The Spirit, Letter, & Impact of the Law

The Spirit, Letter, & Impact of the Law

Monday, November 4, 2013

6-8P.M.

Hampton/Newport News Room, Webb University Center

 

Join in on a discussion designed to raise awareness of how state and federal laws are enacted, increase consciousness and a sense of social responsibility around the broader implications of the law, and inform the campus community about opportunities for positive legal reform advocacy.

Featured panelists:

Donald Smith, Ph.D.

Association Professor, Dept. of Sociology and Criminal Justice, ODU

 

Douglas A. Ramseur, Esq.

Capital Defender, Office of the Capital, Defender for Southeastern Virginia, Commonwealth of Virginia

 

Charlene Morring, Esq.

Partner, Montagna, Klein, Camden L.L.P., Norfolk, VA

 

Gordon C. Ufkes, Esq.

Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Office of the Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney

 

Peter Decker III, Esq.

Partner, Decker, Cardon, Thomas, Weintraub, and Neskis, PC, Norfolk, VA

 

Moderator:

Elizabeth Hoyes Esinhart, Esq.

Director, Interdisciplinary Studies Teach Preparation Program, ODU

 

For more information: Contact the Office of Intercultural Relations at oir@odu.edu or 757-683-4406.

Sponsored by: Student Government Association, Legal Resource Center, Pre-Law Association, Institute for the Study of Race & Ethnicity, and the Office of Intercultural Relations.

* SLILawFlyer.pdf  (1.1 MB)

Posted By: Stephanie Riggs
Date: Mon Oct 28 09:17:00 EDT 2013