Supreme Court Roundup Iowa Student Chapter Friday, September 04, 11:10 AMRoom 285 of the Boyd Law Building
Iowa City, IA 52242
- Andrew Kloster, The Heritage Foundation
- Professor Paul Gowder, Iowa Law
Welcome Back to the Federalist Society Arizona Student Chapter Tuesday, September 08Tucson, AZ 85721
- Mark Brnovich, Arizona Attorney General
Fall Happy Hour Baltimore Lawyers Chapter Tuesday, September 08, 05:00 PMTir Na Nog
Pratt Street Pavilion
Baltimore, MD 21202
Summer’s over. Back to classes. Back to the grind.
What’s a conservative-minded stressed-out law student or an
overworked underappreciated practitioner to do? Why
meet some old friends and new. In other words……
We’re having a Happy Hour!
Tuesday, September 8th, 5PM till they throw us out. See you there!
The Impact of Obergefell on Religious Liberty Lewis & Clark Student Chapter Wednesday, September 09Wood Hall Room 8
Portland, OR 97219
- Ken Klukowski, The Liberty Institute
- Professor Jim Oleske, Lewis & Clark Law
Careers in Public Interest Law New York University Student Chapter Wednesday, September 09New York, NY 10012
- Robert McNamara, Institute for Justice
The Domestic Surveillance State Harvard Student Chapter Wednesday, September 09, 12:00 PMCambridge, MA 02138
- Hon. Michael Mukasey, former Attorney General of the United States
The Rise of “Empty Suit” Litigation™: Where Should Tort Law Draw The Line? Litigation Practice Group Teleforum Wednesday, September 09, 03:00 PMFederalist Society Teleforum Conference Call
In The Rise of “Empty Suit” Litigation™: Where Should Tort Law Draw The Line?, Victor E. Schwartz discusses the need to stop all litigation where an individual or class action plaintiff has suffered no real harm, physical, emotional or economic. In his article, Schwartz criticizes finding liability for the estimated cost of medical monitoring following exposure to a potentially harmful substance absent a physical injury. He also examines class action litigation claiming that a product’s actual value was lower than the purchase price, or that the resale value of a product diminished because of an alleged latent defect, even when the product functioned properly for most or all consumers. Of course, he also addresses both individual claims where there has been no real injury, or economic loss and class actions that rely on speculative or expert-driven theories of harm or damages. Join us for this Teleforum where Mr. Schwartz will explain his article in greater depth, and answer questions from our audience.
- Mr. Victor E. Schwartz, Partner, Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.
Annual Lawyer & Law Student Back-to-School Happy Hour Tallahassee Lawyers Chapter Wednesday, September 09, 05:30 PMHarry’s Bar and Grille
201 South Bronough St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Please join The Federalist Society, Tallahassee Lawyers Division
and Florida State University College of Law Chapter, for our
Annual Lawyer & Law Student
Back-to-School Happy Hour
Annual Supreme Court Round-Up New Jersey Lawyers Chapter Wednesday, September 09, 06:30 PMThe Morris Museum
6 Normandy Heights Rd.
Morristown, NJ 07960
- Greg Katsas, Partner, Jones Day
Voter ID Kansas Student Chapter Thursday, September 10Lawrence, KS 66045
- Secretary Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State