Please join the Louis D. Brandeis Law Society for a one-hour CLE program featuring dinner and a showing of “Omar Killed Me” a powerful film from Morocco, which deals with the dichotomy of two different forms of justice in France, one for the poor and one for the rich and powerful. This film, a modern-day Dreyfus Affair, and based on actual events, was the Moroccan entry for best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards. The film is presented as part of the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival at the Gershman Y and is co-sponsored by the Louis D. Brandeis Law Society, Comcast-Spectacor, and by Center City Film and Video.
Monday, November 5, 2012
Dinner at 5:30 pm at Ruth's Chris
Film at 7:30 pm at the Gershman Y
401 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
The discussion, following the film, will be lead by Francois Massonnat, Visiting Professor of French at Villanova University.
For those who wish to join us for dinner before the event, we have made arrangements for a 3 course meal at Ruth’s Chris at a greatly reduced price. Dinner will begin at 5:30. The program begins at 7:30.
Cost for the program, including CLE credit and dinner is $70.00 per person.
If you only wish to attend the film and discussion, the price is $12.00 (inclusive of CLE credit).
Please register using the form below and indicate whether you will pay online or with a check at the door.