Friday, September 22, 2017

John Marshall: His Landmark Cases and Legacy

[We have the following announcement of the event, "John Marshall: His Landmark Cases and Legacy," which, as we have it from one of the sponsors,  is open to members of the public (who pay the registration fee).]

John Marshall Statue, DC (Highsmith/LC)
The John Marshall Foundation, the James Wilson Institute and The Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource) cordially invite you to attend John Marshall: His Landmark Cases and His Legacy, Monday, October 2nd, 1:30pm-5pm, DACOR Bacon House, 1801 F St. NW, Washington, DC
   
Panel Discussions:

Panel 1: John Marshall's Landmark Cases
1:30pm-3:00pm
Prof. David Forte, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Prof. Melvin Urofsky, American University
Prof. Hadley Arkes, James Wilson Institute (Moderator)

Panel 2: The Legacy of John Marshall on Our Jurisprudence Today
3:00pm-5:00pm
Prof. Kevin Walsh, University of Richmond Law School
Derek Webb, Sidley Austin LLP
Judge Richard J. Leon, District Court for the District of Columbia (Moderator)

Closing Reception
Drinks & Light Fare (5:00pm-6:30pm)

Co-Hosts: This program is co-sponsored with James Wilson Institute, the John Marshall Foundation, and The Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource).

RSVP: The cost of this program is $50/person. Please register here.
As space is limited, we will honor requests for attendance on a first-come basis and then form a waiting list.

CLE: We are in the process of securing CLE credit for lawyers attending from the Virginia Bar. The fee to obtain 2 CLE credit hours will be an additional $50. We will share credit card payment instructions once we have confirmed your request to attend, and any requests for CLE credit. We hope you'll be able to join us for what will be a unique and timely program. Please send any questions to info@consource.org.

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