|DATE:||Friday, March 3, 2006|
New York Law School is hosting "A Conference on Perspectives on Postconflict Constitutionalism." This all-day event will examine the constitution-making processes in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as the theoretical implications of postconflict constitutionalism.
To view the conference brochure, click here or copy this link into your browser: /user_files/1/3/4/97/Postconflict_Constitutionalism_Brochure.pdf
|TIME:||10 a.m.–5 p.m.|
|CONTACT:||Edith Sachs, New York Law School, 212.431.2187 or email@example.com|
|PRESENTED BY:||U.S. Association of Constitutional Law, together with New York Law School’s Comparative Law and Politics Workshop and the New York Law School Law Review|
|ADDRESS/LOCATION:||Wellington Conference Center, New York Law School, 47 Worth Street, New York, N.Y. 10013 (between Church Street and West Broadway)|
|DIRECTIONS:||Via Subway: 1 to Franklin Street; 2, 3, A, C to Chambers Street.|
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Founded in 1891, New York Law School is the second oldest independent law school in the United States. Drawing on its location near the centers of law, government, and finance in New York City, its faculty of noted and prolific scholars has built the school’s curricular strength in the areas of tax law, labor and employment law, civil and human rights law, media and information law, urban legal studies, international and comparative law, and interdisciplinary fields such as legal history and legal ethics. New York Law School has more than 11,000 graduates and enrolls some 1500 students in its full- and part-time J.D. program. It is one of only two law schools in the metropolitan area to offer the Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Tax Law.