Minisode 3: Why Separate Powers? Visiting Fed Soc National Student Symposium at Harvard

For Minisode 3, Anchoring Truths co-founder Garrett Snedeker & JWI Program Director Daniel Osborne discuss their recent visit to Harvard Law School for the 2024 Federalist Society National Student Symposium. The theme of the symposium was “Why Separate Powers.” Snedeker and Osborne share how two panels in particular focused on topics central to JWI’s work, as well as discussing observations about the student interactions they enjoyed.

Langdell Library, Harvard Law School. Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

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