The Young Americans for Liberty at Northeastern University drew at least 150 students to their event “Alcohol, Parties & the Law,” presented by C.L. Lindsay. C.L. Lindsay is an attorney who founded the Coalition for Student & Academic Rights (CO-STAR). Through the night he spoke to students about how to have a party without getting busted by the police (or ticking off your neighbors).
Through his fun and entertaining presentation C.L. covered virtually every legal pitfall, including how to collect money legally, keg laws, underage drinking laws, noise ordinances, etc.
The best part of the event besides the enthusiastic student audience? The school helped sponsor the event and was very supportive of it, as it is in their best interest if students stay out of trouble (since they won’t stop having parties).
Additional supporting organizations include O.P.E.N., Delta Zeta, Kappa Sigma, Pi Delta Psi, Sigma Beta Rho and the Student Activity Fee.