Join OCU School of Law, Thursday, March 30, for Professor Helen Norton’s lecture “When Speakers’ and Listeners’ First Amendment Interests Collide.”
Helen Norton is University Distinguished Professor and Rothgerber Chair in Constitutional Law. Her scholarly and teaching interests include constitutional law and civil rights law. Before entering academia, Professor Norton served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Justice, and as Director of Legal and Public Policy at the National Partnership for Women & Families, and she currently serves as Special Counsel on Constitutional and Civil Rights for Colorado’s Attorney General. She has been honored with the Excellence in Teaching Award on multiple occasions and appointed as a University of Colorado Presidential Teaching Scholar. Her work has been published by Cambridge University Press, Duke Law Journal, Northwestern University Law Review, Stanford Law Review Online, and the Supreme Court Review, among others.
The lecture will take place from 5:00- 6:00 PM with a light reception following.
Oklahoma City University School of Law, Crowe and Dunlevy Rooms (third floor). Use the North Doors to enter the Law School.