Dellinger Gives Series of LecturesOctober 1-3, 2009
O'Melveny partner and Appellate practice chair Walter Dellinger recently gave the Keynote Address to the International Association of Law Professors. His September 11 address at American University Law School, entitled, "The Essence of American Constitutionalism" was to law school deans and professors from 33 countries around the world. On September 15, Dellinger addressed a dinner of the Los Angeles Business Lawyers Association at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
On October 1, Dellinger will address the United States Court of Appeals and the United States District Court Judges of the Seventh Circuit at a federal judges workshop in Springfield, Illinois.
On Oct. 2-3, Dellinger will speak at William & Mary Law School's annual Supreme Court Preview Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia. On Friday night, Dellinger will moderate a discussion of the Supreme Court in 2020 with former united States Court of Appeals Judge Michael McConnell, former Solicitor General Paul Clement, and Law School Dean Erwin Chemerinsky. On Saturday, Dellinger will discuss Race and the Roberts Court. For the final event of the weekend, Dellinger will engage in a public conversation with former Supreme Court Justice Sandra O'Connor and Judge Jeff Sutton of the US Court of Appeals, moderated by Joan Biskupic of USA Today.
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