Constitutional Interpretation and Race 2012: A Review of Constitutional Decisions and Their Impact on Asians, Blacks, Native Americans and Other Races


Wednesday, September 19, 2012


Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, assoc prof., John Jay College of Criminal Justice


14 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10007
United States


member $35 nonmember $55


6-8:05 pm

CLE Credits:

2 hrs


In honor of Constitution Day, the NYCLA CLE Institutes welcomes back noted author and lecturer Gloria J. Browne-Marshall for an updated look at the constitutional provisions and Supreme Court decisions interpreting them that have had a profound impact on many races in the United States, most notably Asians, Native Americans and Blacks. Understand how the cases came about, the constitutional provisions brought into play and the prospects for future constitutional interpretation. Special attention will be paid to ethical issues raised by the cases under discussion.


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