Government and Public Sector Committee (CGP191205): The Legal Foundations of Impeachment

December 5, 2019

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

University of Connecticut School of Law

Starr Reading Room, 55 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, Connecticut United States

43 people have already registered for this event.

  • Carolyn Ikari
  • Edwin Maley
  • Elaine Rogers
  • Robert Shea
  • Cara Passaro
  • William Beccaro
  • Joel Rudikoff
  • Tim Holzman
  • Donald Borod
  • James Ralls
  • Sandra Trionfini
  • Walter Menjivar
  • Cynthia Isales
  • Nick Bombace
  • Douglas Spencer
  • Alix Simonetti
  • Juliett Crawford
  • Jonathan Weiner
  • Bill Chapman
  • Jessica Torres
  • Cherie Phoenix-Sharpe
  • Jessie Opinion
  • Jaclyn Donnelly
  • Vita Litvin
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  • Joe Quinn
  • Bill O'Shea
  • Shannon McCarthy
  • Claire Coleman
  • Kathryn Engustian
  • Nicole Demers
  • Courtney Murgia
  • Jennifer Dease
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  • Louise Nadeau
  • Steve Strom
  • Elizabeth Keyes
  • David Desjardins
  • monica o'connell
  • Christine Jean-Louis
  • Alyssa Torres

Speaker

Professor Douglas Spencer, University of Connecticut School of Law

Program Description

Impeachment is both a political and a legal process. In what ways does the law outweigh the politics? How does impeachment differ from traditional congressional oversight? What can previous impeachments teach us about recent events? Take a look behind the headlines, at the historical underpinnings of impeachment law.

CLE Credits

1.5 CT CLE Credits | 0.0 NY CLE Credits

Cost

$15 
(There will be appetizers and a cash bar available.)

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