TODAY, March 6 – ASU FedSoc Alumni Reception – 5pm in 5th Floor Courtyard (free food and drinks)

TODAY, March 6 – ASU FedSoc Alumni Reception – 5pm in 5th Floor Courtyard (free food and drinks)

All dues-paying ASU FedSoc members (http://fedsoc.org/join) are invited to attend the inaugural ASU Federalist Society Alumni Reception TODAY, Friday, March 6th. The event will take place in the 5th floor Courtyard beginning with cocktail hour at 5pm. Dinner will be served at 6pm. This event will feature remarks from Arizona…

FRIDAY, March 6 – ASU FedSoc Alumni Reception – 5pm in 5th Floor Courtyard (free food and drinks)

FRIDAY, March 6 – ASU FedSoc Alumni Reception – 5pm in 5th Floor Courtyard (free food and drinks)

All dues-paying ASU FedSoc members (http://fedsoc.org/join) are invited to attend the inaugural ASU Federalist Society Alumni Reception on Friday, March 6th. The event will take place in the 5th floor Courtyard beginning with cocktail hour at 5pm. Dinner will be served at 6pm. This event will feature remarks from Arizona…

TODAY, Wednesday, March 4 in room 650 at lunch – Free Cafe Zupas – The Battle of Federalism

TODAY, Wednesday, March 4 in room 650 at lunch – Free Cafe Zupas – The Battle of Federalism

Please join ASU Federalist Society at lunch TODAY, Wednesday, March 4 in room 650 for a Federalism debate between world-renowned Con Law scholar Prof. Randy E. Barnett (Georgetown Law) and Prof. Justin Weinstein-Tull (ASU Law). As always, multiple viewpoints will be presented and there will be time for audience questions!…

Wednesday, March 4 in room 650 at lunch – Free Cafe Zupas – The Battle of Federalism

Wednesday, March 4 in room 650 at lunch – Free Cafe Zupas – The Battle of Federalism

Please join ASU Federalist Society at lunch on Wednesday, March 4 in room 650 for a Federalism debate between world-renowned Con Law scholar Prof. Randy E. Barnett (Georgetown Law) and Prof. Justin Weinstein-Tull (ASU Law). As always, multiple viewpoints will be presented and there will be time for audience questions!…

FRIDAY, March 6 – ASU FedSoc Alumni Reception – 5pm in 5th Floor Courtyard (free food and drinks)

FRIDAY, March 6 – ASU FedSoc Alumni Reception – 5pm in 5th Floor Courtyard (free food and drinks)

All dues-paying ASU FedSoc members (http://fedsoc.org/join) are invited to attend the inaugural ASU Federalist Society Alumni Reception on Friday, March 6th. The event will take place in the 5th floor Courtyard beginning with cocktail hour at 5pm. Dinner will be served at 6pm. This event will feature remarks from Arizona…

TODAY, February 6 in room 644 at lunch (free Potbelly) – ASU Federalist Society presents: Partisans or Patriots? Thinking Through the Trump Impeachment

TODAY, February 6 in room 644 at lunch (free Potbelly) – ASU Federalist Society presents: Partisans or Patriots? Thinking Through the Trump Impeachment

Please join ASU Federalist Society at lunch on Thursday, Feb. 6 in room 644 for an impeachment debate between Kory Langhofer (Trump campaign and transition team lawyer) and Professor Eckstein, moderated by Professor Weinstein. As always, multiple viewpoints will be presented and there will be time for audience questions! Potbelly…

THURSDAY, February 6 in room 644 at lunch (free sub sandwiches) – ASU Federalist Society presents: Partisans or Patriots? Thinking Through the Trump Impeachment

Please join ASU Federalist Society at lunch on Thursday, Feb. 6 in room 644 for an impeachment debate between Kory Langhofer (Trump campaign and transition team lawyer) and Professor Eckstein, moderated by Professor Weinstein. As always, multiple viewpoints will be presented and there will be time for audience questions! Sub…

TODAY, January 28 in room 442 at lunch (free Taco Boys burritos) – ASU Federalist Society and the Law and Science Student Association present: Can Climate Change the Constitution?

