Federalist Society vs. American Constitution Society. We have both the Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society here at Wisconsin. Assume one or the other group asked a lawprof to speak to them about a new Supreme Court case, for example, last week's Locke v. Davey, which I discussed on this blog here, here, here, and here.
Should the lawprof give the same talk to either group, or is there some different approach that should be taken? I'd really like to know. Email me if you know enough about these two groups to have a useful opinion on the subject, and let me know if I can quote your email, with or without your name, in this blog.