Friday, February 10, 2012

John Baker "Overcriminalization in Federal Law" February 23, 2012

Prof. John S. Baker, Jr. will speak on "Overcriminalization in Federal Law" February 23, 2012 at a Noon luncheon at the Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 North Broadway, presented by the Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter. Prof. Baker is Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Catholic University of America School of Law and Professor Emeritus at Louisiana State University School of Law.

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 February 17, 2012. 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 reserve but not to attend.

With Justice Antonin Scalia, Prof. Baker has presented the Separation of Powers CLE Course for the Society's Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group. The national Federalist Society website includes this brief biography with links to numerous articles and presentations by him. He also was the featured speaker at our chapter's March 24, 2010 event.