Left - Right: Michael Kron, Norman Williams, Jenin YounesPanel Discussion

Willamette Law’s Center for Constitutional Government brings together legal experts to discuss the constitutionality of COVID vaccine mandates.

Join the Center for Constitutional Government for a panel discussion on the constitutionality of COVID vaccine mandates.  Can the government require students receive the vaccine?  Government Employees? The public generally? If so, what does that say regarding the constitutional right to bodily autonomy, as recognized in Roe v. Wade?  Michael Kron, Special Counsel to the Oregon Attorney General, will present the arguments in favor of the legality of the mandates, and Jenin Younes, a lawyer with the New Civil Liberties Alliance who has challenged several vaccine mandates, will present the arguments against such mandates.

COVID Vaccine Mandates -- Lawful or Not? Nov 1 5:00 - 7:00 pm Room 201 Center for Constitutional GovernmentEvent Information

Date: November 1, 2021

Time: 5:30 - 7:30 pm PST

Location: Room 201/Zoom


kron.jpgMichael Kron

Special Counsel to AG Rosenblum 

Oregon Department of Justice

 Jenin YounesJenin Younes

Litigation Counsel 

New Civil Liberties Alliance

Panel Moderator

Norman Williams Norman Williams

Ken and Claudia Peterson Professor of Law, Director of the Center for Constitutional Government, Director of the Certificate Program in Law & Government

Willamette University

Centers of Excellence

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