The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies

  •  The Federalist Society at Capital University Law School seeks to:

    • Serve as an organization of conservatives and libertarians concerned with the state of the law and founded upon the principles that government exists to preserve individual freedom
    • Affirm the belief that the separation of governmental powers is central to the Constitution of the United States and that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what the law should be.
    • Promote an awareness of its principles and to further the application of such principles through the organization's activities. 
        

    2014-2015 Leadership 

     President: Addison Bare

    Vice President: Katie Mason
    Treasurer: Rebecca Rayner
    Secretary: Tim Cook

    Historical Information 

    2013-2014 Leadership
    President: Melissa Crocker
    Vice President: Katie Mason
    Treasurer: Addison Bare
    Public Relations Chair: Richard Schanz
    Secretary: Raleigh Starnes

    2012-2013 Leadership
    President:  Kyle Gallenstein 
    Vice President: Erik Brunckhorst 
    Treasurer: Melissa Crocker
    Secretary:  Charlie Sulek
    Public Relations: Loribeth Kowalski
    1L Representative: Katie Mason
    1L Representative: Kurt Mosbacher
    Advisor: Professor Bradley Smith and Professor David Mayer 

     

    2011-2012 Leadership
    President: Neil Strauss
    Vice President: Mike DePinto
    Treasurer: Kyle Gallenstein
    Secretary: Erik Brunckhorst 
    Public Relations: Charlie Sulek
    Advisor: Professor Bradley Smith and Professor David Mayer 
     
    2010-2011 Leadership
    President: Joshua Farnsworth
    Vice President: Jeff Puthoff
    Treasurer: Jacob Smith
    Secretary: Megan Payne
    Public Relations (Fall): Samantha Berkhofer
    Public Relations (Spring): Aracely Tagliaventi
    1L Representative: Ben Klein

     

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