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Constitution Day Celebration at Arizona Law to Focus on Recent Supreme Court Cases

State and federal court judges will join Arizona Law faculty for a review of important United States Supreme Court cases from the 2006-07 docket.  The free public discussion will be held in conjunction with a nationwide celebration of Constitution Day, and is sponsored by the William H. Rehnquist Center on the Constitutional Structures of Government at the UA College of Law.

9th Annual Supreme Court Review Celebrating Constitution Day
Monday, September 17th, 2007
2:00 – 5:00 pm
The James E. Rogers College of Law
1201 E. Speedway
Ares Auditorium (room 146)

Hourly parking is available in the Park Avenue garage located at the northeast corner of Park and Speedway. Visitors to the College should note ongoing construction, and should plan to enter on the north side of the building, off of Helen Street, between Law Main and the Eller College of Management.  A brief reception will follow.

Cases to be discussed were decided in the Court’s past term, and include:

  • Bowles v. Russell
  • Bell Atlantic v. Twombley
  • Tellabs v. Makor Issues & Rights
  • Jones v. Bock
  • Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School Dist. #1
  • Meredith v. Jefferson County Bd. of Education
  • Massachussetts v. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Gonzales v. Carhart

(Opinions in all these cases are available at www.supremecourtus.gov.)

Continuing Education credit is available. Please call Donna Ream at 626-1629 for details.

Constitution Day, celebrated in schools and communities nationally, is an annual event commemorating the day in 1787 that the United States Constitution was signed by its thirty-nine framers.


Posted:09/10/2007