Legal scholar speaks at Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event

Legal scholar speaks at Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event

Thu Oct 20, 2016
Legal scholar Jonathan Turley recently spoke at a Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series event at the Dow Academic Center at Brazosport College. Pictured are, from left, Brazosport College Foundation Development Officer Sherrie Garrett; Womens Lecture Luncheon Series committee members Barbara Monical and Anita Rau; Brazosport College President Dr. Millicent Valek; Jonathan Turley; and Brazosport College Vice President, College Advancement Serena Andrews.

Nationally recognized legal scholar Jonathan Turley recently appeared at the Brazosport College Foundation’s first Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series of the year.

Professor Turley has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law. He has written more than three dozen academic articles that have appeared in many leading law journals at Cornell, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard and other schools.

During the luncheon on Oct. 13 at the Dow Academic Center at Brazosport College, Professor Turley presented an address titled “Separation Anxiety: The Rise of Presidential Power and the ‘Fourth Branch’ in the Madisonian System.” 

The Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series is a series of events intended to help promote cultural enrichment for all women hosted by the Brazosport College Foundation.

This year’s Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series has two more events scheduled, with Rwandan genocide survivor Immaculèe Ilibagiza on February 16, followed by actress Linda Evans on April 6.

For more information about the Women’s Lecture Luncheon Series, call 979.230.3234.