Overturning of Roe: The Landmark Dobbs Decision
Counsel, Americans United for Life
Senior Legal Fellow, Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, Heritage Foundation
Friday, June 24
2:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Carolyn McDonnell serves as Staff Counsel at Americans United for Life. She focuses on amicus briefs, federal legislative affairs, and international advocacy for the human right to life. Carolyn is admitted to the State Bar of Wisconsin. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minnesota) where she worked as a research assistant to Professor Teresa Collett. During law school, Carolyn also served as a senior editor on the Journal of Law and Public Policy, participated in a religious liberty appellate clinic, and competed interscholastically in mock trial.
Thomas L. Jipping is a senior legal fellow for the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, which is part of the Institute for Constitutional Government at Heritage. Tom has developed a national reputation, among both liberals and conservatives, as an expert in the federal judiciary. Tom’s scholarship includes articles in law and public policy journals as well as hundreds of op-eds and articles in both print and online publications. He has presented papers at conferences including the American Political Science Association and testified before legislative committees in the U.S. Senate and House and in several states.
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