Sudha Setty, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Development & Intellectual Life at Western New England University School of Law, will speak on Security and Civil Liberties under Trump: What Can We Learn from the First 100 Days? on Wednesday, May 10 at noon in the third floor Community Room at One Financial Plaza,1350 Main Street (Corner of Main & Court), in downtown Springfield.
The cost for members is $5 without a lunch and $15 with a lunch provided. Nonmembers cost is $10 without a lunch and $20 with a lunch provided. To reserve a sandwich–tuna, turkey or vegetarian–email or call the World Affairs Council office at 413-733-0110. You can register online with a credit card here.
The registration deadline for this event is Monday, May 8.
Sudha Setty is a Professor of Law and the Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Intellectual Life. She specializes in the areas of comparative law and national security. Her scholarly publications address secrecy, separation of powers and rule of law issues in the comparative constitutional context. Prior to joining the faculty of Western New England in 2006, Professor Setty was a litigator with the New York firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell, where she focused on antitrust and securities regulation matters. She served as defense counsel in civil, regulatory, and criminal matters involving national security issues, including terrorism financing investigations and lawsuits, and a pro bono matter challenging sentencing guidelines for those convicted of terrorist acts. Her pro bono practice also included litigating federal civil rights cases.
The Instant Issues series is generously sponsored by Wilbraham & Monson Academy, Charista Construction, and Sir Speedy. Special thanks to NAI Plotkin.