Why Join the Federalist Society?

Based in Washington, D.C., Timothy “Tim” Batchelor is known for his work on national security policy. He currently serves as chairman of the board of directors for Subsea Engineering, Inc., and REDOT Media Opportunities Capital Corp III in New York City. Timothy Batchelor also belongs to the Federalist Society.

The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy is a space for libertarians and conservatives to meet and discuss the current state of the legal order. The organization was founded based on three principles: separation of governmental powers is essential, the state exists to preserve freedom, and the judicial branch should focus on what the law is not what it should be.

The Federalist Society is open to anyone who is interested. There are many membership benefits. Members enjoy interaction with other like-minded individuals, including prominent public officials and judges. In addition to the organization’s quarterly newsletter, members receive special invitations to national events and conventions. Additionally, Federalist Society members are entitled to a membership to the Practice Groups and a subscription to ABA Watch Emails.

Find out more at www.fed-soc.org.


Federalist Society Hosts 2014 National Lawyers Convention

Constitutional and national security law scholar Timothy “Tim” Batchelor serves as chairman of Subsea Engineering, Inc.’s board of directors. Timothy Batchelor is also active in numerous charitable organizations, including the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies.

Founded in 1982, the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies (also known as the Federalist Society) consists of conservatives and libertarians who want to reform the current legal system. It provides members with a forum that enables legal experts with opposing views to express themselves. Currently, the organization comprises 40,000 law students, lawyers, scholars, and other individuals.

The Federalist Society hosts the 2014 National Lawyers Convention from November 13 through 15 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. This three-day event brings together lawyers, law students, and individuals interested in law to listen to panelists discuss politics. The 2013 event featured presentations by university professors, judges, and senators. Attendees also worked on breakout sessions pertaining to criminal law, religious liberty, and cybersecurity.