EVENTS

Lawrence W. Reed to keynote 2012 SFL Austin Regional Conference

Start Saturday, November 17, 2012 9:00 AM

End Saturday, November 17, 2012 8:00 PM

In partnership with the Students for Liberty, FEE president Lawrence W. Reed will be the evening keynote speaker at the 2012 SFL Austin Regional Conference. His talk “The Difference One Can Make—Unsung Heroes of History” will introduce the audience to the stories of incredibly inspiring but lesser known individuals whose courage and character teach volumes to people of all ages.

Organized by students and for students, this conference is an incredibly valuable way for young people to further connect with the rapidly growing liberty movement, and to connect with the Foundation for Economic Education in particular. This regional conference is a one-day event held on November 17, Saturday, at the University of Texas in Austin. The event is hosted by the University of Texas Libertarian Longhorns.

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Location

University of Texas in Austin
1 University Station
2012-11-17 20:00:00, TX 78712
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Event Contact

Contact: Kelly Jemison
Email: kjemison@studentsforliberty.org

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TSVETELIN M. TSONEVSKI

Tsvetelin Tsonevski is director of academic affairs at FEE. He holds an LL.M. degree in Law and Economics from George Mason School of Law.

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