Constitutional law theme of upcoming Springfield Mini Law School lecture series

Have you ever considered going to law school? Do you have questions about the legal system? This fall, Mini Law School for the Public is back, and Springfield-area residents will have an opportunity to beef up on their law-related knowledge under the direction of area professors and professionals, including retired Supreme Court of Missouri Judge John Holstein, Springfield attorney and author Tom Strong and Drury University professors Dr. Dan Ponder and Dr. Ted Vaggalis. Mini Law School participants will hear six lectures on a range of constitutional law topics—from religious freedoms and other constitutional foundations to voting rights and Miranda laws. There is no testing or homework—just learning in a relaxed environment.

The six-week course is sponsored by The Missouri Bar and the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Foundation and will take place from 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. each Tuesday, Sept. 13-Oct. 18, at the Library Center Auditorium in Springfield. A $25 registration fee covers all six lectures and course materials. Registration is available online or by calling 866-366-0270. See the full course schedule at

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