The Federalist Society of Mississippi
Presents a Luncheon Panel Discussion Entitled
The U.S. Senate Minority’s Role in Judicial Confirmations
Partner & Chair, Appellate Practice Group, Balch & Bingham, Birmingham, AL; former Nominations & Constitutional Law Counsel for then Chairman Orrin Hatch, U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee; former law clerk to Judge Grady Jolly, 5th Cir. Ct. Appeals
Partner, Wheeler & Franks, Tupelo, MS; Chairman, MS Democratic Party; former State Representative, MS Legislature
Senior Counsel, Baker Donelson; former Judge, 5th Cir. Ct. Appeals & U.S. District Court; former Chairman, MS GOP; former State Senator, MS Legislature; author, Supreme Chaos: The Politics of Judicial Confirmation & the Culture War
Partner & Appellate Lawyer, Phelps Dunbar; former law clerk to Justice Harry Blackmun, U.S. Supreme Court
Thursday, March 5, 2009
12:00 P.M. – 1:15 P.M.
The University Club
210 East Capitol Street, 22nd Floor
$20.00 per lunch
To RSVP, contact Gina Barnes at 601-965-8137.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Pickering at Mississippi Federalist Society Luncheon
Charles Pickering, Sr. will join other panelists this Thursday at The Federalist Society of Mississippi's luncheon to discuss "The U.S. Senate Minority's Role in Judicial Confirmations." Details are below.