Date(s) - Jul 18 2012
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Want to know more about it? Understand some things about Corporate Personhood but having a hard time explaining it? This teach-in will help to explain Corporate Personhood, its origins, and its devastating effects on our rights as natural persons over the past century of its legal evolution.
Eric Fink teaches at Elon School of Law in the areas of civil procedure, socio-legal studies, labor & employment law, professional responsibility, administrative law, and consumer rights. His research examines legal problems, institutions, and practices from a sociological perspective; his current projects include studies of privatization of municipal public services, and the conception of law in anarchist political thought. Before joining the Elon faculty, Fink taught legal writing at Stanford Law School, and practiced law in San Francisco and Philadelphia. He has also taught at St. Joseph’s University, University of Chicago and The Anglo-American College in the Czech Republic.
Occupy Winston-Salem will give a power-point and visual presentation in tandem, that explores the real human several of the landmark cases in which Corporations and their representatives have enabled monopolies and conglomerates to dominate regions and resist legal or public inspection and investigation.