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  • The Shop Where I Live platform is an e-commerce marketplace & lead generation platform that helps small businesses to easily sell online together.  The goal is to showcase Chambers’ businesses to our communities and beyond.  This is a partnership designed to help local small businesses sell online via a national platform and still have local community support.


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    September 01, 2015
    How did the framers of the United States Constitution design the structural provisions to create a system of government in which public officials have systematic incentives to act in the public interest? On Monday, Sept. 14, St. Ambrose University will present a panel discussion and lecture exploring this topic with the techniques of the “Law and Economics” discipline. Both events will feature University of Iowa Professor of Law Robert Miller.
    Panel Discussion: ‘The Liberal Arts, Core Texts, and Pre-Professional Education’
    12-1:30 p.m. 
    Miller and SAU faculty members
    Lecture: ‘To Make Their Interests Coincide with Their Duties: The Law & Economics of the United States Constitution’
    7 p.m.
    Both the panel discussion and lecture will take place at the Rogalski Center, located at the corner of Ripley and Lombard Streets, one block west of Harrison Street. A reception will follow the lecture.
    Miller is a professor of law and the F. Arnold Daum Fellow in Corporate Law at the University of Iowa College of Law, Iowa City, as well as a Senior Scholar at the Classical Liberal Institute at the New York University School of Law, N.Y. His research interests include corporate and securities law, the economic analysis of law, and the philosophy of law. Miller earned his juris doctorate from Yale Law School, New Haven, Conn., where he was a senior editor of the Yale Law Journal and an Olin Fellow in Law, Economics and Public Policy. Earlier in his career Miller worked as a mergers-and-acquisitions lawyer with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, New York, N.Y. 
    SAU Constitution Day events are sponsored by the Department of Political Science and Leadership Studies.
    Jane Kettering
    ketteringjanee@sau.edu, (563) 333-5700