Terrific opportunity to engage in current issues facing the US Supreme Court. Chance to learn how the new court make-up will affect major issues of the day. The Federalists and American Constitution Society of the University of Wisconsin Law School hosting an informal Constitutional law discussion on upcoming US Supreme Court cases. Open to all university and law school students, faculty and affliates. Event details: Law school, Rm. 5246, Wed. March 21st, noon-1pm, Presentations by 4 professors followed by informal question and answer session with students. Informal chance for students to engage with professors outside of class on upcoming US Supreme Court constitutional law issues. Panelists include distinguished constitutional scholars: Professors Howard Schweber, Donald Downs, Ann Althouse and Larry Church. Pizza and soda will be provided free. Open to all! For further event details email Michael Klein at email@example.com, Aaron Werner at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Brendan Reed at email@example.com, more information forthcoming in advertisements.
Submitted by UW Law School Newsletter Admin on March 19, 2007
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