2017 Events

UPCOMING EVENTS


September 29, 2017    Washington, DC

On Friday, September 29, National Review Institute and The Pacific Legal Foundation will co-host a Supreme Court preview luncheon. Our distinguished panel members will discuss the most significant cases in the 2017-2018 term. NRI senior fellow Ramesh Ponnuru will moderate the discussion. Space (and lunch) is limited; please RSVP by email to CCallahan@pacificlegal.org. 

September 22, 2017    Washington, DC

On Friday, September 22, National Review Institute and The Heritage Foundation will co-host Mark Regnerus, Author of “Cheap Sex: The Transformation of Men, Marriage, and Monogamy” along with  Ryan T. Anderson Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow in American Principles and Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation, for a discussion on “The Transformation of Men, Marriage, and Monogamy.” NRI senior fellow Kathryn Jean Lopez will moderate the discussion. Register to attend here

PAST EVENTS


September 14, 2017    Washington, DC

On Thursday, September 14, National Review Institute and the Catholic Information Center co-hosted a conversation on marriage moderated by NRI fellow Kathryn Jean Lopez. Speakers, Mary Rose and Ryan Verret spoke about their innovative approach to marriage prep. Watch the discussion here.

May 22, 2017    Washington, DC

On Monday, May 22, National Review Institute and the Catholic Information Center co-hosted NRI fellow Kathryn Jean Lopez for the third of a three-part panel discussion series on adoption. The third panel was focused on adoption and the foster care system. Watch the discussion here.

May 15, 2017    Washington, DC

On Monday, May 15, National Review Institute and the Catholic Information Center co-hosted NRI fellow Kathryn Jean Lopez for the second of a three-part panel discussion series on adoption. The second panel was focused on celebrating birth mothers and adoptive families. Watch the discussion here.

May 8, 2017    Washington, DC

On Monday, May 8, National Review Institute and the Catholic Information Center co-hosted NRI fellow Kathryn Jean Lopez for the first of a three-part panel discussion series on adoption. The first panel was focused on the factors associated with choosing to adopt. Watch the discussion here.

April 20, 2017    Chicago, IL

On Thursday, April 20, National Review Institute and the Illinois Policy Institute co-hosted NRI fellow David French for a discussion on free speech -“The Sound of Silence” – with IPI president John Tillman.

April 13, 2017    Los Angeles, CA

On Thursday, April 13, National Review Institute and the American Freedom Alliance co-hosted NRI fellow Jay Nordlinger for a talk on his latest book, Digging In. More information here.

April 4, 2017    Madison, WI

On Tuesday, April 4, National Review Institute and the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute co-hosted a discussion between NRI senior fellow David French and WPRI President Mike Nichols on “The Trends That Are Tearing America Apart.” 

February 27, 2017    Washington, D.C.

On Monday, February 27, National Review Institute and the Catholic Information Center co-hosted The Heritage Foundation’s Ryan T. Anderson, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ Kathleen Buckley Domingo, and the Little Sisters of the Poor’s Sr. Constance Veit for a discussion on “Is Doctor Prescribed Suicide Ever the Answer? The Witness of Steven McDonald & Lessons Learned from Efforts to Protect against Doctor-Prescribed Suicide.” NRI senior fellow Kathryn Jean Lopez moderated the discussion.

February 27, 2017    Washington, D.C.

On Monday, February 27, National Review Institute and The Heritage Foundation co-hosted The National Council on Independent Living’s Lindsay Baran, Able Americans’ Melissa Ortiz, The Heritage Foundation’s Ryan T. Anderson, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ Kathleen Buckley Domingo, and United States Senator James Lankford (R-OK) for a discussion on “Physician-Assisted Suicide: Stories from the Frontline of the ‘Always Care, Never Kill’ Debate.” NRI senior fellow Kathryn Jean Lopez moderated the discussion. Video

 

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