A3P announces webcast with Mike Davis and Washington Times legal reporter

A3P announces webcast with Mike Davis and Washington Times legal reporter

The Article III Project (A3P) is pleased to announce its first in a series of webcasts about President Trump’s record-smashing transformation of the federal judiciary, filling it with conservative judges who understand their modest, but critical, role is to follow—not rewrite—the law. This webcast will be open for questions from participants as well.

What:  Webcast interview and moderated Q & A of A3P’s Mike Davis by Alex Swoyer, legal affairs reporter for The Washington Times, about:

  • Making the Courts Great Again: President Trump’s record-shattering transformation of the federal judiciary;

  • The Next Big Fight: Judge Justin Walker’s nomination to the critically important D.C. Circuit — the Second Highest Court in the Land;

  • Walking and Chewing Gum: why the Senate can — and must — continue judicial confirmations during the coronavirus crisis.

When:  Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 12:30 pm (DC)

WhereZoom Video Call


Mike Davis is the founder and president of the Article III Project (A3P). Davis previously served as chief counsel for nominations to former Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA), clerked on the Supreme Court for Justice Neil Gorsuch, and served as his top adviser for his confirmation battle.

Alex Swoyer is the legal affairs reporter at the Washington Times. She provides regular commentary about The Supreme Court, judicial nominations, and other legal affairs issues on Fox News.