University of Rochester

EVENT: Symposium with Supreme Court Justice Antonia Scalia on the Meaning of the Constitution

October 21, 2011

WHAT: Presidential Symposium on Great Issues of the 21st Century: "The Meaning of the Constitution"

WHO: Panelists include: Associate Justice Antonin Scalia of the U.S. Supreme Court, Margaret H. Marshall, former chief justice, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court; and Robert D. Sack '60, judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second District. The symposium is moderated by Arthur Miller '56, '08 (Honorary), noted television host and law professor.

TIME, DATE, PLACE: 2 to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Alexander Palestra in the University of Rochester's Goergen Athletic Center.

MEDIA RESTRICTIONS: Video and audio recordings for broadcast are prohibited. Still images may be taken during the first minute or two of Justice Scalia's remarks and again at the conclusion of his talk. Reporters are allowed to take notes and recording devices are permitted for note-taking purposes but not for broadcast. A designated area for media is just inside the doors of the Palestra and our representative will be there to assist media. Please wear the Meliora Weekend media credentials that were delivered to media outlets today.

PARKING: Parking will be in the Library Lot or the Intercampus Drive Lot.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Susan Hagen 585-576-5945 or susan.hagen@rochester.edu.




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