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Constitution Day - Supreme Court Presentation

Picture of a written copy of the U.S. Constitution

On Monday, Sept. 18, there will be a presentation on both the recently concluded and upcoming terms of the Supreme Court (i.e., the 2022-23 term and the upcoming 2023-24 term). Assistant Professor of Legal Studies David Grise and C.J. Nunley, staff attorney for Legal Aid of the Bluegrass, will serve as panelists highlighting important constitutional cases from last year and previewing the constitutional cases on the docket for the upcoming year. The event will occur from 1 to 3 p.m. in Room 310 of the Adron Doran University Center (ADUC).  

Morehead State University's Department of History, Philosophy, Politics, Global Studies & Legal Studies has programs for careers in government, law, public service, social service positions, nonprofit organizations, private businesses and more. Pursue education abroad, participate in service projects, complete exciting internship opportunities and collaborate with faculty members in scholarly research.

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