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Planting Law and Democracy in Sustainable Soil

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
McCollum Hall Room: Room 111
1875 N 42nd St
Lincoln NE 68583
Target Audiences:
Katie Pfannenstiel, (402) 472-8382,
Bruce Ledewitz, Adrian Van Kaam Endowed Chair in Scholarly Excellence and Professor of Law at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University, will present Planting Law and Democracy in Sustainable Soil.

During his talk, Ledwitz will discuss a lack of hope and disparagement of truth are endangering American public life. We can sustain constitutional democracy only when we begin to recover from the cultural nihilism engendered by the Death of God. Law school needs to become a place where students can investigate what kind of beings we are and what kind of universe we live in.

This lecture is part of Nebraska Law’s Law and Democracy Series, provided by generous support from Barb and Ron Schaefer.

This program has been approved for for 1.0 continuing legal education credit in Nebraska.

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