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Scalia Speaks Events in Alabama, Pensacola, and Dallas

I have a busy week on the road discussing Scalia Speaks.

As it happens, I’ll be in Alabama tomorrow (Tuesday, December 12)—the day of the special Senate election between Roy Moore and Doug Jones—for a lunchtime event with the Birmingham lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society. (Time allowing, I hope to visit the civil-rights history museum in Birmingham.)

On Wednesday, I have a lunchtime event with the Federalist Society’s Montgomery lawyers chapter and an evening event in Pensacola with its Emerald Coast lawyers chapter.

Then on to Dallas on Thursday for an evening event co-sponsored by the Dallas and Fort Worth lawyers chapters of the Federalist Society.

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