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    May 26, 2016

    SCOTUS Expert Paul Clement, Political Analyst Amy Walter Headline State Bar Conference

    Madison, WI – Attorney Paul Clement, former U.S. Solicitor General and potential U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee, and Amy Walter, national political analyst and national editor of the Cook Political Report, are set to speak at the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Annual Meeting & Conference on Thursday, June 16 and Friday, June 17 in Green Bay.

    Clement will open the conference, providing audience members with a firsthand account of the decisions and judicial philosophies of “The Roberts Court.” And Walter will close the conference with tips on “Where to Turn When the Political Climate Heats Up.”  

    Katie StenzFor more information contact Katie Stenz, public relations coordinator, State Bar of Wisconsin. She can be reached at org kstenz wisbar wisbar kstenz org, or by phone at (608) 250-6025.

    To learn more about these events, visit

    Reporters who wish to cover either Clement or Walter’s speeches, or any other portion of the Annual Meeting & Conference, should contact Katie Stenz at (608) 250-6025 or

    Please note: Amy Walter’s coverage is limited to print only. No recording devices or photography will be permitted inside the event. However, please reach out to Katie if you’re interested in recording Paul Clement’s event. Prior to that, he was the Dane County District Attorney and a lawyer in private practice.

    Gov. Doyle is a graduate, cum laude, of Harvard Law School (J.D., 1972).


    Paul Clement, partner at Bancroft PLLC in Washington, D.C., and potential SCOTUS nominee

    Amy Walter, political analyst and national editor of the Cook Political Report


    Opening and closing plenary events of the State Bar’s Annual Meeting & Conference


    Opening Plenary (Paul Clement) begins at 8 a.m. on Thursday, June 16

    Closing Plenary (Amy Walter) begins at 12:15 p.m. on Friday, June 17


    KI Convention Center, 333 Main St, Green Bay, WI 54301

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