The Federalist Society

The Presidency and the Courts: The Influence of Judicial Philosophy

Cleveland Lawyers Chapter


M. Edward Whelan III, Jonathan Entin

Start : Wednesday, October 29, 2008 11:45 AM

End   : Wednesday, October 29, 2008 1:15 PM


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Location:
The City Club of Cleveland
850 Euclid Ave., Second Floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44115


Speakers:

  • M. Edward Whelan, III, President and Director, Program On The Constitution, The Courts, and the Culture, Ethics & Public Policy Center
  • Jonathan L. Entin, Professor of Law and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Case Western Reserve University, School of Law

During the next four years, there likely will be one to three vacancies on the United States Supreme Court. The panel will explore the importance of the respective roles of the President and Congress in the nomination and confirmation of judges. The panelists will consider: What is the proper role of the courts in American politics? How has judicial philosophy influenced that role in the past, and how might it in the future? And what might be the role of judicial philosophy on the nominations process in the next administration?

Registration details:

RSVP TO: David C. Tryon, Esq., (216) 443-2560, dtryon@porterwright.com

COST: $13.00 (Includes Buffet Lunch)



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