Public speaking highlights
Walter Olson
1998-DATE:

Hearings and testimony: U.S. House of Representatives; U.S. Civil Rights Commission; Michigan House of Representatives.

Law, academic & related: American Bar Association (annual convention); Association of Trial Lawyers of America (annual convention); New Zealand Law Society (keynote speaker, annual employment law conference); Cincinnati Bar Association; Manhattan Institute; Proskauer, Rose, Goetz & Mendelsohn (Distinguished Lecturer series); Phelps Dunbar; Littler Mendelson; Seyfarth, Shaw, Fayerweather & Gunderson (client conferences); American Corporate Counsel Association (San Diego chapter); Rutter Group conference for California judges; University of Kansas Law & Organizational Economics Center (conference for state judges); Fordham Law School; Temple U. School of Law; U. of Southern Mississippi; Federalist Society national convention; Federalist Society lawyers' chapters: Philadelphia, New Orleans, Detroit, Houston, St. Louis, Kansas City, San Diego, Oklahoma City, Hartford, Austin, Milwaukee, Montgomery, Birmingham; Federalist Society law school chapters: Texas, Univ. of Houston, Baylor, Chapel Hill, Seton Hall, Quinnipiac, University of Illinois, Touro Law School.

Business and community: U.S. Chamber of Commerce; National Association of Manufacturers; Texas Association of Business; American Legislative Exchange Council; Texas Public Policy Foundation; Alliance of American Insurers; Professional Liability Underwriting Society; American Association of Physician Specialists; Detroit Renaissance; American Swiss Association; Center for Market Processes (retreat for Congressional staff); Society for Human Resource Management Texas chapter; Koch Industries employees and managers; New York Young Republicans, Gramercy Park Republican Club, Women's National Republican Club.

PUBLIC SPEAKING THROUGH 1997 included the National Press Club ("Newsmakers' Breakfast"), American Bar Association, New York State Medical Society, Defense Research Institute, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, American Corporate Counsel Association, American Legislative Exchange Council, American Tort Reform Association, Manhattan Institute, Cato Institute, Independent Women's Forum, American Enterprise Institute, Texas Public Policy Foundation, many chapters of the Federalist Society, and the client conferences of such law firms as Jackson Lewis and Wimberly & Lawson; and testimony before the House and Senate.

LAW-SCHOOL AND OTHER ACADEMIC audiences through 1997 included Yale, Harvard, Chicago, Virginia, Duke, Columbia, NYU, University of Southern California, Chapel Hill, Rutgers, Washington and Lee, Chicago-Kent, Emory, American, Quinnipiac, William Mitchell, Buffalo, John Marshall, Creighton, Touro, U. of Maine, Wake Forest, U. of Toledo, Nebraska, the University of South Carolina, Wisconsin, and others.

EDITORIAL BOARD meetings have included The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Detroit News, Reader's Digest, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Recorder and numerous others.


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