Constitutionally Speaking and UNH School of Law are pleased to present a free public symposium on Crime and the Constitution on Saturday, October 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at UNH School of Law, 2 White Street in Concord.
The symposium will cover current legal issues of great topical significance including Sexual Assault and the Constitution and Race, Crime and the Constitution. Participants will receive valuable information and teachers will receive tools for effectively teaching and discussing these issues with your students.
Participants will have access to an expert panel including:
Harvard Law Professor Ronald Sullivan
Boston University Law Professor Tracey Maclin
Portsmouth's Chief of Police David Mara
Associate NH Attorney General Jane Young
UNH Law Professors Buzz Scherr and Behzad Mirhashem
There is no cost to attend, and teachers will receive a $100 stipend and professional development hours. Lunch is included.
Participating teachers will be asked to develop curriculum based on the topics covered in the symposium and will be compensated with professional development hours and a stipend of $100.
Space is limited and registration is required.
For more information, please contact Martha Madsen at firstname.lastname@example.org.