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What:
The Constitution declares at its opening with words written to dwarf all others in the document, We the people. A persistent question remains, though. Who is We the people? On behalf of the Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy, we would like to invite you to the 2013 symposium, Who is We the People? Perspectives on Immigration Policy and Reform. Speakers from across the country will grapple with concepts of national identity, race, and the intersection of public policy and our conception of what it means to be an American. Free CLE credit (4.5 hours) is available for Kansas and Missouri attorneys. The symposium has reached capacity, and registration is now closed. As space allows, walk-in traffic may be accommodated on the day of the conference. Contact: 785-864-3333, kjlppsymposium@gmail.com http://law.ku.edu/lawjournalsymposium Department: School of Law Alumni Ticket Cost: Free The symposium has reached capacity, and registration is now closed. As space allows, walk-in traffic may be accommodated on the day of the conference. Friday February 22, 2013 9:15am - 3:30pm Green Hall, Stinson Morrison Hecker Lecture Hall, Room 104
Where:
University of Kansas
Lawrence KS
Cost:
Free
Categories:
Conferences & Tradeshows University & Alumni
When:
Friday, February 22 @ 9:15 am
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