Join the Centennial Institute for our second-annual Constitution Day Lecture.
The Founding Fathers created the first modern form of government to acknowledge that rights came from God, not government. To preserve these liberties from the encroachment of political power, the United States Constitution was uniquely designed to protect individual liberty by dividing power among multiple branches, granting limited and enumerated powers to the federal government, ensuring checks and balances, and securing fundamental rights.
At a time when individual liberty seems to be under assault, it is essential that we return to our founding principles.
Constitution Day Lecture
Monday, September 18, 2023
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm MT
Great Hall, Anschutz Student Center
Colorado Christian University
8787 W. Alameda Ave
Lakewood, CO 80226
About Sean Nation
Sean Nation is Deputy General Counsel for the Mountain States Legal Foundation, where he focuses on defending individual liberty. A native of Georgia, he attended Emory University for his undergraduate and New York University School of Law. While at NYU, he helped to found the Journal of Law and Liberty, the first student-edited law journal dedicated to the critical exploration of classical liberal ideas. He has dedicated his career to helping individuals recover damages in class and collective actions. He is admitted to practice in the states of New York and Georgia and various federal courts.