Human Rights Issues Discussed by Distinguished Academics at WALTA Meeting

Introducing the Official WALTA Flag

We now have a Professionally Designed Flag 

Thanks to Heath Harley-Bellemore, a member of WALTA, we now have an official flag and logo in two motifs, light and dark versions. Here is the primary design:

A Tribute to Judicial Constraint: Justice Scalia, Due Process and the Confines of Original Context and Text

Speech by Bruce Linkermann


A few weeks ago Dr Zimmermann suggested to me that I give a short speech, a sort of eulogy, to commemorate the life and legacy of Justice Scalia, but I couldn’t resist going a little further.


As we will discuss shortly, the Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v Hodges (‘Obergefell’), as in the words of Justice Thomas, is ‘largely based on a constitutional provision guaranteeing “due process” before a person is deprived of his “life, liberty, or property”’, specifically the ‘liberty’ protected by the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment.

 WALTA Holds a Series of Events with National and International Speakers

Dr David Cox Speaks at WALTA Meeting

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