Professor Brad Smith recently penned an article for the Federalist titled “Why Getting Money Out of Politics Hurts the Little Guy”. The article can be found here.
He also spoke at the Federalist Society Executive Branch Review Conference in Washington, D.C., on panel with former SEC Commissioner Paul Atkins, former FTC Commissioner Ron Cass, and Judge Laurence Silberman. His speech can be viewed here.
Professor Smith has also filed an amicus brief in U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. Circuit in Silberstein v. SEC, on behalf of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Appropriations Chair Thad Cochran, Senate Banking Chair Richard Shelby, and Senate Financial Services Committee Chair John Boozman. The brief and Professor Smith have made the news; the articles can be viewed here and here. The brief itself can be found here.
Other recent activities by Professor Smith include a speech at the Moyer Inns of Court, regarding the “Open Seat: Does the Senate Have a Constitutional Duty to Act on Garland Nomination.” He also written articles published in The Atlantic and USA Today. The articles can be found here and here.