CLE-Constitution Day Talk-Policing and the U.S. Constitution in the Age of Mass Protests


Thursday, September 17, 2020 -
6:00pm to 7:30pm


Online Webinar

Constitution Day Talk
Policing and the U.S. Constitution in the Age of Mass Protests

Via WebEx
September 17, 2020
6:00 -7:30 p.m.
Approved for 1.5 CLE credits

Registration is now closed.

The event is free and open to the public. Attendees must pre-register and may submit questions for the panelists on the registration form.  All registrants will be provided the WebEx meeting link via email the day of the event. 

Political protests occurred in 114 countries in 2019, and the United States emerged as an epicenter for these protests after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May, 2020. Protestors have called for reforming policing as part of the larger effort to address systemic racism in American law and society. Our panelists will offer their perspectives on this historic moment that raises profound constitutional questions about the role of policing in a democratic society.

Professor Frank Rudy Cooper 
Professor Rebecca Gill, Ph.D.
Professor Ian Bartrum
Professor David Tanenhaus

The event is held in association with the College of Liberal Arts’ University Forum lecture series
and is co-sponsored by the Executive Vice President and Provost, William S. Boyd School of Law, the departments of History and Political Science, and the Nevada Center for Civic Engagement.