James D. Schultz
, chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Government and Regulatory Practice
, presented, “President Trump and the Courts" as a part of the University of Arkansas’ Clinton School Speaker Series on May 7. The Clinton School hosts free public programs, guest lectures and community conversations featuring internationally-prominent leaders and timely topics. This series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day. The lecture series features a diverse array of programs ranging from senators, congressman, cabinet officials and ambassadors to renowned academics, corporate CEOs, philanthropists, authors and journalists.
Schultz recently returned to Cozen O’Connor as Chair of the Government and Regulatory Practice Group. Immediately prior to rejoining the firm, Schultz served in the White House as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Associate Counsel to the President in the Office of White House Counsel. In addition to having provided legal counsel to the President of the United States and his senior staff, Schultz has provided legal counsel to the Governor of Pennsylvania and his senior staff and cabinet, a number of federal and state elected officials and has handled high profile matters for private sector clients. Schultz focuses his practice on federal and state regulatory issues in jurisdictions across the country. Schultz advises clients on internal and government investigations, government contracting and procurement, congressional inquiries, federal and state campaign finance and election laws, federal and state ethics issues, and complex litigation matters.