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August
2019
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05:16 PM
America/Chicago

Springfield Metropolitan Bar Foundation announces "Mini Bar" lecture series for the public

Summary

Beginning Sept. 3, Springfield residents have the opportunity to attend local lectures on legal basics, sponsored by the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Foundation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The law is a day-to-day reality in everyone’s life. From the speed limits we follow on our way to work, to the decisions we make about our families, our work, and our finances, our laws govern how we live. The more you know about those laws, the better you can navigate through life.

Beginning Sept. 3, Springfield residents have the opportunity to attend local lectures on legal basics, sponsored by the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Foundation. This five-week series will include the following topics taught by judges, lawyers and law professors:

2019 Mini Bar Lecture Series

Sept. 10 - How Women Got the Right to Vote | Tom Strong, Strong-Garner-Bauer P.C.

Sept. 17 - Free Speech in the Age of Social Media | Dean Lyrissa Lidsky, University of Missouri School of Law

Sept. 24 - Crime, Punishment, Public Policy – Expungement and Other Hot Topics | Tom Carver, Carver, Cantin & Mynarich

Oct. 1 - Civil Liability - The Reality not The Fear | Neil Chanter, Strong-Garner-Bauer P.C.

Oct. 8 - The Fourth Amendment, Privacy and Cell Phones | Judge Jason Brown, 31st Judicial Circuit (Greene County) 

Participants will meet each Tuesday night from 7-8:30 p.m. on the Missouri State University campus. A $25 fee covers the entire five-week series, guaranteeing you a seat at each of these engaging presentations.

Ready to register? Start here. For more information, go to SpringfieldBar.com or email info@springfieldbar.com.