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星期五, 1月 22, 2016

Law Students Host Legal Experts to Discuss the Future of School Choice

Law Students Host Legal Experts to Discuss the Future of School Choice


BOSTON (January 22, 2016) 
– The Boston University School of Law Chapter of the Federalist Society is hosting a presentation of legal experts to discuss the impact of school choice on education on Monday, January 25.

The event, “An Idea Whose Time Has Come: School Choice for Everyone,” will feature a discussion with legal experts and members of the faculty and will be held at the Boston University Sumner Redstone Building, Room 410, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. The event is timed to coincide with National School Choice Week (January 24-30, 2016), which will be the largest series of education-related events in U.S. history.

Clark Neily, senior attorney with the Institute for Justice, will be the keynote speaker, addressing the importance of school choice and how the students, as future lawyers, can impact the legal landscape.

“As conservative and libertarian law students, we seek to show the importance of parental choice and its impact on how children are educated. We believe in keeping education matters local to the extent possible so that decisions can be as effective as possible,” said Jaclyn Reinhart, a second-year law student and executive vice president Boston University School of Law Chapter of the Federalist Society.

Organizers expect over 75 law students and faculty members to be in attendance.

For more information, contact Jaclyn Reinhart at jreinha3@bu.edu.