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A Conversation with the Law Librarian of Congress Aslihan Bulut and the National Law Day Chair Orlando Lucero

To help kick off the celebration of Law Day, the Law Library of Congress and the American Bar Association are excited to bring you a conversation between the American Bar Association’s Law Day Chair Orlando Lucero and the Law Librarian of Congress Aslihan Bulut. American Bar Association President Reginald M. Turner provides opening remarks. The topic of the conversation concerns this year’s Law Day theme, “Toward a More Perfect Union: The Constitution in Times of Change.”

A poster for Law Day 2022 events, title, "Toward a More Perfect Union: The Constitution in Times of Change."

We hope you can join us on April 28th at 3pm EDT to celebrate Law Day.

We also want to invite you to celebrate Law Day with us on April 28th at 3pm EDT with a panel discussion that will explore moments of constitutional change in the United States, especially in more recent years. The panel will look at constitutional amendments, as well as social movements that led to legislation, shifts in U.S. Supreme Court jurisprudence, and other indicators of significant legal change. Please register here.

One Comment

  1. Adedoyin Adeeko
    April 25, 2022 at 10:48 am

    National Law day is a wonderful day to celebrate the rule of Law and Also to protect the liberty and access to justice for all.
    Rule of Law is a checks and Balances constitutional concepts that highlights the supremacy of Law over excessive abuse use of power in the society

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