Amigos, this will be the fourth year in which National Review Institute and Pacific Legal Foundation are co-sponsoring a popular preview of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court term (which will consider a number of blockbuster cases) with a cabal of expert constitutional lawyers, hosted by the good people of Jones Day . . . and you’re invited to see and hear all the wisdom our panelists will impart.
Here are the key particulars: The forum is scheduled for Friday, September 28, at Jones Day’s Washington, D.C., offices on 300 New Jersey Avenue, N.W. (on the Senate side of Capitol Hill). Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., the forum begins at Noon, and concludes at 1:00 p.m.
And if you are thinking — “Gee, I hope they are providing lunch” — well, you and your hunger will be in luck. And the vittles will be free (everyone’s favorite word preceding “lunch”). NRI Senior Fellow David French will introduce the forum, which will consist of panelists Paul Clement, David Frederick, and Shay Dvoretzky.
Space is limited (this really is a popular event), but attending is simple: just RSVP to NAmundson@pacificlegal.org. We suggest you do that right now.