2014 Annual Fireside
The 2014 JRCLS Annual Fireside will be held on . Elder Bruce C. Hafen will be the speaker. The event will be broadcast live at Mountain Time (rebroadcast time is Mountain Time). We invite those able to attend in person to join us in the Little Theater of the LDS Conference Center where there will be a reception and mingling following the broadcast. Please check with your local chapter to see if a group will be watching the fireside together in your area. Chapter leaders, it is not too late to organize an event! Please contact Mary Hoagland at email@example.com if you have questions about the fireside. If you need more information about how to watch the satellite broadcast, please contact your local stake satellite expert. The broadcast is not encrypted.
2014 Annual Conference
The 2014 JRCLS Annual Conference will be held in Kansas City, Missouri . A brief overview of the schedule and speakers is attached to this e-mail. There are several important LDS Historical Sites in the Kansas City area, including the Historic Liberty Jail, several sites in Independence, the Three Witnesses and Eight Witnesses Monuments, Far West, and Adam-ondi-Ahman. Speakers and presenters will include former U.S. Senator Bob Bennett, Elder Lance B. Wickman, the Missouri Attorney General, several Missouri and Kansas Supreme Court Justices, the Missouri Solicitor General James R. Layton, and many more. More details about the conference are available at http://www.jrclsconference.
Law and Religious Liberties SymposiumThe JRCLS Greater Phoenix Chapter is partnering with the St. Thomas More Legal Society to host a Law and Religious Liberties Symposium. The symposium will be held on Friday, January 24, 2014 at the Sandra Day O'Connor School of Law at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. Senator Jon Kyl will be the keynote speaker. Register by January 17th to receive a discount. Early registration is $40 for CLE credit, $20 for non-CLE credit, and $15 for students. Visit this link to register: https://www.
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