Events Calendar

17 Sep
Constitution Day 2020
Event Type

Virtual

Topic

Diversity, Governance

Target Audience

Undergraduate Students, Staff, Alumni, Faculty, Graduate Students

University Unit
School of Law: Office of the Dean
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Constitution Day 2020

The Constitution of Enslavement and the Constitution of Freedom: A Conversation about Professor William Carter’s Scholarship and the Contemporary Relevance of the 13th Amendment 

Featuring: William M. Carter, Jr.,  
John E. Murray Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law

William M. Carter Jr. is a Professor of Law at Pitt Law and led the school as dean for six years. Prior to joining Pitt Law, Carter was Professor of Law at the Temple University Beasley School of Law and Case Western Reserve Law School. He is a leading scholar of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.

Join Pitt Law for a discussion of Professor Carter’s 13th Amendment scholarship, with commentary and reflections by Professor David Harris and visiting Professor Jalila Jefferson-Bullock. Dean Amy J. Wildermuth will present welcoming remarks and Professor Deborah Brake will moderate.

Suggested pre-reading: The Second Founding and the First Amendment and A Thirteenth Amendment Framework for Combating Racial Profiling

Click to register. Further instructions will be sent to join our event via email.

Thursday, September 17 at 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

Constitution Day 2020

The Constitution of Enslavement and the Constitution of Freedom: A Conversation about Professor William Carter’s Scholarship and the Contemporary Relevance of the 13th Amendment 

Featuring: William M. Carter, Jr.,  
John E. Murray Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law

William M. Carter Jr. is a Professor of Law at Pitt Law and led the school as dean for six years. Prior to joining Pitt Law, Carter was Professor of Law at the Temple University Beasley School of Law and Case Western Reserve Law School. He is a leading scholar of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.

Join Pitt Law for a discussion of Professor Carter’s 13th Amendment scholarship, with commentary and reflections by Professor David Harris and visiting Professor Jalila Jefferson-Bullock. Dean Amy J. Wildermuth will present welcoming remarks and Professor Deborah Brake will moderate.

Suggested pre-reading: The Second Founding and the First Amendment and A Thirteenth Amendment Framework for Combating Racial Profiling

Click to register. Further instructions will be sent to join our event via email.

Thursday, September 17 at 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

Event Type

Virtual