[PAST EVENT] "Congress, the President, and the Mueller Investigation" by Stanley M. Brand (Dunn Lecture Series)
Mr. Stanley M. Brand, Senior Counsel at Akin Gump, will present a luncheon talk on the topic of "Congress, the President, and the Mueller Investigation." From 1976 to 1983, Mr. Brand served as general counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives. Free and all are welcome. Hosted by the Institute of Bill of Rights Law as part of the Dunn Lecture Series. RSVP at the link below if you'd like to join us for lunch.
About the Dunn Lecture Series
A generous gift by Timothy P. Dunn and Ellen R. Stofan established the H. Stewart Dunn, Jr., Civil Liberties Project. The project provides support for undergraduate and law student research, as well as summer internships and post-graduate fellowships with organizations that support or protect civil liberties. The Project also funds guest lectures and collaborative teaching of civil liberties in the Law School and undergraduate academic programs.
About Mr. Brand (excerpted from his Akin Gump website)
Mr. Brand has represented numerous individuals and organizations investigated by and/or called to testify before the U.S. Congress. He has developed particular experience in the application of the separation-of-powers doctrine. His diverse litigation and counseling practice also includes representing corporations, trade associations, labor unions and individuals in major Department of Justice, grand jury, and independent counsel investigations and trial proceedings, including Whitewater, Housing and Urban Development, the savings and loan crisis, and the campaign finance task force investigations. Mr. Brand has also represented individuals and entities involved in contested election proceedings.
From 1976 to 1983, Mr. Brand served as general counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives under Speaker Thomas P. “Tip” O'Neill, Jr. and was the House's chief legal officer responsible for representing the House, its members, officers and employees in connection with legal procedures and litigation arising from the conduct of their official activities. Since leaving the House, Mr. Brand has had a succession of high-profile, political and public corruption cases and clients, including former White House aide George Stephanopoulos in the Whitewater investigation, former congressman and Gore 2000 campaign manager Tony Coelho, former House Majority Whip Bill Gray, congressmen Dan Rostenkowski and Joe McDade, and former executive agency officials.