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Robert Levy, Senior Fellow Constitutional Studies Cato Institute in Phoenix April 16th

Written by Subject: Gun Rights
Bob Levy, who personally developed and funded the D.C. v. Heller case, will be in Phoenix for a Federalist Society debate on the issue. Since competent opposition could not be found, I will play the foil. If you have questions you'd like asked, send them to me.
Seating is limited, and I'll be sending this notice to my AZ list, so expect a sell-out crowd. You're getting this in advance as a close friend (I use the term loosely), so you can RSVP ASAP and get in.
The Supreme Court Sets Its Sights on the Second Amendment:
District of Columbia v. Heller
When:            Wednesday, April 16, 2008, 11:30am-1pm
Registration and Buffet will open at 11am, the program will begin promptly at 11:30am
Up to 1.5 hours Arizona CLE credit may be available
Where:           Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Midtown, 4000 North Central (at Indian School) 
Who:              Robert Levy, Senior Fellow Constitutional Studies Cato Institute
                  Alan Korwin, Bloomfield Press

Details:          $5 registration fee, includes hot buffet lunch
                        $5 additional fee for CLE credit and materials

RSVP to Kasey Higgins ( or 480-558-8300)
The registration deadline is Friday, April 11; your courtesy in contacting Ms. Higgins before April 11 is greatly appreciated.
Jennifer M. Perkins, President
Federalist Society Phoenix Lawyers Chapter
Thursday April 17, 2008
5:30-7:00 p.m.

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Phoenix, AZ.

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