The Supreme Court Institute at Georgetown Law Center is hosting a panel discussion of the oral argument in Sackett v. EPA on January 9, 2012 at 1:30 p.m., just a few hours following the actual oral argument in the Supreme Court, which takes place at 10:00 a.m. that morning. All are invited to attend this free event, which will be moderated by Georgetown Law Professor Lisa Heinzerling.
Panelists are PLF’s Damien M. Schiff, who is arguing the case; attorney Virginia S. Albrecht, a partner with Hunton & Williams in Washington, DC, who has many years of experience litigating wetlands cases and who represented several parties as amici in support of the Sacketts; Harvard Law Professor Richard J. Lazarus; and UC Davis Law Professor Richard M. Frank.
If you are in the Washington DC area and want to hear what promises to be an interesting and lively discussion of due process and the power of federal agencies, we welcome your attendance! This will be especially helpful for those of you who would like to attend the oral argument, but may not have the opportunity.