Knoxville, Tennessee, January 7, 2019— The Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law (LMU Law) and the LMU Law Review will host a symposium entitled, “The Second Amendment: Its Meaning and Implications for Modern America,” on Friday, January 18, 2019, in downtown Knoxville.
The symposium will feature a host of experts to discuss the Second Amendment and its impact on modern society. Six hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit will be available including three general and three dual. The symposium will run from 8:30 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. The cost is $45 including breakfast, lunch and CLE credit. Cost is $40 for LMU Law alumni.
Speakers include Clayton Cramer of the College of Western Iowa; Carl T. Bogus of Roger Williams University School of Law; Stephen P. Halbrook of the Independent Institute; David B. Kopel of The University of Denver College of Law; Robert Spitzer of the State University of New York at Cortland and attorney David T. Hardy. Topics include history of the Second Amendment, mass shootings, the dual purpose of the amendment and more.
Each speaker will discuss a topic of special interest and the symposium will conclude with a panel discussion and question and answer period.
The program, which will run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., has been accepted for 6 CLE credit hours. The event may be streamed live or recorded for future use and publication. For more information and to pre-register for the event, contact April Hurley at 865.545.5339 or email [email protected].
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The Lincoln Memorial University-Duncan School of Law (LMU-DSOL) is located in Knoxville’s Historic Old City Hall Building. LMU-DSOL is an integral part of LMU’s values-based learning community, and is dedicated to preparing the next generation of lawyers to provide sound legal service in the often underserved region of Appalachia and beyond. For more information about LMU-DSOL, call 1.800.325.0900, ext. 5303 or visit us online at www.LMUnet.edu/law.
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