Prof. Teresa Collett on "Is the Call for Civil Speech Just Code for Chilling Speech?"

 When: Wednesday, February 9. 11:30am (Registration); 12:00am (Lunch)
Where: Oliver Cafe at The Sports Club LA/OC, 1980 Main St. (just off MacArthur), Irvine, 92614 (949) 975-8400 

Delicious Buffet Luncheon Menu
Paillard of chicken - herb-marinated chicken breast, chardonnay garlic rosemary sauce
Filet mignon tips  + pasta - portobello mushroom, roast garlic, rosemary glaze, extra virgin olive oil parmesan cheese

Parking: Please park in the parking structure next to the Sports Club and bring ticket to lunch for validation.  Click here for directions.

Cost: $35 for buffet luncheon and 1 hour MCLE credit. The Federalist Society is a California Sate Bar approved provider of MCLE. 

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Professor Teresa Collett of the University of St. Thomas School of Law was a candidate for Minnesota's 4th Congressional District in the last national election. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute, and has testified before committees of the United States Senate and House of Representatives, as well as before legislative committees in several states. She has served as special Attorney General for the States of Oklahoma and Kansas , as well as assisting other state Attorneys General in defending laws protecting human life and marriage. Prior to joining St. Thomas in 2003, Professor Collett taught at the South Texas College of Law where she established the nation's first annual symposium on legal ethics. Most recently she represented Congressman Ron Paul and various medical groups in the defense of the federal ban of partial-birth abortion, and the Governors of Minnesota and North Dakota defending the N.H. requirement of state parental involvement prior to performance of an abortion on a minor before the United States Supreme Court. She is often asked to represent the interests of government officials before federal appellate courts. Prof. Collett has published numerous legal articles and is the co-author of a law casebook on professional responsibility and co-editor of a collection of essays exploring "Catholic" perspectives on American law.

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