Lunch & Law Speaker Series

Join the new civil liberties movement. Protect Americans from the Administrative State!

The NCLA Lunch and Law speaker series hosts dynamic panelists that address timely issues pertaining to the Administrative State and the cases brought about as a result of its threat to our civil liberties. These events are usually held monthly at NCLA’s Washington, DC headquarters, but due to COVID-19, we are hosting them online.

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What Missouri v. Biden Means for Free Speech

What Missouri v. Biden Means for Free Speech

  Join NCLA for a timely discussion of the dramatic July 4 injunction handed down by Judge Terry Doughty of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. The injunction comes in the case of Missouri v. Biden, a lawsuit brought by NCLA along with...

SCOTUS 2023 Term Review

SCOTUS 2023 Term Review

  Our panel discusses some of the decisions from what has turned out to be the most epic term since…well, last term! Hear from a variety of experts, including: NCLA President and General Counsel Mark Chenoweth; Senior Litigation Counsel Peggy Little, fresh off a...

The Surveillance State Suffers Defeat

The Surveillance State Suffers Defeat

  Just because you work in a regulated industry doesn't mean the government can watch you all the time. NCLA successfully challenged an unlawful and unconstitutional regulation by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), which required 24-hour GPS tracking...

Unforgivable Student Loan Forgiveness

Unforgivable Student Loan Forgiveness

  The President does not have the legal authority to forgive student loans on his own. Only Congress can enact laws authorizing debt-forgiveness programs. And only Congress has the power of the purse to pay for debt forgiveness. That is why NCLA has filed a...