Constitution Day: “Bush v Gore at 20: The Case That Decided the Presidency”
September 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Each year, UNC School of Law organizes the campus-wide Constitution Day celebration to commemorate September 17, the day on which the Constitution of the United States was signed. Constitution Day allows schools and colleges across the country to reflect on United States history, the deeper meanings within the Constitution and hopes it represents for the future.
The law school will celebrate the federal observance this year with a virtual lunchtime conversation on September 25:
Bush v Gore at 20: The Case That Decided the Presidency
Professor William Marshall and Professor Kerrel Murray will be joined for this discussion by Teresa Wynn Roseborough ’86, who served as one of the lead litigators in the Bush v. Gore (2000) case and is currently serving as general counsel at The Home Depot. Dean Mary-Rose Papandrea will moderate.