School of Law helps prepare free speech case to be argued in U.S. Supreme Court
On Wednesday, Oct. 29, Liberty University School of Law aided in the preparation of a major free speech case that will soon be argued before the United States Supreme Court. Jay Sekulow, Chief Council for the American Center for Law and Justice, presented arguments before a panel of nine law professors and constitutional attorneys during a moot court session in the law school’s Supreme Courtroom. The case known as Pleasant Grove City v. Summum will be delivered on Nov. 12, 2008 before the United States Supreme Court.
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