Judicial Activism debate luncheon – Tuesday, May 8

The Federalist Society Phoenix Lawyers Chapter invites you to join us in considering:

Judicial Activism (or Engagement) versus Judicial Deference

Tuesday, May 8, 11am-1pm

1.5 Hours of Arizona CLE Credit Available

Our panel members will discuss the proper role of the judiciary, and the proposition that: “Without judicially recognized constitutional constraints, perverse incentives lead inexorably to expansion of government power and the yielding of individual rights.” Chip Mellor, President and General Counsel, Institute for Justice.

Location:
Phoenix School of Law (Central Ave. and Indian School Rd.; www.phoenixlaw.org/map_directions.aspx)
Detailed map and directions available

Panel Members:

    • Clint Bolick, Author, David’s Hammer: The Case for an Activist Judiciary and Goldwater Institute Senior Fellow
    • Paul Eckstein, Partner Perkins Coie Brown & Bain
    • Prof. Robert Nagel, University of Colorado
    • Clark Neily, Senior Attorney Institute for Justice
    • The Honorable Andrew Hurwitz, Arizona Supreme Court Justice (Moderator)

    Registration details:
    $5 for lunch; additional $10 for 1.5 hours CLE credit. Registration and lunch are available from 11-11:30am, the program will begin promptly at 11:30.

    Please RSVP to Jennifer Perkins at jperkins@ij.org or 480-557-8300 no later than Friday, May 4, 2007 and specify whether you want CLE credit


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