RALEIGH, N.C. – Professor E. Gregory Wallace participated in “Conversations on the Constitution” held at N.C. State University on Oct. 10 in celebration of Constitution Day. He spoke as a panelist on the impact 9/11 has had on constitutional issues of war powers, civil liberties, privacy, and security. He addressed the changes and challenges of the past decade on interpretations of the Constitution advanced by the President, Congress, and the Supreme Court. Constitution Day is observed nationwide every year as a way to celebrate the U.S. Constitution and to educate students about how this document impacts them as citizens.
“We are proud to have professors at Campbell Law such as Greg, who do so much to educate not only our students, but also the entire community by participating in engaging discussions such as this,” said Melissa Essary, dean of Campbell Law. “Constitution Day is an amazing way to bring students, faculty and the community together to discuss the constitutional issues affecting our nation.”
Wallace holds two advanced law degrees from the University of Virginia School of Law and joined the Campbell law faculty in 1995. He provides frequent public commentary on current constitutional issues.
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