I will be part of a panel that will discuss the Greece v. Galloway case at an event that is free and open to the public. The actual title of the session is (for some obscure reason) Religion and the Constitution in Modern Life. It is interesting that although the topic is one involving constitutional law and is being held in the Law School under the auspices of American Constitutional Society, they have seen fit to invite a non-lawyer like me to participate.
Date: Monday, January 27, 2014
Time: 12:00-1:00 pm
Location: Room A58 on the ground floor of the Law School at CWRU
Panelists: Susan Galloway (one of the plaintiffs in the case), Drew Dennis (ACLU of Ohio staff attorney), and myself. The panel will be moderated by professor Jessie Hill of the School of Law.
After brief opening remarks by each of us, there will be a Q&A.
It should be fun.