Sunday, September 23, 2012

September 24/Portland, OR: U.S. Supreme Court Review and Preview #MCLE

Please join us to hear our distinguished panel, which brings together a wealth of Supreme Court and constitutional experience, dissect the Court’s decisions from this past term, debate the direction of the Court in the upcoming term and provide their views on what this means to lawyers and lay people alike. Scott L. Nelson, a litigation attorney specializing in civil appellate practice, brings experience practicing before the U.S. Supreme Court. Stephen L. Griffith, former partner at Stoel Rives, has now taught and coached the award-winning constitutional law team at Lincoln High School for twelve years. William Funk has written and lectured extensively on the structure of the Constitution. This panel will be moderated by Jay Austin.
This is a brown bag lunch. Complimentary drinks will be provided.
U.S. Supreme Court Review and Preview
Monday, September 24, 2012
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Wells Fargo Center
1300 SW Fifth Avenue 21st Floor Conference Room
Portland, OR
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  • William Funk, Robert E. Jones Professor of Advocacy and Ethics, Lewis & Clark Law School; Author, Introduction to American Constitutional Structure
  • Stephen L. Griffith, Retired Partner, Stoel Rives LLP; Teacher, Constitutional Law and American History, Lincoln High School, Portland
  • Scott L. Nelson, Attorney, Public Citizen Litigation Group
  • Moderated by: Jay Austin, Senior Attorney and Director, Endangered Environmental Laws Program, Environmental Law Institute; Board Member, Oregon Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society

American Constitution Society Oregon Lawyer Chapter
CLE credit of 1.5 hours is pending.

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