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American Constitution Society hosts, Why Courts Matter: Advancing Social Justice and a Living Constitution

 Thursday, September 12, 2019
 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
 Rubloff - RB150 Aspen Hall
 American Constitution Society
 Ernest Perez
  3125031606
 e-perez@law.northwestern.edu


The American Constitution Society's Northwestern law student chapter invites you to join us for a lunch panel on our national organization of progressive-minded lawyers and the importance of the courts! ACS is a national progressive legal organization that believes in the theory of a living Constitution and the importance of placing courts at the forefront of social justice. With over 200 student and lawyer chapters across the country, ACS supports the next generation of progressive lawyers, legislators, judges, policy experts, and academics. Come learn more about ACS and why courts matter from constitutional law professors and esteemed legal practitioners. Discover the perks of being a member of our nationwide professional network, and the process for becoming a rep of our chapter. Professor Robert Bennett will also be on the panel.

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