Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in a fireside chat with former United States Senator Alan Simpson of Cody, WY, former Governor Michael J. Sullivan, and Wyoming Federal District Court Judge Alan Johnson as they discuss the three branches of government, their functions and why it matters to you.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Krampert Theater @
1631 Campus Drive
This will be a play on the current AT&T commercial, #StayInYourLaneBro! You can watch the commercial here: https://youtu.be/ClXfWgKAIEI
A discussion by three of Wyoming’s most senior statesmen, representing each branch of government, presenting their respective views as to the important functions each separate but equal branch of government performs and the consequences when a branch fails to function under our form of government. After discussing their views and current events highlighting the challenges presented, the audience will be given the opportunity to submit some questions related to the topics discussed. The goal of this chat will be to give the general public as well as community leaders and elected officials an appreciation for the need of all branches to effectively function but limit those functions to the assigned tasks under the Constitution.
The Fire-Side Chat will be live streamed, and also available on the Casper Star-Tribune’s Facebook page and Casper College’s Facebook page.
Livestream (only available when the stream starts)
Within a few days after the event, the complete video will also be available on the Casper Star-Tribune’s YouTube page.
This program was coordinated with the assistance of the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming. This program was funded in part by the Federal Bar Section of the Wyoming State Bar.
Questions During the Program
There will be a Q & A session towards the end of the program. For those of you watching via live stream or social media, feel free to e-mail your questions to Nick Murdock, Past Chair of the Federal Bar Section, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1.5 CLE credits available for lawyers. No registration is necessary. Open to the public.