Can Courts Save Democracy?

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Can Courts Save Democracy?

November 1 5:00 PM 7:00 PM

In partnership with the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations, the Center for Constitutional Design will host a discussion on the ability of courts to halt democratic decay and support the institutions of democracy. Join Associate Professor and Deputy Director Tom Daly (Melbourne School of Government), Professor and Senior Fellow in Global Democracy Larry Diamond (Stanford University), and Professor Jeffrey K. Staton (Emory University) who co-authored the recently published Can Courts be Bulwarks of Democracy? Judges and the Politics of Prudence.

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Tom Daly

Associate Professor | University of Melbourne
Deputy Director | Melbourne School of Government

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Larry Diamond

Professor | Stanford University
Senior Fellow | Hoover Institution
Mosbacher Senior Fellow in Global Democracy | Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

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Jeffrey K. Staton

Professor | Emory University
Director | Center for the Study of Law and Politics

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Location: Beus Center for Law and Society

111 E Taylor St
Phoenix, Arizona 85004 United States
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