Lansing Community College

LCC hosting panel discussion about Supreme Court for Constitution Day

LCC’s Political Science and Honors programs will host three distinguished guests to discuss the topic “How Voting Impacts the Supreme Court” for this year’s Constitution Day panel. Guests include Cooley Law School Dean Emeritus Michael McDaniel, retired District Judge Charles Filice, and attorney and former LCC faculty Mary Kay Scullion.
 
The event will be held 4-6 p.m. Sept. 21 in Arts & Sciences rooms 1310 and 1304, and all employees, students and community members are invited to participate. Light refreshments and pocket copies of the U.S. Constitution will be available. The panel will also be livestreamed via Webex. Learn more and access the link when available online.
 
It is important to recognize that the forum’s intent is not to debate partisan issues nor specific court decisions; rather, panelists will explore the question of the significance and influence of voting on the U.S. Supreme Court. All participants are asked to observe a tone of decorum and civility.

 

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