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Join Us to Celebrate Law Day on April 27th at 3 p.m. EDT

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Law Day is a national day set aside to celebrate the rule of law and an opportunity to understand how law and the legal process protect liberty and promote justice. The theme of this year’s Law Day is “Cornerstones of Democracy: Civics, Civility, and Collaboration.”

The Law Library of Congress and the American Bar Association hope you can join us, via webinar, for this year’s Law Day celebration on April 27th at 3 p.m. EDT. The topic of this panel discussion will be, “Civility and Collaboration: U.S. and International Perspectives.” It will feature a conversation about how selected jurisdictions have worked to increase bipartisanship, civics education, and civic engagement.
You can register here.

An image of a map of the US colored in a patriotic theme that advertises the 2023 National Law Day program that centers around Cornerstones of Democracy.
Join the American Bar Association and the Law Library of Congress to Celebrate Law Day. Graphic courtesy of the American Bar Association.

National Law Day Chair Sharon Stern Gerstman and Law Librarian of Congress Aslihan Bulut will provide remarks.

The panel includes:
Dean Nicholas Allard, Jacksonville University College of Law
American Bar Association President Deborah Enix-Ross
Law Library of Congress Senior Foreign Law Specialist Ruth Levush
Law Library of Congress Foreign Law Specialist Kayahan Cantekin

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  1. 4/12. The title of this panel discussion was updated.

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