Judge Bork to weigh in on Kagan nomination in exclusive RSVP-only news event
WASHINGTON, D.C. – 6/21/2010 – Americans United for Life (AUL) will host an insider’s look at Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan in a unique opportunity for reporters and editors covering the process when, on Wednesday, June 23, Judge Robert Bork joins an exclusive selection of legal experts to discuss the nomination.
What: Call-in news conference on Elena Kagan
When: Wednesday, June 23rd @10:30am EDT
Who: Judge Robert Bork, Professor Gerard Bradley, Attorney William Saunders – presented by Dr. Charmaine Yoest, President and CEO of Americans United for Life
Details: RSVP by emailing email@example.com or calling 202-289-1478.
AUL has been leading the opposition to Kagan under the direction of Dr. Charmaine Yoest, President and CEO, who will host the interactive, call-in news conference, set for 10:30 a.m. EDT. With a Ph.D. in Politics from the University of Virginia and a lifetime of political experience – she took a leading role last year in opposition to then-nominee Sonia Sotomayor – Yoest will lay out what is at stake in this nomination and reveal that there is more to Kagan than has been reported to date.
To get the call in code as well as the procedure for asking questions of Bork and the panel, contact AUL using the information above.
- Judge Robert Bork’s experience as a Supreme Court nominee is legendary, and the former Solicitor General, acting Attorney General and Circuit Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals will bring to the media event all the wit and wisdom that led to two New York Times best-sellers.
- Professor Gerard Bradley of the Notre Dame School of Law. Bradley is a noted scholar in the field of constitutional law and a former assistant district attorney from New York County. He is also well-known for his instruction in Notre Dame’s exceptional trial advocacy program, in the top 10 in the nation.
- William Saunders, Senior Vice President of Legal Affairs and Senior Counsel of Americans United for Life, an expert on Constitutional law, who holds a J.D. from Harvard University. A former law school professor, he has twice been featured in Harvard’s Guide to Conservative Public Interest Law, and as a member of the Supreme Court bar, has authored numerous legal briefs in state, federal, foreign and international courts.
AUL’s “Kagan File” – a comprehensive body of legal analysis on Kagan’s record – can be accessed at www.aul.org. It has been used and distributed nationwide as part of efforts to block a nominee with a pro-abortion, agenda-driven judicial philosophy.