Monday, May 2, 2011

Richard Esenberg 'By Any Means Necessary: Law as Politics By Other Means' May 4, 2011

Richard Esenberg will speak on "By Any Means Necessary: Law as Politics By Other Means", A Reflection on the Wisconsin Supreme Court Race, at a Noon luncheon Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at the Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 North Broadway, presented by the Milwaukee Lawyer's Chapter.

Mr. Esenberg is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Marquette University Law School, President of the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, and publishes the Shark and Shepherd weblog. He has been a and frequent author and presenter for the national Federalist Society, and was a panel member at our chapter's March 11, 2008 event and the featured speaker at our March 26, 2007 event.

Reservations may be made by printing and mailing this form with $20.00 ($15 for students,
teachers, judges and clergy) to: Federalist Society, c/o Daniel Kelly, Suite 1700, 1000 North
Water Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202, for receipt on or before April 29, 2011. Reservations may also be made by email. There will be a $25.00 charge at the door for those without reservations. Seating is limited. Refunds cannot be given to those who choose not to attend.