The American Constitution Society of the Georgia School of Law is a nonpartisan society whose mission is to harness the values of compassion and respect for each individual, and to incorporate them into American law and politics, in order to build a stronger and more decent national community. The Society's role is to influence the debate on the law, both in its interpretation and its creation, and to restore these traditional American values to their rightful place in legal and political debate. Our goal is a rekindling of the hope that by reason and decency, we can create an America that is better for us all.
Advisor: Professor Russel Gabriel
President: Holly Stephens - email@example.com
Vice President of Communication and Outreach: Charles Hoffman - firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President of Programming: Taran Harmon-Walker - email@example.com
Secretary: Zachary Kaiser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter Liaison: Meredith Bradshaw - email@example.com
Event Chair: Marc Bennett - firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Chair: Maigan Jenkins - email@example.com
Event Chair: Jake Knanishu - firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Chair: Jarvis Steele - email@example.com
Event Chair: Daniel Zimmer - firstname.lastname@example.org
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