University of Idaho
College of Law Courtroom
September 17, 2013
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
- Professor Don Crowley, Department of Political Science, College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
- Professor Richard Seamon, College of Law
- Professor Shaakirrah Sanders, College of Law
- Professor Michael Park, School of Journalism and Mass Media, College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
From the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision on gay marriage to the federal government's decision to allow Colorado and Washington to permit recreational marijuana use; from the constitutionality of firearm restrictions to the question of whether whistleblowers should leak information about possible government misconduct in the course of surveillance: current events highlight the continuing relevance of our 200-year-old Constitution.
- Attend the 90-minute program which will include brief presentations by professors and audience Q&A.
- Constitution Day is a national day of recognition to educate the public about the U.S. Constitution.
- A reception will follow.
- The program and reception are open to the public.
Still makes me laugh that the school is in Moscow :-)