Loyola University New Orleans College Of Law And United Way Of Southeast Louisiana Unveil The Nancy M. Marsiglia Institute Of Justice

 

 NEW ORLEANS — Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and United Way of Southeast Louisiana will announce on Wednesday, May 30, the launch of the Nancy M. Marsiglia Institute of Justice – a 12-week course on the U.S. Constitution named in honor of the late Nancy Meyers Marsiglia.

“We are excited to partner with Loyola in this opportunity to engage and empower the people of Southeast Louisiana in memory of Nancy,” said UWSELA President and CEO Michael Williamson. “Nancy valued equity in all facets of life, and we look forward to advancing her belief for a better, brighter future for all among the next generation of advocates.”

The Institute will be conducted through 12 two-hour sessions to be held on Thursday evenings at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. Each session will explore the U.S. Constitution through its articles, Bill of Rights and amendments. 

The semester-long course will be offered in the fall of 2018 and spring of 2019. 

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