Turley To Speak in New Orleans To Conference Of Appellate Lawyers

On Saturday,  I will address a conference at the Loews Hotel in New Orleans, speaking before the Association of American Appellate Lawyers.  I will be speaking with The Hon. Judge Jennifer Walker Elrod of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on “Trends on Civil Rights  in the Supreme Court of the United States in the 21st Century”. The event will be moderated by Barry W. Ashe, a partner at Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann LLC and a pending nominee for federal district court in the Eastern District.

The event will be held at at the Loews Hotel  from 10:30 am–Noon.

5 thoughts on “Turley To Speak in New Orleans To Conference Of Appellate Lawyers”

  1. CV Brown – I sent it early, hoping he was still on, but I did send him a personal note. 🙂 Hopefully, we will get Second Line pics. That would make my day. 🙂

  2. Trends in civil rights of this centrry:

    First, new lawyers from law school do not know nuthin bout birthin babies.
    Second, lawyers ten years out of school are few and far between who can try a case in court much less a jury trial.
    Third, few lawyers who can try cases in trial court can argue and win cases in appellate courts.
    Fourth, civil rights has few if any advocates in most jurisdictions.
    Fifth, Constitutional rights should be the first part of the discussion today in New Orleans and then gravitate to civil rights. Many civil rights are in the nature of employment discrimination which is mostly grounded on statutes.
    Sixth. Several Constitutional provisions get ignored. Taking The Ninth for example. What is that JT?
    The right of privacy gets ignored. It gets contorted with the right to remain silent. Speak your piece.

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