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Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights
Tex. J. on C.L. & C.R. ISSN: 1930-2045 (replaces 1085-942X)
727 E. Dean Keeton St.
Austin, TX 78705
http://www.txjclcr.org // tjclcr@law.utexas.edu

(512) 232-1278 (Ed Off). (512) 232-1149 (Bus Off).

Liberty Lunch Series - Amy Magee
Thursday, Oct 30, 11:30am to 12:30pm

The University of Texas School of Law
TNH 3.124 (click for School map)



The Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights [homepage] invites you to participate in the next installment of its
brown bag lunch series entitled Liberty Lunches. These lunches will feature local attorneys who practice in the areas
of civil liberties and civil rights.

These informal discussions will afford students the opportunity to interact with practitioners from the non-profit,
government, and private sectors that have made a career out of protecting individuals’ liberties.

This week’s speaker is Amy Magee [bio], a Senior Attorney for the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) [homepage].
TASB is a voluntary, nonprofit, statewide educational association that serves and represents local Texas school districts.

Amy served with TASB as a law clerk for two years and as a staff attorney for almost two years. She has developed
her expertise in school law with an emphasis on constitutional law, student issues, governance, and business issues.
She also provides consultation and local policy review to the organization’s members, including all of the state’s school
districts, community colleges, and education services centers.
In addition, Amy has developed several publications and training materials including the training DVD and
program entitled Bullying and Harassment in Schools distributed nationally and the upcoming Religion in the Public
Schools training DVD and program.

Please bring your lunch on October 30 and be prepared for a lively discussion of Ms. Magee’s work as a civil rights attorney.
Dessert will be provided.

Who: Amy Magee
What: Lively discussion about Ms. Magee’s practice
When: 11:30- 12:20, October 30, 2008
Where: TNH 3.126 [Law School map]

For more information about this event or the Liberty Lunch series, please contact the Journal at
TxJCLCR@law.utexas.edu [email].

Liberty Lunches are sponsored through a generous grant from the University Co-op [homepage].



The University of Texas
School of Law
University Co-op
Texas Journal on Civil Liberties
& Civil Rights


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