Novel constitutional issues have emerged in the first two years of Donald Trump's presidency, implicating issues as diverse as private paramilitary violence, immigration, and the protection of sensitive voter information in the digital age. In response, creative legal challenges have put before state and federal courts across the country new questions about where constitutional protections begin and end.
Joshua Geltzer, Executive Director and Visiting Professor of Law at Georgetown's Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, will discuss constitutional lawyering in the age of Trump, including the Institute's efforts to use the power of the courts to defend key constitutional rights.
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1.0 hours CLE credit
Category: CLE Programs, General, Public Lectures