February Luncheon: Constitutional Territoriality and the Hernandez v. Mesa Case
The question of where U.S. Constitutional protections exist and to whom they apply is an issue with which our country’s courts continue to wrestle. Currently, the U.S. Supreme Court is again being asked to clarify exactly how far the Constitution reaches territorially and who may avail themselves of its protections in the case Hernandez v. Mesa, writ pending. Please join us at our luncheon on February 2 for an enlightening presentation by Professor Guinevere Moore, J.D., LL.M., on how the Court is likely to rule on this issue. Professor Moore will cover the intersection of U.S. domestic law with international law and the implications of the Hernandez case on important social and legal issues, especially in light of recent concerns over U.S. immigration policies and the use of force by law enforcement. Approved for 0.75 hours of CLE credit.
RSVP: So that we can provide a headcount to Club Giraud in advance of the luncheon, please RSVP by Friday, January 29, 2016. Include any dietary restrictions in your RSVP. We understand schedules change, but we cannot guarantee a seat for individuals who RSVP after the date above.
For more information, please contact Rachel Skinner (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Meagan McKeown (email@example.com). We hope to see you there!