The Law and Public Policy Program (LPP), established at Catholic University School of Law in 1984, is for students interested in careers in the public policy arena. The LPP sponsors this lecture series, which offers LPP students the opportunity to engage in discussion of important public policy topics, meet policy makers, and learn about career pathways from lawyers engaged in public policy work.

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Submissions from 2017

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Transition-Related Issues in the Trump Administration, Philip D. Brady and Marshall J. Breger

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Tax Reform and the Legislative Process, Harold Hancock and Alexander Reid

Submissions from 2016

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The Minimum Wage Debate, Dean Baker and Michael Strain

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An Insider’s View of the Legislative Process: The Role of Legislation Counsel, Henry Cristup and Mark McGunagle

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The Meaning of "One Person-One Vote" Evenwel v. Abbott in the Supreme Court, Mark Gaber, Ilya Shapiro, and Chris Rickard

Submissions from 2013

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Senator Jeff Chiesa Address, Jeff Chiesa

Submissions from 2012

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Post-Election Analysis: Where Do We Go From Here?, Lawrence J. Halloran and John A. Durkalski