The Constitution's Bill of Rights is 200 years old this year, and many schools and organizations will have programs noting the events.
Friday, Feb. 1, a workshop will be held for individuals or organizations interested in exploring resources and options for such programs. The sessions will be in the Utah State Bar Law and Justice Center, 645 S. 200 East.Washington columnist Jack Anderson will be keynote speaker. Participating in a panel discussion will be Anderson; Dee Benson, U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah; Judge Judith Billings, Utah Court of Appeals; Michael Gerhardt, College of William and Mary; Brigham Young University President Rex Lee; and Judge Monroe McKay, U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Sponsors are the Utah Humanities Council, the Utah Commission on the Bill of Rights and the Utah State Bar, Young Lawyers Section.