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How to uphold the US Constitution, according to Thomas B. Griffith

Griffith graduated from BYU in 1978. He then studied law at the University of Virginia School of Law.

Wheatley fellow delivered this year’s G. Homer Durham Lecture, sponsored by the BYU Political Science Department.

BYU graduate, Wheatley fellow, lawyer, and jurist Thomas B. Griffith visited BYU for the Durham lecture series and encouraged those in attendance to defend the Constitution by building trust in democracy. Griffith gave his lecture about creating more trust in the American democratic system and reducing political polarity.

Student’s listen to Griffith’s lecture. Griffith’s speaking style had students both taking notes and laughing out loud.
Photo by Eleanor Lambert

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