Epps gives keynote at American Legal Fictions Colloquium

Professor Garrett Epps

Professor Garrett Epps

Professor Garrett Epps gave the keynote address Friday (Sept. 16, 2016) at the Savannah Law Review‘s American Legal Fictions Colloquium.

Epps’s talk, “Heaven and Earth Shall Pass Away: Law as the Supreme Fiction,” followed a daylong series of presentations, including a talk by Professor J. Amy Dillard titled “Terry Stops — The Myth of Reasonable Articulable Suspicion.”

Click here to see the event program.

Learn more about Professor Epps, the author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, including American Epic: Reading the U.S. Constitution (Oxford University Press, 2013). Epps is the Supreme Court correspondent for The Atlantic (see an archive of his columns) and before becoming a law professor was a reporter for The Washington Post, among other newspapers. At the University of Baltimore, Epps teaches constitutional law and creative writing for law students.

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