January General Meeting

Wednesday the 23rd

11:00 A.M.

Guest Speaker:

Chief Justice Lee Rosenthal

Topic: Federal courts in the South. Where we were and where we are going.​

Attention Location Change for January only:

Tosca Americana

18321 W Lake Houston Pkwy suite 540

Atascocita, TX 77346    

 

Chief Judge Lee H. Rosenthal Chief Judge Lee H. Rosenthal was appointed a United States District Court Judge for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division in 1992. Before then, she was a partner at Baker & Botts in Houston, Texas, where she tried civil cases and handled appeals in the state and federal courts. She received her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Chicago and served as law clerk to Chief Judge John R. Brown, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. In addition to serving as a district court judge for 26 years, Judge Rosenthal has been invited to sit by designation with courts of appeals around the country. Judge Rosenthal was a member, then chair, of the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules and then chair of the Judicial Conference Committee on the Rules of Practice and Procedure, which coordinates and oversees the work of the Advisory Committees for the Civil, Criminal, Evidence, Appellate, and Bankruptcy Rules. Judge Rosenthal became chief judge of the Southern District in November 2016. The Fifth Circuit judges selected her as their District Judge representative on the Judicial Conference of the United States for 2016B2019. Judge Rosenthal is a member of the American Law Institute and of its Council, and she serves as the ALI’s Second Vice-President. She is an advisor on the project to revise the Model Penal Code sections on sexual assault and on the Conflict of Laws Restatement. She was an advisor for the Restatement of Employment Law, the Aggregate Litigation project, and the Transnational Rules of Civil Procedure project. From 2014 to 2016, she was chair of the ALI Projects Committee. Judge Rosenthal has taught, written, and lectured extensively, concentrating on topics in complex litigation and civil procedure, including federal courts, class actions, and electronic discovery. Judge Rosenthal served on the Board of Trustees of Rice University in Houston, Texas from 2008 to 2016, and currently serves on the Board of the Baylor College of Medicine. Judge Rosenthal is the 2012 recipient of the Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Award for Professionalism and Ethics given by the American Inns of Court and is a three-time recipient of the Trial Judge of the Year Award from the Texas Association of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists. In 2014, Judge Rosenthal was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Judge Rosenthal and her husband have four daughters.

RSVP to Marilyn Harkrider, VP Programs/Reservations by Friday noon, January 18 to reserve your place and pay for lunch.  Cost of lunch is $20 and you can pre-pay by Pay Pal by clicking on the General meeting Button at the top of this page.  If you prefer to pay at the door, cash, checks, credit or debit cards are accepted.  Call Marilyn at 281-450-3352 or send to her email marilyn.harkrider@yahoo.com. 

 

                    CARING FOR AMERICA PROJECT   

January is Human Trafficking Awareness month.  TFRW is fighting Human Trafficking right here in Texas and hosted a statewide service project encouraging every club in TFRW to participate.  The goal was to assemble (at their January board  meeting) “first response”  kits for the victims/survivors of human trafficking.  Our club supported this project by sending a donation to be used in purchasing supplies for the backpacks.  This project was a huge success.

At our general meeting in October 2018, we were honored to have Captain Toby Hecker speak to us on the subject of Human Trafficking.   Please see below information that was included in his presentation.



                                                WHAT CAN YOU DO?
                                    BE THEIR VOICE …
….                                                             

Contact the Harris County Pct 4 Constable’s
Office @281.376.3472                                                    
Contact the Harris County Pct 4 Constable’s

Regulatory Enforcement Unit @832.927.6161

Report Suspicious activity through our
anonymous tip-line located on our website: wwwconstablepct4.com
National Human Trafficking Tip line:  1.866.347.2423
National Human Trafficking Resource Center 
1.888.373.7888                                     

Let’s All be the victims’ voice by recording these numbers in our cell or home phone directory ….
and  should you notice suspicious activity, contact one of the numbers listed above.


Submitted by Betty Newton, Caring for America Chairman
1/15/2019

 

 

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