February 5, 2010 16:03 Age: 4 yrs

Emory Law Offers Mini-Law School

Emory’s 2010 Mini-Law School program, a partnership with Emory University School of Law and Evening at Emory, begins at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16, at the Center for Lifelong Learning. The Mini-Law School program seeks to educate the general public about the law in areas affecting their daily lives.

Taught by renowned Emory Law professors, the six class sessions cover a variety of topics including constitutional law in relation to affirmative action and capital punishment, religion and the First Amendment and the financial crisis. Each topic focuses on recent court decisions and current events.

Classes meet Tuesdays from Feb. 16 to March 30, with no class on March 9, and tuition is $195. For more information, visit the Evening at Emory website.

Evening at Emory is a program of the Emory University Center for Lifelong Learning offering more than 150 academically challenging, socially engaging classes for adults, from foreign language and philosophy and dance to personal finance.

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