The Law Library Association of St. Louis is proud to announce that it is hosting the American Bar Association (ABA) Travelling Exhibit, Lawyers Without Rights: Jewish Lawyers in Germany Under The Third Reich. The exhibit, never before seen in St. Louis, is at the Law Library Association from Sunday March 8 through Tuesday June 23, 2020. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE END DATE FOR THE EXHIBIT HAS BEEN EXTENDED FROM TUESDAY JUNE 9 TO MONDAY AUGUST 31. WE WILL NOTIFY YOU WHEN THE LIBRARY REOPENS AND HOPE YOU CAN SCHEDULE A VISIT OR TOUR AT THAT TIME.
Thanks to the 80 people who came out from the legal community, the Jewish community and the general community for the opening event for the exhibit "Lawyers Without Rights: Jewish Lawyers in Germany under the Third Reich." We heard from Rene Morency with the American Bar Association (ABA) Human Rights Committee about the origins and importance of this ABA traveling exhibit. Our keynote speaker, Dr. William Meinecke, Historian with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in DC, spoke about "Law, Justice and the Holocaust." The exhibit itself runs until June 9, 2020.
The Lessons of the Holocaust and the Creation of the International Criminal Court-at the Law Library Association
LECTURE AND CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) PROGRAM: Tuesday August 18, 2020, 12:30-1:30 PM
The Lessons of the Holocaust and the Creation of the International Criminal Court – presentation by Professor Leila Sadat, Washington University School of Law
This presentation is in conjunction with the Law Library Association exhibit, Lawyers Without Rights: Jewish Lawyers in Germany Under The Third Reich.