Join Professor Kathy Bradley and her seminar students for a conversation about their recent spring break trip to Ghana. Learn about the interrelationship between Ghana's customary, constitutional, and statutory laws relating to marriage and spousal property, and hear what students are doing to help the pending Property Rights of Spouses Bill become law. Lunch will be served.For information, please contact Ali Prince at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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