Seminar offers chance to step into Savannah’s legal past
3:24 pm, May 10th, 2012
History buffs may find an upcoming seminar in Savannah an appealing way to stock up on continuing legal education credits.
The seminar, set for May 24-25 at the federal courthouse in Savannah, will cover the city’s legal history. Presented by the Georgia Legal History Foundation, sessions will include reflections on the early life of Justice Clarence Thomas from his boyhood friends and remarks on the legacy of Eleventh Circuit Judge Phyllis Kravitch and her lawyer father, the late Aaron Kravitch. Old war stories as well as more recent controversies, such as the Troy Davis death penalty case, are on the agenda.
The seminar carries 9.5 hours of CLE credit—including an ethics credit. Those interested can use this registration form.