US, Mexico relationship to be discussed at local conference

Conference held by St. Mary's Law School to take place on Friday

By Ben Spicer - Web Producer
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SAN ANTONIO - St. Mary's University School of Law is holding a conference on Friday that will discuss the future between United States and Mexico.

The Centennial of the Constitution of Mexico Celebratory Conference will take place in the Law Classrooms Building, found in room 102.

A discussion of the Constitution of Mexico, the Mexican Supreme Court and the Mexican Federal Congress will also take place. 

The conference will include a discussion of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case Hernandez v. Mesa, which stemmed from the incident of a U.S. border patrol agent on U.S. soil fatally shooting a Mexican teenager standing across the border in Mexico.

Speakers at the event will include Julian Castro, former Mayor of San Antonio and U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; Ministro Alberto Pérez Dayán of the Supreme Court of Mexico; The Hon. Erika A. Rodríguez Hernández, of the Chamber of Deputies for the LXIII Legislature of the Mexican Congress; and Ernesto Martens Rebolledo, former Secretary of Energy for Mexico, among others.

Conference registration is $50. To attend the lunch you must RSVP.

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