Executive Authority and the 2014 Senate Election

The Triangle Lawyers Chapter

Speaker:

  • Professor John S. Baker, Visiting Professor at Georgetown Law School; Professor Emeritus of Law at Louisiana State University

Speaker:

  • Professor John S. Baker, Visiting Professor at Georgetown Law School; Professor Emeritus of Law at Louisiana State University

    Please join the Triangle Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society for a conversation with Professor John Baker regarding the impact of the 2014 senate election on executive authority.

    Dr. Baker is a Visiting Professor at Georgetown Law Center and Visiting Fellow at Oriel College, the University of Oxford. He is Professor Emeritus of Law, and previously the Dale E. Bennett Professor of Law, at Louisiana State University Law School.  He was a Distinguished Scholar at the Catholic University of America Law School (2011-12). 

    He regularly argues in federal court, including twice in the U.S. Supreme Court. He teaches courses for the Federalist Society on separation of powers with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

Cost: Free for Federalist Society members / $10 for non-members.  

One hour of CLE credit has been applied for and can be purchased for $3.00.

Click here to register.

Any questions can be directed to TriangleFederalistSociety@gmail.com