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UMass Dartmouth to Observe Constitution Day at UMass Law School September 19

UMass Dartmouth will host a panel discussion on "Reading the Constitution: Rights, Liberties, Freedoms, Politics," in observance of Constitution Day.  The event is 3-5pm, Monday, September 19, at the UMass Law School moot courtroom, at 333 Faunce Corner Road, Dartmouth.

UMass Dartmouth will host a panel discussion on "Reading the Constitution: Rights, Liberties, Freedoms, Politics," in observance of Constitution Day.  The event is 3-5pm, Monday, September 19, at the UMass Law School moot courtroom, at 333 Faunce Corner Road, Dartmouth.

Topics will include constitutional challenges to national healthcare legislation, GPS criminal tracking and privacy, Stephen Colbert's SuperPAC and Money, religious freedom and animal sacrifice.

Panelists include UMass Law and CAS faculty and students and a New Bedford defense attorney.  Refreshments will be provided.  For more information contact Phil Cox at 508.999.8349 or email at pcox@umassd.edu

 

Author:  "Phil Cox [Contact]"
Date:  15-Sep-2011
Department:   College of Arts & Sciences

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