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Trump Presidency: What it means for law and social justice

Trump Presidency: What it means for law and social justice

Thursday, Nov. 17
1 p.m. 

Philip H. Corboy Law Center
25 E. Pearson Street
Power Rogers & Smith Ceremonial Courtroom, 10th Floor

Join the American Constitution Society and members of Loyola University Chicago's distinguished law faculty to discuss the potential impact President-Elect Trump’s policies will have on the law and social justice. The event will focus on several key areas including (but not limited to) healthcare, the economy, minority rights, immigration, women’s rights and the Supreme Court vacancy. The event will also provide students with the opportunity to discuss their concerns and ask questions about the implications of a Trump presidency.

FACULTY SPEAKERS

Steven Ramirez, Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Director, Business Law Center
Barry Sullivan, Loyola's Cooney and Conway Chair in Advocacy
Juan Perea, Professor of Law 

Pizza and soft drinks will be provided.

This program is sponsored by the American Constitution Society, Black Law Student Association, Child Law Society, Cultural Impact Initiative, Health Law Society, Loyola Law Democrats, Muslim Law Students Association, National Lawyer’s Guild, OUTLaw, PILS, Political Law Association, SUFEO, and Women’s Law Society.