Nazi Law During the Holocaust and A Survivor’s Story

Nazi Law During the Holocaust and a Survivor’s Story

World Without Genocide will host a program about the Nazi legal system that implemented the persecution and destruction of the Jews. The talk focuses on actions of German judges and lawyers during the Third Reich, and the Nuremberg trial at which they were prosecuted for their responsibility in the Holocaust.

Fred Amram, Holocaust survivor, will speak about his childhood in Nazi Germany and the impact of the Holocaust on his extended family.

The program concludes with an examination of ethical issues in the legal profession today.

This event will be held on Wednesday, April 26 at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, 875 Summit Ave, St. Paul, Auditorium, from 7:00-9:00 pm. The talk is open to the public; no reservations are necessary. $10 general public, $5 students and seniors, and free to Mitchell Hamline students. PLP credit available for Mitchell Hamline students. Two standard CLE credits are available for lawyers, two ‘clock hours’ for educators.

Co-sponsored by the Germanic-American Institute and the Minnesota State Bar Association, Human Rights Committee.

Website Flier, Fred Amram