October 12, 2010

Panel discussion about the future of the California Supreme Court on October 18 in San Francisco

The San Francisco Federalist Society will sponsor a panel discussion on October 18 entitled “The Future of the California Supreme Court: How Will It Shape California’s Economy and Society?” The panelists will include former Third District Court of Appeal justice Daniel Kolkey, Chief Assistant Attorney General Dane Gillette and Horvitz & Levy’s own Jeremy Rosen. The program will discuss the defining characteristics of the California Supreme Court during the tenure of Chief Justice Ronald M. George, and possible changes flowing from the Chief’s retirement.

Visit the San Francisco Federalist Society website for registration information and further details.

UPDATE: In case you can’t make it to the Federalist Society’s October 18 discussion in San Francisco, the Los Angeles Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society will be presenting a similar program entitled “The Future of the California Judiciary: The Potential Effects of a New Justice and a New Governor.” The program will be held on October 26 at McCormick & Schmick’s, the fish place in downtown L.A. The speakers will include former Court of Appeal justice Daniel Kolkey, now of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Lisa Jaskol, Directing Attorney of Public Counsel’s Appellate Law Program, and Horvitz & Levy partner Jeremy Rosen. Paul Watford of Munger, Tolles & Olson will serve as moderator.

You can view the Society’s White Paper on the future of the Court here. Mr. Rosen will also be discussing the White Paper at this Federalist Society event in Irvine on October 21.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in the White Paper do not necessarily represent the views of Horvitz & Levy LLP.

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