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Oct. 8, 2003 -- No. 524
Legal scholars and historians to discuss challenge of regulating loyalty by law
Friday (Oct. 10), 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Carolina Club (George Watts Hill Alumni Center) and UNC School of Law
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law’s North Carolina Law Review will host a conference titled "Law, Loyalty and Treason: How Can the Law Regulate Loyalty Without Imperiling It?"
Media representatives are invited to attend the program, which will bring scholars, policy-makers, lawyers, school administrators and political figures to Chapel Hill to discuss issues related to treason, loyalty and national identity. Panel discussions will begin at 9:30 a.m. Among the panelists and participants are:
For more information on the conference, click on www.nclawreview.com or contact the Law Review office at (919) 962-3926 or email@example.com.
Coverage notes: The morning sessions and lunch will be held at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center, located on the UNC campus. Afternoon sessions, beginning at 2 p.m., will be held at the UNC School of Law, located on Ridge Road. Limited seating for members of the media will be available in both locations; to reserve seating, contact John Branch at (919) 962-3926 by 11 a.m. Thursday (Oct. 9).
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News Services contacts: Karen Moon, (919) 962-8595; or Deb Saine, (919)
School of Law contact: Audrey Ward, (919) 962-4125