PLF’s Wen Fa speaks to the Conservative Republicans of San Joaquin County

Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking to the Conservative Republicans of San Joaquin County. I discussed PLF’s latest efforts to protect the First Amendment rights of voters nationwide, something you’ll hear much more about next week. The speech … Continue reading

PLF hosts discussion on occupational licensing reform in California

On April 20th, PLF will host an event on occupational licensing reform in California.  Author Dick Carpenter will talk about his book Bottleneckers, followed by a panel discussion featuring state Senator John Moorlach, and me. Bottleneckers describes the phenomenon whereby … Continue reading

Special event to explore the impact of the “originalism revolution”

Thirty years ago this month, then Attorney General Ed Meese gave a speech titled “The Law of the Constitution.” It was one of three he gave that ignited a “great debate” over legitimate and illegitimate methods of constitutional interpretation. From … Continue reading

PLF-NRI star-studded Supreme Court preview event this Friday on Capitol Hill

For the third year in a row, Pacific Legal Foundation is proud to be hosting a public program with the National Review Institute previewing the Supreme Court’s next term, which begins on Monday. Our program this year is Friday, September 30, at … Continue reading

Capitol Hill panel to focus on regulatory threats to economic opportunity

On June 28, The Heritage Foundation will host a panel on Capitol Hill titled “Reducing the Regulatory Obstacles in Agriculture.” While government has imposed many regulatory obstacles on individuals and business owners in virtually every industry, those that farmers face … Continue reading

Public event by Heritage and PLF on June 15 to explore the impact of the Hawkes decision

As my fellow Liberty Bloggers have joyously explained, the Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling for our clients in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co. will provide relief to millions of landowners whose property is subject to ever-expanding claims of … Continue reading

New Jersey doubles down on sports betting

This week, I participated in a Federalist Society teleconference call on the Third Circuit’s recent en banc arguments over New Jersey’s efforts to repeal its prohibitions against sports gambling. That call has since been released as a podcast and is available here. … Continue reading

PLF’s Shauneen Werlinger to participate in Hawkes discussion at Cato Institute on March 14

On Monday, March 14th, I will be participating in a discussion hosted by Cato Institute entitled “Do Landowners Have a Right to Challenge Federal Regulation of Their Property? A Preview of Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes on the Eve of Oral Argument.”  Professor … Continue reading