Emory Law's OUTLaw student organization will host this networking event for undergraduates, law students and attorneys. This provides great opportunity for undergrad students to explore life as an out law student or lawyer and allows law students to interact with out attorneys and legal professionals.
Event specifics will become available in the coming weeks.
For more information, please contact Stonewall Law Student Representative and Emory 2L Trevor Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2017 theme provides the opportunity to explore the many ways that the Fourteenth Amendment has reshaped American law and society. Through its Citizenship, Due Process and Equal Protection clauses, this transformative amendment advanced the rights of all Americans. It also played a pivotal role in extending the reach of the Bill of Rights to the states. Ratified during Reconstruction a century and a half ago, the Fourteenth Amendment serves as the cornerstone of landmark civil rights legislation, the foundation for numerous federal court decisions protecting fundamental rights, and a source of inspiration for all those who advocate for equal justice under law.
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