Trick or Treat: What Will the Election Mean for the Federal Judiciary?
ScheduleOctober 31, 2016 12:00 - 1:30 PM
88 East Broad Street, 11th Floor Conference Room
Columbus, OH, 43215
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Buckeye's President and CEO Robert Alt will give a scary Halloween seminar entitled: "Trick or Treat: What Will the Election Mean for the Federal Judiciary?"
Alt is a nationally recognized scholar with expertise in legal policy including criminal justice, national security, and constitutional law, and a frequent speaker at dozens of universities and law schools across the country. His writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, New York Post, U.S. News & World Report, The San Diego Union-Tribune, and SCOTUSblog.
When: Buckeye's lunchtime seminars begin promptly at noon and end by 1:30 at the latest (and often earlier).
Where: The Buckeye Institute's conference room on the 11th floor of the Key Bank building located on the corner of East Broad Street and 3rd at 88 East Broad Street in Columbus, directly across from Statehouse/Capitol building. If you need help finding parking downtown, click here.
Background: The Buckeye Institute's policy experts and leadership team regularly share their expert insight and wisdom with Buckeye's staff and interns over lunch. Last fall, we decided to try something experimental.
We began offering our supporters the opportunity to attend these formerly staff-and-interns-only lunchtime seminars. We just asked that you let us know you're coming, bring your own lunch, and show up on time so as not to interrupt the speaker.