political Science Association. October 11, 2018. Orlando, FL.
“Evolving or Predatory? The Role of Law.” New England Political Science Association, April 22, 2016 (Panel Chair). Newport, RI.
“Undergraduate Research: Media and Rhetoric.” New England Political Science Association, April 22, 2016 (Panel Chair). Newport, RI.
“Deciding Not to Decide: Cert. Denials and the First Amendment.” iPoster presentation at the 2016 Meeting of the American Political Science Association. September 1-4, 2016. Philadelphia, PA.
“Speaking in Tongues? Understanding the Roberts Court Record on Freedom of Speech.” Presented at the 2014 Meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association. November 12–14, 2014. Boston, MA.
“Truth, Democracy, or Self-Fulfillment? Free Speech Justifications and the Roberts Court.” Presented at the 2014 Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association. April 3– 6, 2014, Chicago, IL.
“Emerging Ideologies and Institutional Differences: Free Speech and the Roberts Court.” Presented at the 2013 Meeting of the New York Political Science Association. April 18– 20, 2013. Syracuse, NY.
“Free Speech and the Roberts Court: Back to the Marketplace?” Presented at the 2012 Meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association. November 15–17, 2012. Boston, MA.
Professional Training & Workshops
Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors (SWAPLA). Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, OK. Apr. 4-6, 2019 (Budget Committee).
Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors (SWAPLA). Annual Meeting, Houston, TX. Nov. 10, 2018.
Empowering the Law School Journey: 2018 LSAC HACU, HBCU, and TCU Pre-Law Advisors Conference. Annual meeting, Broomfield, CO. Jan. 10-12, 2018.
Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors (SWAPLA). Annual meeting, Memphis, TN. Sept. 13-15, 2017.
National Association of Pre-Law Advisors (NAPLA). Annual meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. June 12-15, 2017.
Institute for Qualitative and Multi-method Research. Two-week institute offering sequences in case studies, comparative methods, concept formation and analysis, set theoretical approaches, and integration of quantitative and qualitative research designs. Syracuse University, June 14-26, 2015.
Jordan Saunders Seminar in Constitutional History. “Embedded Histories in Constitutional Argument,” interdisciplinary summer workshop sponsored by the Institute for Constitutional Studies at George Washington University. Stanford University, July 13-18, 2014.
Guest Lectures & Presentations
SUNY Cortland Constitution Day Lecture, 2015. “The Roberts Court at 10.” September 17, 2015. Sponsored by the Institute for Civic Engagement.