Although seventy-five years have passed, the impact of the Holocaust continues to reverberate to this day. In this intensive all-day seminar, we will describe the Nazi legal architecture that prepared the groundwork for the Holocaust and the actors that made it happen. We will discuss how the world brought the perpetrators to justice, and how those lessons were incorporated into contemporary war crimes trials and integrated in modern litigation. Finally, we will explore the role of the bystander and address ways in which our society can properly immunize itself to help ensure that such dark historical events are never repeated.
Michael J. Bazyler, Professor + 1939 Society Law Scholar in Holocaust and Human Rights Studies | Dale E. Fowler School of Law, Chapman University
John M. Geiringer, Partner | Barack Ferrazzano; Co-Director, C-K Center for National Security and Human Rights Law | IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
Amos N. Guiora, Professor of Law | S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
Cathy Lesser Mansfield, Professor of Law | Case Western University School of Law
Steven H. Resnicoff, Professor of Law + Director of Center for Jewish Law and Judaic Studies | Depaul University College of Law
Adam Weber, Director of the International Trial Advocacy LL.M. Program + Lecturer | Chicago-Kent College of Law
This conference is open to the public and eligible for 6 hours of IL MCLE general credit, including 2 hours of professional responsibility credit. If you would like a kosher lunch option please contact CLE@kentlaw.iit.edu.
This seminar is free for Chicago-Kent students but registration is required. STUDENTS CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
IL MCLE Credit Hours: 6
565 W Adams St., Chicago, IL 60661
Regular Registration Fee - $100.00 per person
Alumni Price: $75.00 per person
Government Price: $75.00 per person