Annual Supreme Court Review & Preview to be Held September 30th

          Same-sex Marriage; Federalism; Criminal Law; and More!

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          Same-sex Marriage; Federalism; Criminal Law; and More!

          Please join us for the UC Hastings’ Annual Supreme Court Review and Preview,

          Featuring: 

          • U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Consuelo María Callahan
          • Morgan Lewis Partner, Supreme Court Advocate Tom Gede (Chair, UC Hastings Board of Directors)
          • Provost & Academic Dean Elizabeth L. Hillman
          • Moderated by Professor Rory Little

          Wednesday, September 30, 2015
          3:30 pm – 5:00 pm, LBM Lounge
          Fantastic Refreshments!

          Co-Sponsored by Academic Dean’s Office, CLQ, Federalist Society & La Raza

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