DON'T MISS Lunch with Leah Litman

THE NEXT WIL LUNCH:  JANUARY 15

Our speaker is UCI Professor Leah Litman

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Her topic: “Reproductive Justice in the Trump Era: Back to the Bad Old Days?”


The recent troubling turn of events on the Supreme Court, the fate of Roe v. Wade and the future of women’s reproductive rights will be the topic of our next WIL lunch.

Are we to return to the time when abortions were illegal and women were kept in their place?

What are the hopes for saving womens’ right to self-autonomy?  

Professor Leah Litman is an expert on the Supreme Court and federal powers. She was a clerk for retired Justice Kennedy. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Michigan Law School where she served as Editor in Chief of the Law Review. She is now a Professor at the School of Law at UCI

 

RSVP BY FRIDAY, JANUARY 11TH 

WHEN
January 15, 2019 at 12pm - 2pm
WHERE
Antonello's
3800 S Plaza Dr
Santa Ana, CA 92704
United States
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CONTACT
Melinda Seely ·

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$30.00 Member VEGETARIAN Ticket

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$5.00 Leadership Member Ticket

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LUNCH POLICIES
1. PAID RESERVATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL.
2. If you reserved and paid for a lunch, you will receive a refund if you cancel by the last day to RSVP on the invitation.
3. If you attend without prior payment, whether or not you have made a reservation, the cost at the door will be an additional $10.
4. We MAY have space for walk-ins but we are unable to guarantee space for you if you have not reserved and paid in advance.
-The Board of Directors

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