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Reminder: Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention This Week (for Free)
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A reminder from the Federalist Society that the National Lawyers' Convention takes place this week, online and for free.  Also, Justice Alito will speak on Thursday.

The Federalist Society’s 2020 National Lawyers Convention will be hosted all next week as a free virtual conference. All events, including a just-added address by Justice Alito, are online, open to the public, and free of charge (there is a nominal fee for a substantial amount of CLE).

Please review the schedule of events and register HERE for all panels you would like to attend – each panel has a unique registration link so please register accordingly. Or you can simply access the live stream on the date and time of the most interesting events via the FedSoc website, YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter.

Justice Alito will deliver the keynote address next Thursday at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. Other Convention highlights include addresses by Judge Janice Rogers Brown (ret.) and Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia, along with a nearly endless list of panel discussions:

  • Religious Liberty and the New Court
  • EPA Turns 50: A Debate on Environmental Progress and Regulatory Overreach
  • Prosecutorial Discretion, Partisanship, and the Rule of Law
  • Regulatory Practice and Oversight in 2021 and Beyond
  • Rule of Law, or Just Making it Up? First Amendment Tiered Scrutiny
  • Freedom of Association in the Legal Profession
  • Regulating Social Media
  • Are MDL Judges Too Powerful?
  • The Law, China, and the Possible New Cold War
  • Agency Leaders on Labor Policy
  • Intellectual Property Rights and the Rule of Law
  • Modern Quandaries of Law Enforcement
  • The Future of the Second Amendment’s Right to Keep and Bear Arms:  From the Supreme Court to Social Unrest in the Streets
  • Agency Leaders on Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, and the Evolution of a Central Bank Digital Currency
  • Emergency Powers and the Rule of Law

To repeat, the entire Convention is free to attend and is open to the public. We hope you will join us for this week of profound and timely discussion.  

Please forward this notice as widely as possible.

Click to register for the National Lawyers Convention.