Law & Liberty with Faulkner University
Law is generally defined as the restraint on human action and liberty as the absence of restraint. So how can you have both in a free society? If you're interested in exploring individual freedom and the proper role of law, join FEE and The Blackstone & Burke Center for Law & Liberty at Faulkner University. This free event is being held on Thursday, September 21st and includes lunch and reading materials.
What's on the agenda?
Designed for undergraduates and high schoolers, attendees will engage with dynamic educators, make life-long connections with like-minded peers, and leave with a better understanding of:
- Individual freedom from both a legal and economic perspective
- The meaning of societal concepts like justice, rule of law, and property rights
- How concepts like justice and property contribute to economic growth
- The proper role of law in a civil society
Sign up today
Don't miss out! Sign up now and share this event with your network. If you have questions, you can contact Anna Jane Parrill at [email protected].
Welcome & Opening Remarks
What is Justice? (Jason Jewell)
Institutions, The Rule of Law, and Economic Growth (John Dove)
Fine Print: Form Contracts and Modern Markets (Laura Dove)
Property: Making People Free and Virtuous (Adam McLeod)
Why Do Lawyers Cost So Much? (Allen Mendenhall)
Faulkner University, AL
5345 Atlanta Highway
E.L. Collum Rotunda Auditorium – Building 1
Montgomery, AL 36109
Finalized parking instructions will be provided soon. In the meantime, here's the parking map.