Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The Constant Process Goes to BYU

Thanks to the significant efforts of my good friend Stuart Mitchel and to the LA Times article about Susan and I, The Constant Process is going to be screened at the BYU Law school next Wednesday March 11th at noon.

As I understand it the screening will take place in the Law School library. The building's abbreviation is JRCLS (J. Reuben Clark Law School). Its located on the corner of Campus Drive and 1200N, the room # is 275-276. Parking is supposed to be a little tricky, the big parking lot behind the school is for permit parking only. There is visitor parking to the south of the law school (across from the wilkinson student center) but it is fairly small and usually congested. So getting there early in order to find more remote parking is recommended.

I am excited about this event because it is an opportunity to screen the film for a Mormon audience and an audience that is concerned with both religion and the law. While the film is not directly about legal matters it does provide an opportunity to have a discussion that gives priority to human relationships, listening, and interpersonal ethics, over the more theoretical or abstract aspects of the law. So if you are in Provo next Wednesday please attend.

2 comments:

  1. Wow, it is really getting out there! We are excited for you!

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