A symposium addressing the impact of legal systems on social structures around the world will be Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 10-12, in Room 303 of Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark Law School.
The two-day workshop is co-hosted by the Law School and the David M. Kennedy International Center. Admission to the symposium is free. For luncheon reservations, contact Carolyn Stewart at 378-6384.Sessions at the conference will focus on the effect world legal systems have on the family, religion, the workplace and other formal and informal social structures that play an intermediary role between the state and the individual.
Respected scholars and practitioners from around the world will address topics of interest to those involved in political science, business, family and social science, religious studies, international studies, law and higher education.
Further information on conference speakers as well as the symposium schedule is available in the third floor lobby of the law school or the Wilkinson Center Information Booth.