PG-15: FedSoc Study Break

30 Minutes. Your Questions. Their Answers.



30 Minutes. Your Questions. Their Answers.

For the final 7 weeks of the Fall semester, on Tuesday nights at 8:00 p.m. ET (starting November 1st), the Student Division will host a half-hour open-line Q&A with a Practice Group legal expert on Zoom called “PG-15: FEDSOC STUDY BREAK,” co-hosted by both a rotating Practice Group and Student Chapter.

November Study Breaks

November 1st: The Federalist Society's Separation of Powers Practice Group & University of Miami School of Law Chapter Present My Experience as a State Solicitor General & West Virginia v. EPA

November 8th: The Federalist Society's Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group & Baylor Law School Chapter Present The Future of American Democracy: Merrill v. Milligan & Moore v. Harper

November 15th: The Federalist Society's Religious Liberties Practice Group & Albany Law School Chapter Present Religious Liberty on Campus and Beyond: Reflections on Law and Practice

November 22nd: The Federalist Society's Telecommunications & Electronic Media Practice Group & University of Michigan Law School Chapter Present Communications Law: Internet for All?

November 29th: The Federalist Society's Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group & Cornell Law School Chapter Present Criminal Investigations & Prosecutions: From Federal to Private Practice.

December Study Breaks

December 6th: The Federalist Society's Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group & Northwestern Law Chapter Present Climate Change Litigation for Kids: Juliana v. United States

December 13th: The Federalist Society's Administrative Law & Regulation Practice Group & Boston College Law School Chapter Present Bureaucratic Police: The Power of Administrative Investigators

March Study Breaks

March 14th: The Federalist Society's Labor & Employment Law Practice Group, Student Division & Duke Law School Chapter present Labor Employment & Regs Oh My!

March 21st: The Federalist Society's Corporations, Securities & Antitrust Practice Group, Student Division & Texas A&M University School of Law Chapter present Career Pathways to Antitrust Enforcement

March 28th: The Federalist Society's Civil Rights Practice Group, Student Division & University of Michigan Law School Chapter present Race Preferences Go to the Supreme Court

April Study Breaks

April 4th: The Federalist Society’s International & National Security Law Practice Group, Student Division & SMU Dedman School of Law Chapter present Authorizing War: When Politics & National Security Intersect to Make Hard Choices Even Harder

April 11th: The Federalist Society’s Litigation Practice Group, Student Division & UNC School of Law Chapter present Reflections on 30 Years of Trial and Appellate Litigation

April 18th: The Federalist Society’s Financial Services & E-Commerce Practice Group, Student Division & University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School Chapter present Cryptocurrency From All Angles

April 25th: The Federalist Society’s Professional Responsibility & Legal Education Practice Group, Student Division & The University of Iowa College of Law Chapter present The Duty to Represent the Unpopular Client

May Study Breaks

May 2nd: The Federalist Society’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, Student Division & Berkeley Law Chapter present Amici Speak: The Importance of Amicus Briefs in IP Law