Maryland Bicentennial Symposium and Celebration of McCulloch v. Maryland

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Co-sponsors and supported by:

(1) The Maryland State Bar Association-Litigation Section (MSBA)

(2) Federal Bar Association of Maryland (FBA-MD)

(3) American College of Trial Lawyers-Maryland (ACTL-MD)

(4) the non-profit The Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource)

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

(1) Chief Judge Roger Gregory, Court of Appeals of the Fourth Circuit

(2) Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera, Court of Appeals of Maryland

(3) Neal Katyal, of Hogan Lovells, and Acting Solicitor General for President Barack Obama

McCulloch began with humble beginnings in 1818 as a civil suit filed in the Circuit Court in Baltimore, which led to the Supreme Court’s opinion in McCulloch v. Maryland, 17 U.S. (4 Wheat) 316 (1819) by Chief Justice John Marshall. 200 years is an appropriate benchmark to celebrate, discuss, and recognize the historic and ongoing importance of McCulloch v. Maryland.

The program will include roundtable seated arrangements for both discussion and dinner

Location

Westminster Hall, University of Maryland, 519 West Fayette Street, Baltimore

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When
Apr 25, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location
Westminster Hall, University of Maryland, 519 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
Format
In-Person

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Maryland Bicentennial Symposium and Celebration of McCulloch v. Maryland