The names of these secret societies are whispered, not spoken. Conspiracy theories abound.
And now in Miami, the doors to another secret society are being pried (slightly) open.
Where else can you go to meet charter members of the Merrick Garland fan club? Where can you see Mr. Markus expound upon Madison's Federalist Papers 10 and 14 or hear earnest discussions about the committee notes to the federal sentencing guidelines?
Wanna hear a debate about Judge Hirsch's use of Guy de Maupassant in a ruling on a motion in limine?
There's only one place where all these wonderous things occur, and now it's open to you: John and Jane Q Public, Esq! We speak of course of the monthly meeting of the Miami Chapter of the FACDL (motto: Dues, dues, dues!).
On Wed, May 29, 2019, 6:10 PM Michelle E <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear membership,FACDL-Miami meetings are always open to our general membership, not just the Board of Directors. Below is the schedule of meetings and locations for the upcoming year.If you have any issues to be raised at a meeting, please notify me a week in advance so I can include it in the agenda.
Item: The elevators in the REGJB stink;
Item: Lattes while waiting in line at the attorneys window on 9- why can't they have caramel to drizzle on top?
Item: Placing court files on line for downloading- can anything be done before the Jenna Bush/Chelsea Clinton administration in 2028?
Item: How soon until wifi/2g service in the REGJB?
* Not really, but it's a cool idea.