Have you ever wanted to be a lawyer?
Are you interested in hot-button issues like these?
- race-based scholarships
- mandatory university activity fees
- workplace discrimination
If so, you may want to take Professor Baxter up on his invitation to attend his classes' "moot court" events, where talented students under the direction of one of Niagara University's most outrageously entertaining and provocative (as well as rigorous) professors will debate these issues.
It's your chance to sit in something like a courtroom where you actually know the lawyers, the judges, and the great professor presiding over it all.
Doc Baxter's information below; you can see his schedule of events here.
Each semester A LOT of unconstitutionality goes on in 127 Dunleavy! This semester Political Science 358 (American Judicial Process--Supreme Court) and Political Science 398 (Civil Rights in America) will be litigating some of the most pressuring issues in Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure, Equal Protection, Civil Rights & Discrimination, and Due Process law.
I would like to extend an invitation to all of you to attend any one of the attached Moot Court litigations and see some of Niagara University's best and brightest take on each other in our very serious mock trials. We will be "in session" from April 17 to April 26 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:15 am to 12:10 pm (Civil Rights in America) and then again from 1:25 pm to 2:20 pm (AJP-Supreme Court).