The Constitution Day Lecture brings a distinguished speaker to the University of Maine School of Law annually to reflect on the significance of the U.S. Constitution. The Lecture typically takes place in September.

2019 Constitution Day Lecture

Due to other obligations, Judge Walker will be unable to deliver the annual Constitution Day Lecture next Tuesday.
 
However, we are excited to announce that the Constitution Day Lecture will now be presented by Professor Anthony Moffa and Interim Dean Dmitry Bam. Please join us on Tuesday, September 17 at 12:10 pm in the Moot Court Room for what is sure to be a riveting discussion/conversation/debate about a potential new Constitutional Convention. They’ll talk about what a Constitutional Convention might look like, who would participate, pros and cons, any other related issues. Lunch from The Works will be provided.
For additional information on the 2019 Constitution Day Lecture, please contact the Law School at 207.780.4344 or mainelaw@maine.edu.