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Webcast: Thurgood Marshall’s Coming!

**Utahbar.org is moving! The Utah State Bar Website will be moving to a new home this spring. The open house starts March 15, 2003. Come see it at http://silk.utahbar.org and update your bookmarks. We hope to go live on Monday April 1st, 2013**
Event Date 5/29/2013
Time 10:00 a.m – 12:45 p.m.
Event Location WEBCAST
Event Cost
$139 for Legal Aid Attorneys
$159 for Bar Members
$189 for Non-Bar Members
CLE Credit
2.5 Hrs. Online Self-Study (Ethics/Professionalism)

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FEATURING T. MYCHAEL RAMBO AS JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALL
Written by Anna Marie Thatcher, J.D. and Graham Thatcher, Ph.D.

Winner of the ABA 2005 Silver Gavel Honorable Mention Award in Theatre!

Thurgood Marshall is one of the giant figures in the history of American jurisprudence. As the passionate and embattled civil rights lawyer who acted as the lead attorney for the plaintiffs in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS, he helped win the U.S. Supreme Court decision to legally end racial segregation in the public schools in the United States. He was the first African American to serve as Solicitor General of the United States and became the first African American to serve as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The movie portrays Marshall as an old man as he ruminates and relives past trials and victories and uses Marshall's mastery of language, storytelling and imitation to create a powerful presentation. He is direct without being too rude and he "tells it like it is" without prevarication. His sense of humor and equanimity counteract some of the bitterness he felt in his long journey. His legal arguments and masterful rhetorical style are at once evocative and entertaining. Using Marshall's own writings and reflections, the play explores racism and civil rights and provides an engaging tool to facilitate discussion about these issues, not only in the legal profession, but in society at large.

Produced By:
Periaktos Productions L.L.C


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