2018 Constitution Day: The Supreme Court
|When||September 17, 2018, 11:00 AM|
|Where||McKnight Hall, Bonnie E. Cone University Center, UNC Charlotte|
|Speaker(s)||Dick Bowser, professor, Campbell University, Adrian Wiggins School of Law, and John Szmer, professor, UNC Charlotte Department of Political Science and Public Administration|
|Registration Details & Deadlines||no registration needed|
|Who is Invited||General public, UNC Charlotte campus community|
|Parking Details||Visitor parking is available for a minimal fee in the Cone Deck next to Cone Center.|
What is at stake in the confirmation process of President Trump's nominee to the United States Supreme Court will be the. Constitution Day topic of discussion by Dick Bowser, a professor at Campbell University's law school, and John Szmer, a professor in UNC Charlotte's Political Science and Public Policy Department on Monday, Sept. 17.
These two legal experts will be questioned by student leaders from the Pre-law Society, Levine Scholar's Program, Alpha Phi Sigma and the Criminal Justice & Criminology Graduate program during a 50-minute presentation that begins at 11:00am.
Constitution Day (also called Citizenship Day) is a federal observance that recognizes the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and those who have become United States citizens. It is celebrated officially on Sept. 17, the date in 1787 when delegates to the Constitutional Convention met to sign the document they created.
The observance is open to the public without charge.