American Constitution Society

OU Law’s chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) is a small, but significant, part of the national organization’s aim to effect positive, progressive change and to counter the conservative legal movement that it sees as “erod[ing] our enduring constitutional values.” While it is a left-leaning organization, the ACS welcomes students from all political backgrounds and encourages tough, but amiable, debates. Meetings often include notable speakers that discuss current events, their constitutionality (or lack thereof), and include time for Q&A. OU Law’s chapter of the ACS did not hold regular meetings until 2015, and it is now proud to host some of the school’s best-attended lunch and learns.

For more information about the American Constitution Society, please visit https://www.acslaw.org/about.

Updated 08/31/2017 by OU Law: lawcommunications@ou.edu

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