Location: Gerard Dining Hall
Marymount University will celebrate its tenth annual Constitution Day Luncheon with a distinguished guest speaker, Dr. Adam Mossoff, professor of law at George Mason University and nationally recognized expert on constitutional protection of intellectual property rights.
Dr. Mossoff’s talk is titled “Patents as Property Rights: The Uniquely American Constitutional Mandate for Promoting Innovation.”
The entire Marymount community is invited to this free event, which marks the 226th anniversary of the framing of the U.S. Constitution.
The Constitution Day Luncheon and presentation is hosted by MU’s Department of History and Politics as the annual springboard event of its American Heritage Initiative, an educational program to advance understanding of and commitment to American founding principles among Marymount students and the wider community.
For questions about the Constitution Day Luncheon, please contact Dr. Patrick Mullins, assistant professor of history, at email@example.com.