Help Celebrate Constitution Day with Layman's Legal
Thursday, September 17, 2009
- Organization: Tulsa County Bar Association
To celebrate Constitution Day, the Tulsa County Bar Association is putting on a "Layman's Legal" series, including a panel presentation on the First Amendment which focuses on the separation of church and state.
This is a FREE program, taking place on September 22, from 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in the Central Library, Fourth Street and Denver Avenue, in Aaronson Auditorium, Tulsa, OK.
John Hall, Tulsa attorney will moderate while Judge Thomas R. Brett, attorney Schaad Titus, Senator Andrew Rice and Sheryl Siddiqui of the Islamic Society of Tulsa moderate.
Other topics of discussion include the recent U.S. Supreme Court cases involving the First Amendment.
"Layman's Legal," co-sponsored by the Tulsa Library Trust, is a brown-bag series that brings together legal professionals and the public for a general discussion of common legal issues.
"Layman's Legal" has other upcoming events that include "The Criminal Process," on October 15, "Elder Law," on November 19, "Family Law," on January 21, "Immigration Law," on February 18, and "Rights in the Workplace," on May 20. All these programs are scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. in the Central Library's Lecture Room.