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NCLA Speaker Series

NCLA’s speaker series hosts dynamic panelists that address timely issues pertaining to the Administrative State and its threat to our civil liberties. These events are held at our Washington, DC headquarters and online.

A Full Court Press on the SEC Gag Rule

April 24, 2024

A Full Court Press on the SEC Gag Rule ×

Posted: April 24, 2024

When the SEC charges Americans, it issues inflammatory press releases setting out a litany of misdeeds and fraud. While these are just allegations, these alarming releases instantly destroy lives, reputations…
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Will SCOTUS Topple the Government's Censorship Industrial Complex?

March 19, 2024

Will SCOTUS Topple the Government's Censorship Industrial Complex? ×

Posted: March 19, 2024

In this Lunch and Law series, we discuss Murthy v. Missouri, NCLA's most recent Supreme Court case, about the government's use of social media companies to execute a massive censorship regime.…
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Garland v. Cargill: Will SCOTUS Stop Agencies from Legislating?

February 29, 2024

Garland v. Cargill: Will SCOTUS Stop Agencies from Legislating? ×

Posted: February 29, 2024

In this Lunch and Law series, we discuss the so-called "Bumpstock Ban" and the historic Supreme Court case, Garland v. Cargill, that will decide whether the ATF had the power…
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Can Relentless & Loper Bright Kill Unconstitutional Chevron Deference?

January 24, 2024

Can Relentless & Loper Bright Kill Unconstitutional Chevron Deference? ×

Posted: January 24, 2024

Chevron Deference purports to require Article III judges to violate their oath of impartiality by yielding to an administrative agency’s interpretation of the law. Basically, the judge is forced to…
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Can We Hold the SEC Accountable for Its Shenanigans?

December 6, 2023

Can We Hold the SEC Accountable for Its Shenanigans? ×

Posted: December 6, 2023

NCLA leads the fight against the Star Chamber that is the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), with our most recent Supreme Court victory in Cochran v. SEC being the crown…
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Thoughtcrimes Trump Tenure at Princeton: Professor Terminated for Expressing the Wrong Opinion

August 8, 2022

Thoughtcrimes Trump Tenure at Princeton: Professor Terminated for Expressing the Wrong Opinion ×

Posted: August 8, 2022

Professor Katz' troubles began when he had the temerity to express the wrong opinion: He criticized a campus group, the Black Justice League, in response to a list of racialist…
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Constitutional Scholar Suspended for Months over Tweet

June 29, 2022

Constitutional Scholar Suspended for Months over Tweet ×

Posted: June 29, 2022

NCLA’s President and General Counsel Mark Chenoweth chats with Ilya Shapiro, Senior Fellow and Director of Constitutional Studies at the Manhattan Institute. After 15 years at the Cato Institute, Shapiro…
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If MIT Won't Defend Science, Who Will?!

June 15, 2022

If MIT Won't Defend Science, Who Will?! ×

Posted: June 15, 2022

NCLA’s President and General Counsel Mark Chenoweth chats with Professor Dorian Abbot of the University of Chicago. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology invited Prof. Abbot to give a prestigious public…
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Et Tu, Stanford?! Top Epidemiologist Silenced for Following the Science

December 14, 2021

Et Tu, Stanford?! Top Epidemiologist Silenced for Following the Science ×

Posted: December 14, 2021

NCLA’s Executive Director and General Counsel, Mark Chenoweth, chats with Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor of medicine at Stanford University, research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and co-author…
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What’s the EEOC So Afraid Of?

June 25, 2021

What’s the EEOC So Afraid Of? ×

Posted: June 25, 2021

NCLA’s Executive Director and General Counsel, Mark Chenoweth, chats with Devon Westhill, President and General Counsel at Center for Equal Opportunity. Mr. Westhill was recently invited to testify before the…
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Protect Americans from the Administrative State!

Mark Chenoweth at FedSoc Fireside Chat with FTC Chair Lina Kahn

Swimming Against the Tide: Fighting Censorship and Compelled Speech in Women's Sports

Public Hearing on Student Loan Cancellation

Virtual Press Conference: Mexican Gulf Fishermen Victory and What It Means for SCOTUS

Navigating the Axon Decision: Understanding its Implications for Federal Agencies and Admin Law

SEC v. Cochran Virtual Press Conference: NCLA Victory at the U.S. Supreme Court

Courthouse Steps Oral Argument: Dept. of Ed. v. Brown & Biden v. Nebraska

Federalist Society 2022 Ohio Conference: Is the Administrative State a Threat to Individual Liberty?

The Federalist Society Luncheon Panel: Administrative State on the Brink?

"The Threat of the Administrative State" by Rich Samp

Debate on Vaccine Mandates Featuring NCLA's Jenin Younes, Prof. Larry Gostin, and Prof. David Hyman

Litigation Update: Brown v. Becerra

Perspectives on the Administrative State

Panel 3: Emerging State Interventions in Patent Settlements...

Will the FTC's Section 13(b) Disgorgement Powers Survive Supreme Court Review?

NCLA Presents Oral Arguments in Mass. SJC

Litigation Update: Desrosiers et al. v. Gov. Baker: A Conversation with NCLA’s Michael DeGrandis

Panel Discussion: The Maladministrative State

Should Chevron Doctrine be Overturned? A debate.

Philip Hamburger addresses NAPA Institute Principled Entrepreneurship Conference

A World Without Chevron, Federalist Society Article I Conference

Senator Tom Cotton brings decades-old Sec “Gag” Rule to light

Philip Hamburger, What is Regulation For? Panel sponsored by The Federalist Society

The Administrative State with Philip Hamburger

Philip Hamburger on Liberal Suppression

Should Chevron be Overturned?

Questions / Inquiries:

Clegg Ivey
Director of Engagement
Clegg.Ivey@ncla.legal