The Adams Center

Past Events

 

2009 Health Care Symposium 

The Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society at Susquehanna University was pleased to present a two-day symposium examining the critical issues surrounding the health care debate. The goal of the symposium was to improve public understanding so that the audience may make informed decisions about whether our health care system can be saved and, if so, what needs to be done to save it.

2008 Death Penalty Symposium 

The Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society at Susquehanna University was pleased to present a two-day symposium examining whether the death penalty should be abolished. The goal of the symposium was to improve public understanding of issues surrounding the death penalty and to present thought-provoking discussions of the various viewpoints surrounding this controversial topic.

Adams Center Dialogue Series

For a number of years, the center hosted an annual dialogue featuring prominent leaders and scholars speaking on topics such as ethics, technology, privacy issues, taxation, constitutional law and death and dying. Published texts of the dialogue are available to interested colleges and universities, law schools, libraries, research institutes, and attorneys.

More Programs held by the Adams Center

2008 Programs

How the Pennsylvania Judiciary Upholds Rights and Liberties
10/28/08 – Transcript

Stress, Aging and Memory
10/04/08 – Transcript 

A Tribute to Arlin and Neysa Adams and Rededication of the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society – Keynote address given by the Hon. Samuel A. Alito, Jr.
9/15/08 – Transcript

The Membership, Role, Responsibility and Decisions of the United States Supreme Court
9/11/08 – Transcript

2007 Programs

Why Justice Must Be Blind: Defining Judicial Independence and Accountability in the Context of Controversial Cases
Transcript

The State of the Susquehanna River
10/06/2007 – Transcript 

Intelligent Design Theory: You're Going to Teach it Where?
09/27/2007 – Transcript 

Bare It or Bar It: 2007 Annual Dialogue Series
03/21/2007 – Transcript 

Wrongful Convictions
02/01/2007 




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