$20 registration fee includes museum admission, CLE credit, panel discussion and a dessert reception.
Preregistration is required
Register by phone at 216.593.0575
The 1894 court martial of French army Captain Alfred Dreyfus was the world’s first “trial of the century” – a media spectacle fueled by government misinformation and blatant anti-Semitism, all orchestrated in the name of national security. The case had a global impact, nearly destroying France’s reputation among civilized nations, sowing the seeds of future wars and even indirectly inspiring the birth of the modern Zionist movement.
In conjunction with a world-premiere exhibition “TRAITOR! Spies, Lies and Justice Denied: The Dreyfus Affair,” Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage are co-hosting a panel of legal professionals to discuss the Dreyfus Affair trials, and their implications in the legal community to this day.
Steven M. Dettelbach, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio
Judge Stuart A. Friedman, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court
Doron M. Kalir, Clinical Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law