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Tuesday, Sept. 7th, 4:00 p.m.: Federalist Society CUA Chapter Kick Off with Judge Douglas Ginsburg

Join us as we kick off the 2010-2011academic year and announce our plans for the semester along with special guest Judge Doug Ginsburg of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, along with an introduction from Dean Miles.

Thursday, September 23 3:30 p.m.: Snyder v. Phelps Supreme Court Moot at CUA Law

Come out to CUA's appellate courtroom as the Federalist Society hosts a moot court for Supreme Court oral advocate Sean Summers, representing the snyder military family in their First Amendment litigation against the Westboro Baptist Church! This promises to be one of the biggest cases of the term and several CUA Law professors are serving as judges. Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, September 28: Panel Discussion - Free Speech on College Campuses after CLS v. Martinez

Join us as members of the Alliance Defense Council, including Greg Baylor (one of the oral advocates for the Christian Legal Society), CUA Law Professors and other experts discuss how your rights to free association and speech are impacted on campus by the Supreme Court's recent discussion in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez

Tuesday, October 5 - Supreme Court Term Preview Panel!

Come out and hear Todd Gazaino of the Heritage Foundation, Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute, and Ed Whelan of National Review's "Bench Memos" (and former Justice Scalia law clerk) to preview the big cases the Supreme Court will hear this term. Panel moderated by CUA Law Dean Garvey.

Mid-October: Chapter visit with Justice Clarence Thomas at the U.S. Supreme Court!!

Saturday, November 20: CUA Law Alumni Event at the National Lawyers Convention!

Join Catholic Law Federalist Society alumni at a reception in your honor with The Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention! This is an excellent networking oppurtunity and a great way to make the most of the connections our school has to offer.

Look out for details for our end of the semester study break coming soon:

SPRING 2011:

Come back here for more details as we announce events with DC Circuit Judge Janice Rogers Brown, and the National Student Symposium!