The Unity Summit
Make plans now to attend this summit in Jackson, MS, at the Mississippi College School of Law
The Constitution and its Bill of Rights are the foundation of the American Republic. Today, the political leaders of our country are working to change and in some cases eliminate the liberties guaranteed by these sacred documents. The Unity Summit, a national conference for lawyers, legislators, and interested citizens, will inform and educate attendees by bringing a diverse group of experienced attorneys and legislators together to discuss how American citizens’ First, Second, and Seventh Amendment rights are being threatened.
Current political leaders have blamed the liberties enshrined in the Bill of Rights for the dramatic negative changes in society that have occurred during the last decade. Their solution, it seems, is to pass legislation changing or even eliminating liberties in order to “fix” the American people. Thus, the right of free speech and free exercise of religion, the right to own and bear arms, and the right to a civil trial by jury all are being undermined by government officials and special interest groups intent on being politically correct rather than adhering to the Constitution. It is important for all Americans – lawyers, legislators, and interested citizens alike – to stay informed on these issues that affect our daily lives.
The Unity Summit, hosted by the Mississippi College School of Law, will provide attendees with the tools and information necessary to be a better informed lawyer, legislator, and American citizen.
If you are concerned about our rights, this event is for you!
Hosted by the Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson, MS
|Thursday, March 13th||Friday, March 14th|
|Registration and Breakfast||7:30AM – 8:45AM||Breakfast & Guest Speaker||7:30AM – 9:15AM|
|Conference Sessions||9:00AM – 4:45PM||Conference Sessions||9:15AM – 3:00PM|
|Evening Reception||5:00PM – 6:30PM||Conference Concludes||3:00PM|
This 2-day event features leading Constitutional defenders including…