Boston University School of Law

BU Law Exhibit - Lawyers Without Rights: The Fate of Jewish Lawyers in Germany after 1933

Summary

BU Law Exhibit - Lawyers Without Rights: The Fate of Jewish Lawyers in Germany after 1933

Description

The German Consulate General in Boston with the support of the Boston University School of Law and the German Federal Bar Association cordially invite you to view the traveling exhibition, "Lawyer's Without Rights: The Fate of Jewish Lawyers in Germany after 1933."

In 1933, more than 3,000 of the practicing lawyers in Germany were Jewish or of Jewish descent. This exhibition charts the life of 20 such German lawyers from 1933 through the years of Hitler’s regime and - for those who survived - beyond.

Exhibition Hours for the BU Community:
Weekdays 1pm – 3pm

Starts

1:00pm on Friday, February 18th 2011

End Time

3:00pm

Location

Boston University School of Law, Barristers Hall, 765 Commonwealth Avenue

Recurs

every day until Tue Feb. 22nd, 2011

Topics

Alumni, J.D. Central, LL.M. Central