Law & the Courts

Scheduled Events (Updated)

I have a busy schedule of engagements this winter and spring. Most relate to Scalia Speaks (the highly acclaimed, and New York Times bestselling, collection of Justice Scalia’s speeches that I’ve co-edited).

I’m posting my current schedule here for two reasons: first, to answer the many inquiries I’m receiving about upcoming Scalia Speaks events; and second, in case you’re interested in arranging an event with me on Scalia Speaks, judicial nominations, or any other topic, to invite you to explore working that into my existing out-of-town trips. I note in particular that I have a new trip to the Bay Area in mid-March that still has some openings.

2/2 Charlotte/Federalist Society (Scalia Speaks and judicial nominations)

2/2 Belmont Abbey College

2/5 Capitol Hill Federalist Society (judicial nominations)

2/6 GW law school

2/7 Villanova/Federalist Society

2/7 National Constitution Center, Philadelphia

2/13 Legatus Orange County

2/14 Los Angeles/Federalist Society

2/15 Orange County/Federalist Society

2/16 San Diego/Federalist Society

2/20 Atlanta/Federalist Society

3/7 University of Dallas

3/8 SMU/Federalist Society

3/10 Federalist Society student symposium, Georgetown (booksigning only)

3/13 San Francisco/Federalist Society (judicial nominations/evening)

3/14 San Francisco (private event/noon)

3/20 Vanderbilt/Federalist Society

3/20 Nashville/Federalist Society

3/21 Houston/Federalist Society

3/21 Houston/St. Thomas More Society

3/22 South Texas College of Law/Federalist Society

3/28 Cincinnati/Federalist Society

3/29 Columbus/Federalist Society

4/5 Akron/Federalist Society

4/5 Case Western/Federalist Society

4/13 Baton Rouge/Federalist Society (judicial nominations)

4/14 New Orleans (American Academy of Appellate Lawyers – judicial nominations)

4/24 Kansas City/Federalist Society

4/25 University of Missouri/Federalist Society

4/26 St. Louis/Federalist Society

5/4 Supreme Court Historical Society

6/7 Denver/Federalist Society

6/7 Colorado Springs/Mountain States Legal Foundation

 

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