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Legal Ethics In Transactional Representation

St. Louis Lawyers Chapter Thursday, June 11, 03:00 PMArmstrong Teasdale
7700 Forsyth Blvd
Suite 1800
Clayton, MO 63105

Panelists: 
Hon. Duane Benton, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
Hon. Mary Russell, Missouri Supreme Court
Hon. Lloyd Karmeier, Illinois Supreme Court
Matthew Corbin, AON Risk Solutions
James L. Nouss, Jr., Bryan Cave LLP

Moderated By: 
Hon. Stephen N. Limbaugh, Sr., Former Judge, Eastern District of Missouri Senior Counsel, Armstrong Teasdale

Legal Ethics in Transactional Representation

St. Louis Lawyers Chapter Thursday, June 11, 03:00 PMArmstrong Teasdale
7700 Forsyth Blvd
Suite 1800
Clayton, MO 63105

Panelists: 
Hon. Duane Benton, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
Hon. Mary Russell, Missouri Supreme Court
Hon. Lloyd Karmeier, Illinois Supreme Court
Matthew Corbin, AON Risk Solutions
James L. Nouss, Jr., Bryan Cave LLP

Moderated By: 
Hon. Stephen N. Limbaugh, Sr., Former Judge, Eastern District of Missouri Senior Counsel, Armstrong Teasdale

The Constitution: An Introduction - Podcast

Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group Podcast
Michael S. Paulsen, Kevin Walsh May 07, 2015

In their new book, The Constitution: An Introduction, constitutional scholar Michael Stokes Paulsen and his son, Luke Paulsen, write a lively modern primer on the U.S. Constitution. Beginning with the Constitution’s birth in 1787, Paulsen and Paulsen offer a tour of its provisions, principles, and interpretation, introducing readers to the characters and controversies that have shaped the Constitution in the 200-plus years since its creation. In a review published in Engage, the Law Journal of the Federalist Society, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito praises the book’s unique format: “Professor Paulsen and his son began this collaboration when Luke was in high school and continued throughout his college years at Princeton. It is easy to imagine this process as a conversation between a father, who has been immersed in the study of the Constitution for his entire adult life, and a bright son, who brings a new perspective and challenges the father to explain and defend.” Justice Alito goes on to say that the book “invites readers to become personally engaged in the discussion of the Constitution that began in the fall of 1787 when the citizens of the states debated ratification.” In this spirit of debate, both of the authors joined University of Richmond School of Law Professor Kevin Walsh and answered audience questions on a Teleforum conference call.

  • Luke Paulsen, Co-author, The Constitution: An Introduction
  • Prof. Michael S. Paulsen, Co-author, The Constitution: An Introduction, Distinguished University Chair and Professor, University of St. Thomas School of Law
  • Prof. Kevin C. Walsh, University of Richmond School of Law

Our Lost Constitution: The Willful Subversion of America's Founding Document - Podcast

Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group Podcast
Michael S. Lee April 22, 2015

The still-unfolding story of America’s Constitution is a history of heroes and villains—the flawed visionaries who inspired and crafted liberty’s safeguards, and the shortsighted opportunists who defied them. Those stories are known by few today.

In Our Lost Constitution, Senator Mike Lee tells the dramatic, little-known stories behind six of the Constitution’s most indispensable provisions. He shows their rise. He shows their fall. And he makes vividly clear how nearly every abuse of federal power today is rooted in neglect of this Lost Constitution. Senator Mike Lee joined a Teleforum conference call for a special discussion with Federalist Society members regarding his new book.

  • Hon. Michael S. Lee, United States Senate