McGeorge Capital Center Presents California Gaming Lecture May 23
Sacramento, Calif. – University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law’s Capital Center for Public Law & Policy will host a non-partisan discussion of gaming issues in the state of California on Thur. May 23, 2013 at noon.
“California Gaming – Implications of Internet and Off-Reservation Gaming Activities” will feature a panel of four gaming experts, moderated by Pacific McGeorge’s Dean Francis J. Mootz III. The panel will discuss the implications of internet gaming and off-reservation gaming on the state, its citizens and the state’s economy.
The panelists are Howard Dickstein – Dickstein Law Firm; Cathy Christian – Nielson, Merksamer et al; David Fried – Fried Law Firm; and Cheryl Schmit – Stand Up California.
The lecture will be held from noon-1 p.m. at the California Chamber on 1215 K St., Suite 1400 in Sacramento. General Admission is $15, and Student Admission is $7. The cost includes lunch, and registration is online .
The Capital Center Lecture Serieshosts notable, keynote speakers who bring timely and thoughtful commentary to current state and federal issues relating to government and public law and policy. On Oct. 17, 2012, Dan Richard, Chairperson of the High-Speed Rail Authority, presented “California High Speed Rail – An infrastructure case study” at the Sutter Club. On Sept. 24, 2012, Pacific McGeorge Dean Francis J. Mootz III presented “Changes in Legal Education and the Impact on Government Decision Making” in the State Capitol.