Federalist Society

The Federalist Society presents Otis Award to Attorney General John Ashcroft

The Courtroom

Former United States Senator and Attorney General John Ashcroft (class of 1967) will receive the 2011 Lee Liberman Otis Award for distinguished public service by an alumnus of The Law School. The award will be presented by Allyson Ho (class of 2000), a partner at Morgan Lewis and former Counsel to the Attorney General.

The Federalist Society presents Sherif Girgis: "What Is Marriage?"

Room D

Sherif Girgis will discuss the controversial paper he recently co-authored with Robert George and Ryan Anderson. With extended Q&A.

Panel on Academic Freedom feat. Richard Shweder and Adam Kissel

Richard Shweder is William Claude Reavis Distinguished Service Professor of Human Development at the University of Chicago. Adam Kissel, is Director, Individual Rights Defense Program at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

64:36 minutes (59.14 MB)

The Federalist Society presents Todd Gaziano (Heritage) presents "The New Black Panther Cover-up: What is the Justice Department Trying to Hide?"

Room IV, The Law School

On the day Obama was elected President, two members of the New Black Panther Party dressed in paramilitary uniforms with jack boots and berets stood within a few feet of the doors of a polling place in Philadelphia yelling racially-charged threats at poll watchers and potential voters.  One of them swung a billy

The Federalist Society Honors SG of Texas James C. Ho

Room I

The Federalist Society will honor Solicitor General of Texas, James C. Ho with the Lee Liberman Otis award, given to an alum of the Law School who best applies Federalist Society principles to his or her legal career. The award is named after one of the founders of the Federalist Society, and alum of the Law School, Lee Liberman Otis. Please join us in honoring Mr.

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