UPenn symposium on “Dictating Conscience”

Federalist Society Convention Videos

Cruz Attacks DOJ Advocacy at Federalist Society Meeting

2013 National Lawyers Convention: Textualism and the Role of Judges

2013 National Lawyers Convention Schedule

Two Law Schools Limiting Meetings By Federalist Society | Jordan Lorence at Speak Up Movement

Kans. School of Law Event Preview: “The Case for Same Sex Marriage”

Bullying as a Civil Rights Violation: The U.S. Department of Education’s Approach to Harassment

Federalist Society Podcast on the Government’s Duty to Defend the Law — And A Few More Thoughts on the Decision Not to Defend DOMA

Common Cause v. Scalia and Thomas

Law Review: An Abortion Exception to the First Amendment?

FedSoc Event: Does the Constitution require same-sex “marriage”?

Amend while the iron is hot?

Federalist convention comes at right time for potential hill staffers

Proposition 8 litigators present their cases at Virginia law school

Federalist Society white paper on the CA Supreme Court

    Jeremy B. Rosen, Thomas F. Gede, Federalist Society: “With Chief Justice George’s imminent retirement and replacement by California Court of Appeal Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, and the high likelihood that the Governor who is elected this November may have the ability to appoint a majority of the court during his or her term in office, this is a unique opportunity to consider the work, impact, and role of the California Supreme Court. In this paper, we highlight a few important areas of law (consumer class actions, property rights, arbitration, commercial speech, and employment) where the court has been strongly divided in recent years. In those areas of great importance to California’s businesses, workers and consumers, changes in the court’s personnel therefore could result in changes in the law that push the court away from its current balance.”

  • Posted: 10/19/2010
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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Federalist Society: Doe v. Reed – Post-decision SCOTUScast

Federalist Society: Is the Electoral College obsolete?

    FedSoc Blog: “At this critical moment in the progress of NPV’s legislation, The Federalist Society’s Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group and The Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies will co-host a debate between Ms. Tara Ross, author of Enlightened Democracy: The Case for the Electoral College, and Hon. Jamin Raskin, Maryland State Senator and Professor of Constitutional Law at American University, Washington College of Law, over whether the Electoral College should be retained and whether the potential benefits of NPV’s solution outweigh its possible detriments. Dr. Roger Pilon, Vice President for Legal Affairs of The Cato Institute, will moderate. The event will be held at 12:00 PM, Thursday, July 8, 2010, at The Cato Institute. Please click here for further details and registration information.”

  • Posted: 07/02/2010
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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Kagan’s Public Service Commitment Touted By Harvard Law Grads

Becket Fund: Luke Goodrich to debate merits of CLS v. Martinez

CLE Presentation Tonight at Ariz. State U.: “Should Morality Be Legislated: Human Cloning and Embryonic Stem Cell Research”

ADF attorneys to debate in NY, NC on Supreme Court case involving Christian student group

Is Federalist Society Membership an Obstacle to Getting Law Firm Jobs?

The Ethics of Discriminating Against Federalist Society Members For Law Firm Jobs

Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention This Week

Federalist Society’s Searle Young Legal Scholars Research Fellowships

Debate on free speech rights of pastors Wednesday

Pulpit Initiative Debate this Wednesday, May 20th

Federalist Society Event: Politics in the Pulpit – May 20th

    Federalist Society: This event is co-sponsored by The Alliance Defense Fund . . . Our panel will examine the application of the Johnson Amendment to religious ministers in their preaching duties during worship services. Does the Johnson Amendment constrain clergy from effectively imparting messages integral to their faith, or is it an appropriate safeguard to ensure that churches and government limit their respective activities?
    Benjamin W. Bull, Chief Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund
    Professor Douglas Laycock, Yale Kamisar Collegiate Professor of Law, The University of Michigan Law School
    Rev. Barry W. Lynn, Executive Director, Americans United for Separation of Church and State
    Professor Donald B. Tobin, Associate Dean for Faculty, The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law
    Moderator: Steffen N. Johnson, Esq., Winston & Strawn LLP

  • Posted: 05/15/2009
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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Legal Experts to Debate Pastors’ Right to Address Political Issues

Lawyers of the Right: Professionalizing the Conservative Coalition

Federalist Society Phoenix Chapter Events: ADF attorney, a featured speaker

McCain Tells Federalist Society He Will Appoint Conservative Judges

Conference: The Things That Are Not Caesar’s

    ADF is co-sponsoring a Federalist Society conference titled: The Things That Are Not Caesar’s: Religious Organizations as a Check on the Authoritarian Pretensions of the State Speakers include: John Garvey, Patrick McKinley Brennan, Kenneth Grasso, Carl H. Esbeck, Nicholas Wolterstorff, …

  • Posted: 02/08/2008
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