The 31st annual Wisconsin Town Lawyers Conference will be presented on Friday, April 30, 2010, by the University of Wisconsin Law School and the Wisconsin Towns Association. The conference will be presented in Madison and will be simultaneously broadcast to five remote audio locations: Green Bay, Hayward, Milwaukee, Rhinelander, and Wausau. The Madison location is the Radisson Hotel, conveniently located off Madison's west Beltline Highway. Parking at the Radisson is free.
Conference Topics: This year's topics were selected to address issues of immediate importance to lawyers and officials representing Wisconsin towns. The 2010 conference features:
Constitutional Issues Arising from Guns, Religion, and Adult Entertainment: New Cases and Constitutional Litigation Involving:
Speakers: Raymond Pollen & Remzy Bitar
- Second and Fourth Amendments and Persons Exercising Their Right to Openly Carry Firearms
Fee: The program fee for town lawyers is $159.00 A special fee of $50.00 is available for nonlawyer town officers and officials.
Information: For more program information, please call Scott Minter, UW Law School, at 800-355-5573 or 608-262-3833, or visit the Law School's website: http://www.law.wisc.edu/clew/
HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE 2010 TOWN LAWYERS CONFERENCE:
To request a registration form, please call the UW Law School at 800-355-5573
To register by phone using a credit card, please call 800-355-5573
To register online or to print a registration form, visit the Law School's web site at: http://www.law.wisc.edu/clew/index.htm
As an official representing a Wisconsin town, I will attend the Madison or Green Bay location. I hope to see other like-minded folks.
Please do not abuse my possible indiscretion in posting this notice.