PAUL J. CAVISE TO DELIVER LECTURE ON “UNDERSTANDING THE BILL OF RIGHTS”
AT THE STRAUSS MANSION MUSEUM IN ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, N.J. — The Monthly Speaker Series from the Atlantic Highlands Historical Society is proud to announce the appearance of Professor Paul J. Cavise for a discussion of the United States Constitution and its first ten amendments.
"The Bill of Rights is a concept that defines the United States of America, and distinguishes it from every other nation" said Professor Cavise. "For over 200 years, we have been trying to interpret the Bill of Rights; and as the amendments evolve, we must continue a dialogue about what each amendment means to us individually and in our daily lives. That conversation first requires that we have a good understanding of the challenges presented today by each amendment,” he said.
Professor Cavise will speak on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at 7:30 p.m., at the Strauss Mansion Museum at 27 Prospect Circle in Atlantic Highlands. Admission is free.
“We are delighted to be able to address such a timely and important topic in our 2018 Speakers Series,” said Lynn Fylak, president, Atlantic Highlands Historical Society. “This will be an informal way for Monmouth County residents to understand more about our Bill of Rights.”
This interactive lecture is the second in the series of monthly meetings and lectures held each year at the Strauss Mansion Museum, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2018.
About Paul J. Cavise:
Paul Cavise graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a Bachelor of Science degree and a dual concentration in Engineering and French; he attained the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army. He also holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a dual concentration in Management and Operations Research, and a Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers University with a dual concentration in Corporate and Estate Law. Mr. Cavise founded Computer Law Corporation in 1980. He later became a vice president at Goldman, Sachs & Co. Doctor Cavise retired from the military after 20 years, and from the practice of law after 30 years. He now teaches courses to college freshmen and sophomores.
About the Strauss Mansion Museum:
The Strauss Mansion Museum is an elegant nineteenth century Queen Anne style home listed on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places. It is maintained in period style by the all-volunteer Atlantic Highlands Historical Society. The only Queen Anne style building open to the public in Monmouth County, It is located high on a hill at 27 Prospect Circle in Atlantic Highlands. The Atlantic Highlands Historical Society is a tax exempt 501(c)3 organization. To learn more visit www.ahhistory.org.