Sept. 21, 2012 – Marshall M. Criser Distinguished Lecture in Law with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas
A webcast is available here: http://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/2b954b0b758447ac855a7b19730e5dad1d.
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UF Levin College of Law
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas returns to UF Law to deliver this year’s Criser Lecture at 10 a.m. Friday in the Marcia Whitney Schott Courtyard. Thomas will participate in a discussion based on questions submitted by four UF Law students.
The Marshall M. Criser Distinguished Lecture Series was created in early 2007 by Lewis Schott (B.A. 1943, LL.B. 1946) of Palm Beach, Fla., as a tribute to his fellow UF Law alumnus, former UF President Marshall Criser (JD 51). The goal of the speaker series is to host prestigious national and international speakers every year on topics of particular interest to law students. Past speakers have included Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens (ret.), Justice Clarence Thomas and former ABA President Stephen Zack (JD 71).
This event is not open to the public and tickets are required. Tickets are available free of charge to students, faculty and staff.