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Symposium on Crime and the Constitution: Race, Crime, and the Constitution

Constitutionally Speaking and UNH School of Law presented a free public symposium on Crime and the Constitution on Saturday, October 22 at UNH School of Law. Speakers included:

  • Boston University Law Professor Tracey Maclin
  • Portsmouth's Chief of Police David Mara
  • Assistant NH Attorney General Geoffrey Ward
  • Devon Chaffee, Executive Director of the ACLU - New Hampshire
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Symposium on Crime and the Constitution: Sexual Assault and the Constitution

Speakers included:

  • UNH Law Professors Buzz Scherr. Behzad Mirhashem, John Greabe, and Leah Plunkett
  • Florida State School of Law Professor Avlana Eisenberg
After the presentations, and over a brown bag lunch, 54 participants and panelists broke out into smaller discussion groups led by several UNH Law students.
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NPR's Nina Totenberg speaks about the Supreme Court, politics, in Concord

National Public Radio’s award-winning legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg regaled a capacity crowd at the Capitol Center for the Arts on October 2, 2015, with observations about the Supreme Court, politics, and a story about the return of her father's valuable violin.
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Constitutionally Speaking II: "New Challenges to an Age-Old Document"

Constitutionally Speaking II presented a number of events that focused on the challenges of interpreting the Constitution in today's society. Issues such as issues such the debt ceiling, the expansion of medicaid, and campaign finance received thoughtful explorations.
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Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and David Souter speak in Concord on Civics Education

Sandra Day O’Connor and David Souter, retired Supreme Court Justices, civics education advocates, and friends who can disagree in a civil manner, spoke to a capacity crowd at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, Constitution Day.
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Constitutionally Speaking I: "How Does the Constitution Keep Up with the Times?"

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice David H. Souter discusses Americans' alarming lack of knowledge about the U.S. Constitution and the structure of government, and the potential danger pervasive civic ignorance poses to our democracy.
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