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Watch this event live starting at 7:30pm, Feb 1.
This event is sold out. There will be a standby line at the door. Presidential transitions raise a host of important questions. Among them, how much power does a president have? In what ways will an incoming president exercise that power? And how, if at all, can individuals participate in the political process once the election is over? The University of Washington School of Law invites members of the public to join a panel of scholars to discuss the scope, and limits, of presidential power in modern politics. Topics include how President Trump plans to exercise power in his own administration and how members of the public can remain engaged, beyond the ballot box, in the political process.
Bob Anderson, Environmental and Natural Resource Law
Angelica Chazaro, Immigration Law
Trevor Gardner, Criminal Law
Sallie Sanford, Health Care Law
Kathryn Watts, Administrative Law and Presidential Power
Moderator: Lisa Manheim, Constitutional and Election Law
Presented by: University of Washington School of Law and Town Hall as a part of our Civics series.
Series supported by:
True Brown Foundation
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