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Attorneys Marc Victor and Richard Morris will present an “Update on National & Arizona Day of Prayer Lawsuits – And Other Miscellaneous Ramblings”. For those of you who know Marc, our very own member of FFRF-Valley of the Sun Chapter, you know that an enlightening and entertaining presentation is in store for us so you won’t want to miss it! They will cover such issues as:

* General overview

* Fear of Loss harming the Atheist cause in court

* Accommodation vs. Confrontation

* Brief overview of the civil lawsuit process

* Update on status of AZ case
* Update on the National Case

* Open up for questions from the floor

Marc J. Victor

is an accomplished attorney who is often invited to speak to audiences across Arizona . Marc has represented clients in more than a thousand major felony cases including first and second degree murder, sex cases, gun cases, major drug cases, complex white collar cases, federal appeals, and other complex state and federal matters. Jury trial experience includes several murder trials including death eligible matters as well as complex sex cases. Marc has represented clients in many high profile and media attention cases.

Richard W. Morris

The founder and principal of Morris Law Firm, holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Business Administration, a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Business Administration. Richard W. Morris is licensed as an attorney by the State Bar of Arizona, California, the United States Tax Court, United States Court of Claims , United States Supreme Court, and he qualified as a solicitor (lawyer) in the United Kingdom which allows him to practice law in 48 countries. Mr. Morris is a member of the State Bar of Arizona Probate and Trust Law Section; founding member of the College of Estate Planning Attorneys , a member of the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law Section of the State Bar of California and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. Mr. Morris has been an Adjunct Professor of economics and holds both Airline Transport Pilot and flight instructor licenses. He served on the Board of the Arizona Foundation for Blind Children 2003-2004, is a volunteer pilot for Angel Flight West,* and a 25-year member of Mensa.

*Breakfast & meeting at 9:00 AM* (This time we will start the program right after 9:00 AM--usually we start at 9:45. You can come a little early if you want.)

At the cashier, tell him/her you are with the Freedom From Religion meeting. We have the back room reserved. You may partake in the “all you can eat” buffet breakfast for the special negotiated price of $8.50. (You must say you are with the FFRF group or will not get this discounted price.) Or if you prefer to skip the meal, tell them you are just attending the program, not eating, and they will gladly point you to our room.