TODAY, January 28 in room 442 at lunch (free Taco Boys burritos) – ASU Federalist Society and the Law and Science Student Association present: Can Climate Change the Constitution?

Please join ASU FedSoc and ASU Law and Science Student Association at lunch TODAY, Jan. 28 in room 442 for a debate between Tony Francois and Professor Larson on various topics, mostly focusing on environmental issues and the administrative state. Professor Wurman will moderate. As always, multiple viewpoints will be…

TUESDAY, January 28 in room 442 at lunch (free Taco Boys burritos) – ASU Federalist Society and the Law and Science Student Association present: Can Climate Change the Constitution?

TUESDAY, January 28 in room 442 at lunch (free Taco Boys burritos) – ASU Federalist Society and the Law and Science Student Association present: Can Climate Change the Constitution?

Please join ASU FedSoc and ASU Law and Science Student Association at lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 28 in room 442 for a debate between Tony Francois and Professor Larson on various topics, mostly focusing on environmental issues and the administrative state. Professor Wurman will moderate. As always, multiple viewpoints will…

TODAY – Federalist Society (in conjunction with Career Services) Mock Interview Event this Thursday, January 16th!

TODAY – Federalist Society (in conjunction with Career Services) Mock Interview Event this Thursday, January 16th!

Do you want to network with some of Phoenix’s top legal professionals? Do you need some practice interviewing before Spring OCIs next week? Please join us at the Mock Interview Event hosted by The ASU Federalist Society and ASU SDOC Office of Career and Employment Services tonight, Thursday, January 16th from 6-8pm. You will have…

Federalist Society Mock Interviews this Thursday, January 16th!

Do you want to network with some of Phoenix’s top legal professionals? Do you need some practice interviewing before Spring OCIs next week? Please join us at the Mock Interview Event hosted by The ASU Federalist Society and ASU SDOC Office of Career and Employment Services on Thursday, January 16th from 6-8pm. You will have the…

TODAY! MONDAY 11/25 – Justice Ann Timmer moderates a debate between Jon Riches and Scot Claus on Arizona’s Gift Clause – TACO BELL served at 12pm in room 442

TODAY! MONDAY 11/25 – Justice Ann Timmer moderates a debate between Jon Riches and Scot Claus on Arizona’s Gift Clause – TACO BELL served at 12pm in room 442

TODAY, Monday, November 25 in room 442 at lunch, ASU’s Federalist Society is hosting a lunch debate between Jon Riches (Goldwater Institute) and Scot Claus (Dickinson Wright) on government subsidies/Arizona’s Gift Clause with the discussion revolving around the question, “Financial Incentives: Economic Development or Taxpayer Handouts?” Vice Chief Justice Ann…

MONDAY 11/25 – Justice Ann Timmer moderates a debate between Jon Riches and Scot Claus on Arizona’s Gift Clause – TACO BELL served at 12pm in room 442

MONDAY 11/25 – Justice Ann Timmer moderates a debate between Jon Riches and Scot Claus on Arizona’s Gift Clause – TACO BELL served at 12pm in room 442

This Monday, November 25 in room 442 at lunch, ASU’s Federalist Society is hosting a lunch debate between Jon Riches (Goldwater Institute) and Scot Claus (Dickinson Wright) on government subsidies/Arizona’s Gift Clause with the discussion revolving around the question, “Financial Incentives: Economic Development or Taxpayer Handouts?” Vice Chief Justice Ann…

MONDAY 11/25 – Justice Ann Timmer moderates a debate between Jon Riches and Scot Claus on Arizona’s Gift Clause – TACO BELL served at 12pm in room 442

This Monday, November 25 in room 442 at lunch, ASU’s Federalist Society is hosting a lunch debate between Jon Riches (Goldwater Institute) and Scot Claus (Dickinson Wright) on the Gift Clause/government subsidies with the discussion revolving around the question, “Financial Incentives: Economic Development or Taxpayer Handouts?” Vice Chief Justice Ann…

TODAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

TODAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

Join the Federalist Society TODAY at lunch in room 650 fur this koalaty event: Find your bearings at this outlining session focusing on how to 1) study for finals and 2) take finals. Nick Walter (3L) will be Skyping in from ASU in Washington, D.C. and will go over rules…

TUESDAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

TUESDAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – FREE FOOD – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

Join the Federalist Society fur this koalaty event: Find your bearings at this outlining session focusing on how to 1) study for finals and 2) take finals. Nick Walter (3L) will be Skyping in from ASU in Washington, D.C. and will go over rules and outlining strategies, focusing on unbearably…

TUESDAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

TUESDAY, November 12 at lunch in Room 650 – Outlining, Exam Prep, and Journal/Brief Writing Tips and Tricks

Join the Federalist Society fur this koalaty event: Find your bearings at this outlining session focusing on how to 1) study for finals and 2) take finals. Nick Walter (3L) will be Skyping in from ASU in Washington, D.C. and will go over rules and outlining strategies, focusing on unbearably…

TODAY – Tuesday, October 22 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Religious Beliefs in Public Service

TODAY – Tuesday, October 22 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Religious Beliefs in Public Service

Everyone is welcome to join ASU’s Federalist Society and Christian Legal Society at lunch in room 442 TODAY, Tuesday, October 22 for a discussion between Arizona Supreme Court Justice Bill Montgomery and former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods regarding religious beliefs in public service! Chick-fil-A will be served!

TOMORROW – Tuesday, October 22 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Religious Beliefs in Public Service

TOMORROW – Tuesday, October 22 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Religious Beliefs in Public Service

Everyone is welcome to join the Federalist Society at lunch in room 442 TOMORROW, Tuesday, October 22 for a discussion between Arizona Supreme Court Justice Bill Montgomery and former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods regarding religious beliefs in public service! Chick-fil-A will be served!

TODAY – Thursday, October 10 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Abortion and Compelled Speech: Was NIFLA v. Becerra Rightly Decided?

TODAY – Thursday, October 10 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Abortion and Compelled Speech: Was NIFLA v. Becerra Rightly Decided?

Everyone is welcome to join the Federalist Society at lunch in room 442 TODAY, Thursday, October 10 for a discussion between Mark Miller from Americans United for Life and Professor James Weinstein regarding the current status of First Amendment litigation in the context of abortion referrals by crisis pregnancy centers after…

Tomorrow, Thursday, October 10 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Abortion and Compelled Speech: Was NIFLA v. Becerra Rightly Decided?

Tomorrow, Thursday, October 10 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Abortion and Compelled Speech: Was NIFLA v. Becerra Rightly Decided?

Everyone is welcome to join the Federalist Society in room 442 on Thursday, October 10 for a lunch discussion between Mark Miller from Americans United for Life and Professor James Weinstein regarding the current status of First Amendment litigation in the context of abortion referrals by crisis pregnancy centers after the…

TODAY – Tuesday, October 8 at lunch in the Great Hall – “They Say It Can’t Be Done” Film Screening w/ free Wendy’s!!

TODAY – Tuesday, October 8 at lunch in the Great Hall – “They Say It Can’t Be Done” Film Screening w/ free Wendy’s!!

They Say It Can’t Be Done is a documentary that explores how innovation (ASU #1) can solve some of the world’s largest problems. The film tracks four companies on the brink of disruptive innovation with technologies that can: Heal the seas Solve hunger Eliminate organ wait lists Reduce atmospheric carbon…

Thursday, October 10 in Room 442 w/ free Chick-fil-A – Abortion and Free Speech: Crisis Pregnancy Centers and Compelled Speech

Everyone is welcome to join the Federalist Society on Thursday, October 10 for a discussion between Mark Miller from Americans United for Life and Professor James Weinstein regarding the current status of First Amendment litigation in the context of abortion referrals by crisis pregnancy centers after the 2018 decision in NIFLA…

TOMORROW, Tuesday, October 8 at lunch in the Great Hall – “They Say It Can’t Be Done” Film Screening w/ free food

TOMORROW, Tuesday, October 8 at lunch in the Great Hall – “They Say It Can’t Be Done” Film Screening w/ free food

They Say It Can’t Be Done is a documentary that explores how innovation (ASU #1) can solve some of the world’s largest problems. The film tracks four companies on the brink of disruptive innovation with technologies that can: Heal the seas Solve hunger Eliminate organ wait lists Reduce atmospheric carbon…