Ted Olson and David Boies to speak in Concord on May 17
The concluding public event of our pilot year, a conversation with renowned constitutional litigators Ted Olson and David Boies moderated by NHPR's Laura Knoy, will be held at the Capitol Center for the Arts on Friday, May 17th at 6 p.m.
Click here to reserve your seats or call 225-1111.
This event is free but tickets are required and it is now SOLD OUT. The Capitol Center will make standby tickets available on its website
. Standby ticket holders will be given first priority for any seats that remain unclaimed at 6 p.m. The Capitol Center will make every effort to ensure that all standby ticket holders will be seated, but they cannot guarantee seating for standby tickets.
If you reserved tickets but will not be able to attend the event, please notify the Capitol Center box office by e-mail
or call 225-1111 so your tickets can be released. We ask that ticketholders arrive on time for this event. If you are not in your seats when the event begins at 6 p.m. those seats will be released to standby ticket holders.
Community Conversations on Constitutional issues begin this spring in several communities. Click here to learn more and download readings.
Visit our In the Media page where you'll find op-eds by constitutional experts, student essays, videos, articles, book lists, and more resources on the Constitution.
Visit the new Constitutionally Speaking page on the Live Free or Die Alliance website, New Hampshire's statewide town hall, and check out other civics-related information there. The nonpartisan, nonprofit Live Free or Die Alliance aims to provide NH citizens with objective information about issues and candidates; promote the civil exchange of opinions in a variety of forums, online and in person; and connect citizens with their elected officials.
THANK YOU to all who participated in and supported the Constitutionally Speaking symposium on Saturday, November 17 at the UNH School of Law in Concord.
View videos of the symposium presentations here.
View photos of the symposium below.
Thanks also to all who helped make the September 14 launch event with Justice Souter and Margaret Warner a resounding success.
View video of the discussion here.
View Margaret Warner's blog post on the event here.
The aim of Constitutionally Speaking is two-fold: to engage NH citizens of all ages in civil yet spirited dialogue about important constitutional issues of our time; and to galvanize support for the reintroduction of meaningful civics education in our schools.
It is made possible in part by generous support from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the Hoffman Family Foundation, the Badger Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the Treat Foundation, Paul and Sandra Montrone, and the New Hampshire Bar Foundation’s Advancement of Justice Fund, Arthur & Esther Nighswander Justice Fund and The McLane Fund.
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