The Genius of the Founding Fathers:  Understanding the History of the Constitution and the Politics of the Modern U.S. Supreme Court


Thursday, September 18, 2014
4 p.m.
Roessner Hall, Room 203

In celebration of Constitution Day, local attorneys Jay Abramowitch and Scott Hoh will provide an entertaining journey through American history to explain how our country was founded, how the U.S. Constitution took shape, and how the foresight of the founders plays out every day.

Scott Hoh, Esq. ’89

Scott Hoh is a local attorney, business owner and an adjunct political science professor in Albright’s Accelerated Degree Program Hoh is an amateur historian and is working on a book about the founding fathers. Following his graduation from Albright, he went on to earn degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and the Temple University School of Law

Jay Abramowitch, Esq.

Jay Abramowitch’s civil trial practice spans more 40 years. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in all phases of civil litigation, and he has particular expertise handling insurance claims in both Pennsylvania state court and the federal trial courts. Abramowitch graduated from Lafayette College, with honors, and The Dickinson School of Law. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and has been named to America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals and the National Registry of Who’s Who. He has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer since 2011. 

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