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.

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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