Friday, December 22, 2017

February 25/Edina, MN - Constitution in the Community: Understanding the U.S. Constitution

The Emoluments Clause? Executive Privilege? With all the legal terms in the news, the Minneapolis-Saint Paul Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society is hosting a “Constitutional Law 101” for interested members of the general public. The event is free and open to all.
The overview will feature key constitutional concepts with an example of cases illustrating recent controversies, occasional audience quizzes to identify relevant clauses or amendments in a controversy, and time for audience questions. Plus, each participant will receive their own pocket Constitution.
Title:
Constitution in the Community: Understanding the U.S. Constitution
When/Where:
February 25, 2018
01:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Southdale Library
Ethel Berry Room
7001 York Avenue South
Edina, MN 55435
Speaker:
Linda K. Hopkins, Author and Attorney, has practiced government contracts, data privacy, and intellectual property for 16 years.She also wrote the Licensing Law Handbook and chaired a state commission on citizen privacy rights. She was a United Nations consultant to the Nepali government, drafted the intellectual property rights of the Bulgarian government, and was a Special Advisor to the National Economic Council and the Office of the President of the United States. Ms. Hopkins managed her own firm and was employed by Accenture LLP in technology contracts.
Credit:
Minnesota CLE credit is pending approval.
By:
ACS Chapter Minneapolis/St. Paul
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