Esenberg, Loyola, and Curtis will lead a discussion of Milwaukee area attorneys on goals, mission of recently launched Center
October 19, 2016 – Milwaukee, WI – Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty staff will lead a panel discussion tomorrow afternoon at the Milwaukee Athletic Club on WILL’s newest project, the Center for Competitive Federalism. WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg, WILL Senior Fellow and CCF Director Mario Loyola, and WILL Associate Counsel and Federalism Litigator Jake Curtis will present to Milwaukee area attorneys on the work that CCF has been doing, the project’s short and long-term goals, and the overall mission of the project.
Thu, October 20, 2016
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM CDT
The Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 North Broadway Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
In July, WILL announced the launch of the CCF at an event in Madison. The CCF engages in strategic litigation and public education to advance the “competitive” federalism established by the Constitution – a system in which the authority of both the states and federal government is carefully delineated and circumscribed and which is informed by the need to protect the liberty of persons and not the prerogatives of government.
The CCF is based at WILL in Milwaukee and the scope of its activities will be national. It seeks the best opportunities for meaningful litigation and will direct its educational efforts at think tanks and litigation centers throughout the country.
As the 2016 election winds down, many are or should be asking how new leadership in Washington will approach policy vis a vis state government and the challenges they face.
More information about the event is available here.