About this talk
While we look to the government to protect individual
rights, sometimes it is appropriate to challenge government
initiatives because they trod on rights instead of protect
them. How do private sector organizations like
Southeastern Legal seek to curb government actions that
trespass on individual and business rights? How does
this help the economy?
About Shannon Goessling
is Executive Director and Chief Legal Counsel for
Southeastern Legal Foundation, one of the nation’s leading
public interest law firms founded in 1976. She was the 2002
GOP nominee and candidate for Georgia Attorney General.
A former public servant, Shannon worked as a Senior
Assistant District Attorney in metro Atlanta, prosecuting
crimes against women and children.
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