“Our U.S. Constitution And Its Journey” to be topic for County Republicans meeting

“Our Constitution and Its Journey” is the program topic for the Thursday, May 19, 2011 monthly meeting of the Denton County Republican Party. 

Richard Hayes, local attorney and current parliamentarian of the DCRP, will present the program, addressing the Constitution, the history of its journey, the reasons for its existence, and why its protection is essential.

A long-time Constitutional student, Richard recently participated in the Blackstone Institute’s Constitutional Training Seminar hosted by the Denton County Republican Party, as well as its post-seminar training and has been speaking to various groups about the Constitution and its journey since that time. Licensed to practice in the 5th and 11th US Courts of Appeal, Richard also is licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States. 

Richard earned his B.B.A from Texas Christian University in1975 and his M.B.A. from Texas A&M University in1976.  He received his juris doctorate from St. Mary’s University in 1978.  Upon graduation from law school, he clerked for the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.

A Board Certified attorney for 30 years, he specializes in Real Estate litigation, eminent domain, easements, and title and boundary disputes. Richard also is a Professional Registered Parliamentarian and served as high school Parliamentary Procedure Coach of the 2011 Business Professionals of Texas Parliamentary Procedure Champions.

A past President of the Denton County Bar Association, Richard also is a former Chairman of the Denton County Republican Party, serving six years in that capacity. He currently serves as its Parliamentarian. 

The DCRP meeting will be at 7:00 p.m., in the 2nd floor Community Room of Medical Center of Lewisville, located at the southeast corner of I 35 E and Main Street , 500 West Main Street, Lewisville, Texas 75057.

Immediately prior to the meeting at 6:00 p.m., there will be a social hour for meeting attendees hosted by Denton County District Judge Jonathan Bailey.  Both the social hour and the meeting are open to all interested Republicans.

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