PLF Atlantic Center attorneys in the schools and on the airwaves
Christina Martin, a College of Public Interest Law attorney in Pacific Legal Foundation‘s Atlantic Center, will speak tonight to a business law class of students at Palm Beach Atlantic University in downtown West Palm Beach. The school has asked her to address property rights and the challenges small and large business interests face because of excessive regulation at the local, state, and federal levels.
Meanwhile, I also have some speaking events coming up this week, as well. Tomorrow at 6 P.M. on WPSL-1590AM, I will appear on the popular local radio show, Because It Matters, hosted by Mark Gotz. Afterwards, I will speak with members of the St. Lucie County Tea Party regarding Pacific Legal Foundation’s efforts in the courts both locally and nationally to defend liberty and property rights from an overreaching government.
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