Clark Hill Attorney Charlie Spies Presented at the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics Program “The Role of Super PACs in 2012 & Beyond”
Clark Hill Attorney Charlie Spies presented “The Role of Super PACs in 2012 & Beyond” on Thurs. Feb 28, 2013. The program is a part of the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics “Full Access: Inside the Obama and Romney Campaigns” and discussed the impact the Super PACs have on the course of a campaign, how they perceived their role in the campaigns, and now that the campaign is over, where do the Super PACs go next? The Role of Super PACs in 2012 & Beyond was open to the public and was held at 6pm in the Dining Room of the Quadrangle Club. For more information, please visit www.politics.uchicago.edu
The University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics is a nonpartisan group that helps University of Chicago students who wish to explore careers in public and social service, providing non-curricular opportunities for them the pursue interests in politics and policy making. The Institute officially opened in early 2013 and three programs form its core initiative: a visiting fellows program, and expanded set of policy and public interest internships, and a continuous series of public speakers discussing current events and political life.
Spies is the leader of Clark Hill’s national Political Law practice, as well as the Member in Charge of the Washington D.C. office. Spies provides strategic counsel to a broad range of organizations, corporations, candidates and individuals confronting challenges and opportunities at the intersection of political and issue campaigns, government ethics, law and public policy. He has established and served as counsel to multiple political organizations and super PACs, including Restore Our Future, the largest super PAC in history which spent $150 million supporting Mitt Romney in 2012.
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