Distinguished Panel for Law Day Program

Law Day Program Monday night, May 1

This year's Law Day Theme is "Separate Branches, Balanced Powers"

UNCG Prof. David Lefkowitz, Philosopher of Law
Norman Smith, Attorney at Law,
The Honorable Brad Miller, US House,
Judge Joe Craig,
NC AT&T Adjunct Professor Margaret Dudley,
The Honorable Phil Berger, NC House
will discus issues related to this year's theme and address questions from the audience.

School children in Guilford County participated in projects explaining this year's Law Day Theme, “Separate Branches, Balanced Powers.” Winners will be presented prizes at the Event.

The League of Women Voters of the Piedmont Triad, Court Watch of North Carolina, YWCA of Greensboro, Greensboro Bar Association, AAUW, North Carolina A&T Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, and the Greensboro Public Library are sponsoring the event.

Admission is Free and the Public is Invited.

Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm (come early to see the winning contest entries)

Place: Greensboro Historical Museum auditorium, 130 Summit Ave.

For additional information contact League of Women Voters, www.lwvpt.org

This Forum is supported (in part) by a grant from the Program on Constitutional and Legal Policy of the Open Society Institute.

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