Tag Archives: Federalist Society

August 26th – Political Speech and the First Amendment

Political Speech and the First Amendment One of the core principles of the First Amendment is the right to engage in political speech.  The United States Supreme Court has long protected that right, striking down a number of campaign finance … Continue reading

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July 6, 2015 – The Aftermath of King v. Burwell

Event Recap: Video coverage is available from WisconsinEye of our event on July 6th on the aftermath of King v. Burwell.   The Aftermath of King v. Burwell Join us for a timely post-decision discussion on the legal and policy implications of King … Continue reading

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April 28, 2015 – 25th Anniversary of Milwaukee School Choice Program

Event Recap: Video coverage is available from WisconsinEye of our event on April 28th on the 25th Anniversary of the Milwaukee School Choice Program. 25th Anniversary of the Milwaukee School Choice Program Join us to welcome school choice legal expert Clint Bolick … Continue reading

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Oct 28th – Reflections from Office: The Role of the Attorney General

MADISON LAWYERS CHAPTER PRESENTS: Reflections from Office: The Role of the Attorney General -featuring- Attorney General JB Van Hollen -moderated by- Patrick J. Fiedler Partner at Axley Tuesday, October 28th, 2014 11:30am – 1:00pm Lunch Available at 11:30 a.m. Program … Continue reading

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Flat, Fair or Fundamental: The Future of Tax Reform in Wisconsin

Event Recap: Video coverage is available from WisconsinEye of our event on April 24th on the future of tax reform in Wisconsin. MADISON LAWYERS CHAPTER PRESENTS:  Flat, Fair or Fundamental: The Future of Tax Reform in Wisconsin  Featuring: Dale Kooyenga, … Continue reading

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2013 Review and Preview: United States Supreme Court

Event Recap: Video coverage is available from WisconsinEye of our 2012-2013 US Supreme Court Review and Preview.   The Federalist Society For Law & Public Policy Studies Madison Lawyers Chapter Presents: United States Supreme Court Review & Preview   Join … Continue reading

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Executive Overreach in the Age of Obama: Dodd-Frank, IRS Targeting, & the DOJ

Event Recap: Video coverage is available from WisconsinEye of our event on June 27th, 2013 entitled “Executive Overreach in the Age of Obama.” THE FEDERALIST SOCIETY FOR LAW & PUBLIC POLICY STUDIES MADISON LAWYERS CHAPTER PRESENTS: Executive Overreach in the Age of … Continue reading

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The Trojan Horse of Federal Assistance to the States — The Fiscal Crisis and the Need to Separate Federal and State Finances

The Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter will host Mario Loyola to speak on ‘The Trojan Horse of Federal Assistance to the States — The Fiscal Crisis and the Need to Separate Federal and State Finances’ at a Noon luncheon Thursday, March 21, … Continue reading

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Article Highlights Recently Enacted Civil Liability Reforms throughout the Country

The Federalist Society this week published an article, Tort Reform Update: Recently Enacted Legislative Reforms and State Court Challenges, authored by Madison Lawyers’ Chapter President Andrew Cook discussing the numerous civil liability reform bills passed throughout the country the last … Continue reading

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