How the January 6 committee broke the mold: What it means for future oversight
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Date: January 30, 2023
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Location: Law School # 2242 | Map
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The Levin Center for Oversight and Democracy and Georgetown Law Center for Congressional Studies are partnering to present a livestreamed panel on how the innovative approaches used by the January 6 Select Committee will affect future oversight hearings by Congress.
The in-person discussion held in Washington, D.C. will be livestreamed to DJK 2242 - all students, faculty, and staff are welcome. Lunch boxes will be provided on a first come first serve basis.
- Kristin Amerling, Deputy Staff Director and Chief Counsel of the January 6 Committee
- Reginald Brown, partner at Kirkland & Ellis law firm, represented witnesses before the January 6 Committee
- Lisa Desjardins, correspondent, PBS NewsHour, covering the U.S. Capitol
- Professor David Rapallo, Georgetown University Law Center, former congressional investigator
Opening Remarks by: Victoria Nourse, Ralph V. Whitworth Professor in Law, Georgetown University Law Center
Moderated by: Jim Townsend, Director, Carl Levin Center for Oversight and Democracy and Adjunct Professor of Law, Wayne State University Law School