Please join the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers and the American Constitution Society Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter for an informative discussion on Judge Jackson’s historic confirmation hearings to the United States Supreme Court and what her future on the Court may entail. This event will occur over Zoom on Thursday, April 21, 2022, from 12:00-1:00 p.m. CT and features: Moderator:Angi Porter, former Vice President, Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers; Adjunct Professor of Law and Research Fellow, Georgetown University Law Center Panelists:Hon. Michael J. Davis, Senior Judge, United States District Court for the District of MinnesotaAlberder Gillespie, Interim Director, Minneapolis Department of Civil RightsPhilippa “Pippa” Scarlett, Head of Global Government Affairs, RELX; Clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. BreyerThe event will also include a pre-recorded statement from Senator Amy Klobuchar on the importance of Judge Jackson’s nomination and confirmation to the Supreme Court. If you require any accommodations, please contact us at LCemails@acslaw.org.Read More
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