A 5:30 p.m. panel discussion at Elon Law in Greensboro and streamed live to main campus will give the community an opportunity to ask questions of scholars who have closely followed the impact of President Donald Trump's recent decrees.
‘Understanding the Recent Executive Order on Immigration’
Monday, February 6
Room 207 at Elon Law (201 N. Greene Street in downtown Greensboro) and live streamed to Global Commons 103 on Elon University’s main campus
Sponsored by the Elon University Council on Civic Engagement & the Elon Law Inclusive Community Workgroup
Jason Husser, Assistant Professor of Political Science & Faculty Fellow for Civic Engagement, director of the Elon University Poll
Gary Liao, Clinical Practitioner in Residence, Elon Law’s Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic
Woody Pelton, Elon University’s Dean of Global Education
Laura Roselle, Professor of Political Science & Policy Studies
Jessica Yañez L’11, Yañez Immigration Law (Greensboro, N.C.)
A panel of experts will be addressing President Donald Trump’s recent Executive Order on Immigration, as well as the rule of law surrounding executive orders, the role of the attorney general and other legal counsel in presidential actions and international relations impact. Panelists will discuss the immediate and potential future impact of the order, why are people protesting it and arguments in defense of the order.
This panel will be held at Elon’s Law School in Greensboro but will be live streamed to an audience on campus in Global Commons 103. Audience members at Elon will be able to ask questions just as if they were in Greensboro using Web-X technology.