Constitutionally Speaking: Crime and the Constitution Public Symposium

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Constitutionally Speaking and the University of New Hampshire School of Law are pleased to present a free public symposium on Crime and the Constitution on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord.

The event will feature two panels, followed by breakout discussions over lunch, which will be provided free of charge to all registrants. The first panel will address Constitutional Issues in Sexual Assault Cases; the second will address Race, Crime and the Constitution. Participants in this symposium, which is created for and geared to the general public, will hear from experts including:

The panels will be moderated by Leah Plunkett, Associate Professor of Legal Skills and Director of Academic Success, University of New Hampshire School of Law. Space is limited, so register today by clicking here.