B.A., Yale; J.D., University of Chicago. Lee Liberman Otis is the Senior Vice President and Faculty Division Director of the Federalist Society. She also serves as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, a public member of the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) and chair of the Conference’s Judicial Review Committee, and as the co-chair of the National Constitution Center's Coalition of Freedom Advisory Board. She previously was a special assistant and an Associate Deputy Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice, General Counsel of the Department of Energy, an associate in the appellate section of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, an associate counsel to President George H.W. Bush, and a law clerk to Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. She also served as an assistant professor of law at George Mason, where she taught legislation, federal jurisdiction, constitutional law, civil procedure, and appellate advocacy. Ms. Otis has been an important member of the Federalist Society team since the organization’s beginnings 25 years ago. Together with David McIntosh, she led the effort to start what became the Chicago chapter of the Society. She also helped organize the Society’s first conference at Yale, its second conference at Chicago, and its first Lawyers Division chapter in Washington DC, as well as the effort to incorporate the Society, recruit its permanent staff, and obtain its early funding. She was a Founding Director of the Federalist Society.
First Principles of the ConstitutionGeorgetown Law
Washington, DC 20001
Randy E. Barnett • Amy Coney Barrett • Josh Blackman • Clint Bolick • Alyssa DaCunha • Laura Donohue • Lisa Ezell • Martin Flaherty • Jamal Greene • Michael S. Greve • Alan Gura • Thomas M. Hardiman • John C. Harrison • David Hyman • Kurt T. Lash • Renée Lettow Lerner • Stephen J. Markman • Jennifer L. Mascott • Michael W. McConnell • John O. McGinnis • Jesse Merriam • John Mikhail • Erin E. Murphy • Kevin C. Newsom • Lee Liberman Otis • Saikrishna B. Prakash • Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz • Prerak Shah • Lee J. Strang • Diane S. Sykes • Amul Thapar • Clarence Thomas • Robin Fretwell Wilson • Elizabeth Wydra • John C. Yoo • Michael P. Zuckert
Constitution • Federalism • First Amendment • Founding Era & History • Fourteenth Amendment • Philosophy • Supreme Court
Columbia Law School - March 3-4, 2017Columbia Law School
New York, NY 10027
William Baude • Richard A. Epstein • Philip A. Hamburger • Marci A. Hamilton • Thomas M. Hardiman • Jameel Jaffer • Douglas Laycock • Debra Ann Livingston • Irina D. Manta • William P. Marshall • John O. McGinnis • Thomas W. Merrill • Lee Liberman Otis • Michael Stokes Paulsen • Richard Pildes • William H. Pryor • Reena Raggi • Bradley A. Smith • Richard Sullivan • Eugene Volokh
Free Speech & Election Law • Religious Liberties
Washington, DC 20052
Kenneth Anderson • John Bellinger,I • Bradford R. Clark • Kristina Daugirdas • Samuel Estreicher • Jack L. Goldsmith • John C. Harrison • Kristine Kalanges • Julian Ku • Thomas H. Lee • Gregory E. Maggs • John O. McGinnis • Michael B. Mukasey • Lee Liberman Otis • Richard Pildes • Jeremy A. Rabkin • Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz • Paul B. Stephan • Stephen I. Vladeck • Ruth J. Wedgwood • Edwin D. Williamson • John C. Yoo
Federalism & Separation of Powers • International & National Security Law
Millennials, Equity and the Rule of LawThe Renaissance Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC 20036
19th Annual Faculty Conference
This panel is about “corpus linguistics,” a technique that involves the use of computer searches...
2016 National Lawyers Convention
The final Showcase panel examines Justice Scalia's transformation of five very important areas of Supreme...
18th Annual Faculty Conference
When Chevron was first decided it was generally welcomed on the right side of the...
17th Annual Faculty Conference
This panel was part of the 17th Annual Federalist Society Faculty Conference held on January...
Criminal Law and the Administrative State: Defining and Enforcing Regulatory Crimes
The Administrative Conference, together with The Federalist Society, the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice and...