Stanford Constitutional Law Center will host the mid-September lecture

University of Chicago professor Cass R. Sunstein, considered one of the most influential law professors in the United States, will give the inaugural address in the Stanford Constitutional Law Center Lecture Series at Stanford Law School on September 18, 2006. Sunstein's lecture is called "The President's War Powers."

Those who cannot travel to northern California to attend the lecture can watch it online at www.law.stanford.edu/program/centers/conlaw/ after September 18.

For more information, please visit the Stanford Law School website.

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