“The Diminishing Privacy of Americans in the 21st Century” with Jonathan Turley

Lecture Luncheon at River Oaks Country Club        Fee: $100
February 21, 2020       A Fishbowl Society: The Diminishing Privacy of Americans
Lecture: 11:00 a.m.    Luncheon: 12:00 noon     Valet Parking Included
Americans have long been defined by robust views of individual autonomy and privacy. However, in this century, we have suffered massive reductions in privacy due to governmental and private surveillance, data mining, and searches. Recent headliner Professor Jonathan Turley will explore the securitycameraslegal and technological changes that have laid the foundation for a fishbowl society in which citizens can be objects of continual surveillance. He is a nationally recognized legal scholar and commentator who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law. He is a graduate of Tulane Law School and the recipient of the prestigious Shapiro Chair for Public Interest Law at George Washington University. In addition to his extensive publications, Professor Turley has served as counsel in some of the most notable cases in the last two decades. His litigation in areas ranging from national security law to constitutional law appears regularly on the pages of the nation’s leading publications.