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Check out what we have in store for next week. All students are of course welcome as are any residents in or near the Rochester area.  (I will repost this several times in the coming days, I apologize for that).

Liberty Week Speaker Series


"Litigating for Liberty"

Sunday March 25, 2012 7PM-8:30PM

University of Rochester, Goergen 101

Robert McNamara, Attorney
Institute for Justice

Currently, McNamara is lead counsel representing a group of Philadelphia tour guides challenging a law that would make it illegal for them to give tours without first obtaining a special license from the city government, literally making it illegal for them to talk about the Liberty Bell for compensation. His practice has also included representing Bill Brody, a Westchester County, NY, property owner who is fighting against his state's outrageously unfair eminent domain procedures and a group of Colorado homeowners in their fight to be able to speak freely about politics without subjecting themselves to the threat of lawsuits from their political opponents.

Sponsored by the AHI Rochester and the University of Rochester College Democrats



"Crony Capitalism and U.S. Energy Policy"

Wednesday March 28, 2012 7PM-9PM

University of Rochester, Lander Auditorium (Hutchinson 140)

Robert Bradley, PhD

Institute for Energy Research

Bradley is the CEO and founder of the Institute for Energy Research. As one of the nation's leading experts on the history and regulation of energy markets, he has testified before the U.S. Congress and the California Energy Commission, as well as lectured at numerous colleges, universities, and think tanks around the country. Bradley has applied the classical liberal worldview to recent corporate controversies and energy policy debates.

Sponsored by the AHI Rochester and the University of Rochester College Republicans



"Private Management of the Public Parks"

Thursday March 29, 2012 7PM-9PM

Staybridge Suites

Warren Meyer, MBA

Recreation Resource Management

Meyer is currently in the bussiness of managing his own private recreational facilities on government lands. His experiences give him a unique insight into the relationship between the private and public sectors.He worked for nearly 20 years at a range of companies including Exxon (engineer), McKinsey & Co (management consultant), Emerson Electric (marketing), Honeywell (marketing), and at a series of Internet companies of varying levels of success such as Mercata and Whitepages.com (general manager).

Sponsored by the AHI Rochester


2 Responses to “Liberty Week Upcoming at the AHI-Rochester”

  1. Student says:

    Will any of these have at least an audio recording that can be posted online?

  2. Trey says:

    Neat. I read Bradley’s MasterResource and Meyer’s Coyote Blog fairly regularly.

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