Judith S. Sherwin Educates Students on the Bill of Rights Through National Constitution Center's Scholar Exchange Program
As a member of the National Constitutional Center’s Scholar Exchange program, Judith S. Sherwin will serve as a featured legal scholar in her first virtual presentation outlining the Bill of Rights with middle school students on Thursday, May 12.
The program invites students to actively participate, interact with legal professionals and learn about constitutional principles. These discussions are led by diverse legal professionals and constitutional studies scholars allowing a unique approach to constitutional education.
Judy’s presentation will be the first of her ongoing monthly series addressing middle school to college-aged students on various constitutional topics.
Read more about the Scholar Exchange program here.
Judy is a health care attorney with a wide range of experience representing hospitals, long-term care providers, nursing homes and other health care providers with respect to litigation, regulatory, compliance and transactional matters. She previously taught a first amendment course as an adjunct professor at Loyola University Chicago School of Law for several years.