Post-Dobbs Webinar Series
We will be hosting a live discussion on Monday, June 27th at 7:00 PM. We invite you to join our legal experts for a review of what the Dobbs decision does - and does not - say, and what that means for Ohio and the Country.
Join moderator, GCRTL ED Beth Vanderkooi with confirmed panelists: Catherine Glenn Foster, Larry Obhof, and Don Brey for this discussion for insights into the Dobbs decision.
Catherine Glenn Foster, M.A., J.D., serves as President & CEO of Americans United for Life, AUL’s legal strategists have been involved in every pro-life case before the U.S. Supreme Court since Roe v. Wade. AUL is the pioneer of the state-based model legislative strategy. Read Catherine's full biography here: https://aul.org/author/catherineglennfoster/
Larry Obhof is the former President of the Ohio Senate and a legal academic who focuses on complex litigation and appeals. He started his legal career as a clerk for Justice Alice Batchelder of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. He is generally acknowledged as leading the most life-affirming Senate in Ohio History.
Don Brey is a partner at Isaac Wiles with more than 40 years of experience in administrative law, ethics, campaign, and election law. His administration law and litigation practice has been wide and varies from business disputes, licensing matters and election contents to First Amendment and other constitutional disputes, extraordinary writ actions and Appellate and Supreme Court cases. Learn more about Don at: https://www.isaacwiles.com/attorney/donald-c-brey/
Through the summer we will have a whole series of "What's next" and educational opportunities that will include elected officials, religious leaders, pregnancy help organizations, and more.
We also invite you to join us for our conference, Into Life on Saturday, July 23.
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