Sara Aronchick Solow and Barry Friedman (NYU): How to Talk About the Constitution. Jack M. Balkin (Yale): Must We Be Faithful to Original Meaning? S. L. Whitesell (Penn): The Church of Originalism. Lawrence Lessig (Harvard): What an “Originalist” Would Understand “Corruption” to Mean: The 2013 Jorde Lecture. Kiel Robert Brennan-Marquez (Yale): The Constitutional Idealism of John Roberts. The Roberts Supreme Court is the most business-friendly court since World War II. Michael Avery and Danielle McLaughlin on how conservatives captured the law: From modest academic roots, the Federalist Society has become a major force in scholarship, politics, and policy. Joshua Hawley on making the Supreme Court safe for democracy. The United States can’t be the world’s courthouse: Eric Posner on why the Supreme Court just killed off a whole category of human rights suits.