The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University
525 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
The Federalist Society and Commonwealth Shakespeare Company present Shakespeare’s Richard II and The Limits of Executive Power.
Hosted & Moderated by:
C. Boyden Gray, Former White House Counsel to President George H. W. Bush
Steven Maler, Artistic Director of Commonwealth Shakespeare Company
- Jennifer Braceras, Political Columnist
- Former Federal Judge Nancy Gertner
- Federal Judge Nathanial M. Gorton
- Judge Andrew Grainger, Massachusetts Appeals Court
- Michael Keating, Partner, Foley Hoag
- Daniel Kelly, Partner, McCarter & English
- Federal Judge Dennis Saylor, IV
- Jay Stephens, General Counsel, Raytheon
- David Tuerck, Chair of Suffolk’s Economics Department and Executive Director of Suffolk’s Beacon Hill Institute
- Federal Judge Douglas P. Woodlock
- Federal Judge Rya W. Zobel
Special Guest Panelists:
- Rachael Cobb, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Government, Suffolk University
- Edward Whelan, President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center; Contributor to National Review Online’s Bench Memos
The Federalist Society, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company and McCarter & English, LLP present their 12th Annual Shakespeare and the Law program featuring a staged reading of Richard II followed by a discussion on the legal and political consequences when a king or a president goes too far.
Registration: Please RSVP to Dottie Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.449.6617.
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