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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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The Business Challenges to the HHS Mandate

The Milwaukee Lawyers will host Chapter Kyle Duncan, Esq, to speak on ‘A Hobby Lobby Exception to Religious Freedom? The Business Challenges to the HHS Mandate’ at a Noon luncheon on Thursday, February 21, 2013, at the Milwaukee Athletic Club, … Continue reading

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Milwaukee Federalists to Host Gregg Nunziata

Gregg Nunziata will speak on “November’s Consequences For The Federal Courts” at a Noon luncheon Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at the Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 North Broadway. Reservations may be made by email, through October 12th, with payment at the … Continue reading

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Milwaukee Federalists to Host Paul Clement for a “Supreme Court Review”

From the Milwaukee Chapter: For our chapter’s 100th event, Paul Clement will present a “Supreme Court Round Up For the 2011-12 Term” at a Noon luncheon Thursday, September 13, 2012 at the Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 North Broadway. Reservations may … Continue reading

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Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter Event

Richard Brookhiser will speak on his biography James Madison, published by Basic Books, at a Noon luncheon at the Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 North Broadway, presented by the Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter. Mr. Brookhiser is an historian, biographer, and journalist, and … Continue reading

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