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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Law & Society Panel Preview

If you are attending the Law & Society conference in Chicago, I'd like to put in an early plug for a panel that will be held at 10:15 on the last day of the conference (Sunday, May 30th).  The panel is called Government Actions Affecting Information, Expression & Belief Systems: Emerging Issues.  The Chair of the panel is Christina Wells, who will be speaking on Emotions and the First Amendment.  Heidi Kitrosser will speak on Secrecy, Power & the U.S. Presidency.  Caroline Corbin will speak on Ceremonial Deism and the Reasonable Religious Outsider.  Finally, I will speak on Calibrating the Public Forum Doctrine for the Twenty-First Century: The Case of Government Sponsored Social Media

Posted by Lyrissa Lidsky on April 27, 2010 at 08:21 PM | Permalink

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