Panel Discussion at Georgetown Law: Congress, the Executive Branch and the Trump Administration
January 11, 2017 —
Come Inauguration Day, Republicans will wield more federal power than either party has in years, yet their Congressional agenda isn’t a slam dunk. A panel of Congress and policy experts assess strategies and procedures both parties can employ to legislate priorities, roll back regulations and hold ground – and how successful they could be.
Victoria Nourse – Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center; former chief counsel to Vice President Joe Biden; former senior adviser to Biden while he served as Senate Judiciary Committee chairman
Tim Westmoreland – Professor from Practice, Georgetown Law; former director of the Medicaid program at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; former counsel to the House Subcommittee on Health and the Environment
David Super – Professor of Law, Georgetown Law; former general counsel for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Jeffrey Peck – Partner at Peck Madigan Jones, where he leads the financial services and capital markets practice; former general counsel and majority staff director of the Senate Judiciary Committee
Joshua Huder – Senior Fellow, Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University; former American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow
Tuesday, Jan. 17, 12:15 - 1:45 p.m.
202 McDonough Hall
Georgetown University Law Center
600 New Jersey Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
R.S.V.P. / Media Contact
Tanya.Weinberg@georgetown.edu, 202-662-9694 (o), 202-577-7827 (m)
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