University of Pittsburgh

Mixed Marriage Prohibitions in Nazi Germany and their Rule of Law Implications for Past and Future

Thursday, April 16, 2009 · 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
University of Pittsburgh School of Law · Alcoa Room
3900 Forbes Avenue · Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15260
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Professor Vivian Curran will speak on legal methods used by the Nazi regime in Germany to regulate marriage between German citizens.   Professor Curran will examine the impact of the laws in Nazi Germany and their implications for modern rule of law issues.

Cost: $25.00

This course has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for One (1) hour of Substantive credit.   No Pre-Registration.   Pay at the door with a check for $25.00 made payable to "University of Pittsburgh School of Law."   For further information, please call Wes Rist (412) 383-6754 or email dwrist@pitt.edu

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