The J. Byron McCormick Lecture
Fri Oct 31 2014 08:38:09 UA Law | Video Archive | 2007-08 McCormick Lecture - Updated: 09.06.08
SchauerDate/Time: Monday, September 10, at 10:00 a.m.

Topic: “The Consequences of the United States Abdicating its Moral and Political Leadership of the Free World.”

Speaker:
Richard J. Goldstone, retired justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa

Location: Crowder Hall Auditorium. Reception following the lecture in the Courtyard of the College of Law.

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Additional InformationThis year’s J. Byron McCormick Lecture took place on Monday, September 10, in the Crowder Hall Auditorium. The speaker was Richard J. Goldstone, retired justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. The topic was, “The Consequences of the United States Abdicating its Moral and Political Leadership of the Free World.” All students are invited and encouraged to attend.

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About the SpeakerJustice Richard Goldstone’s distinguished career in law, jurisprudence, and global policy gives him an exceptional perspective on the challenges of ensuring human rights around the world. Now retired as a Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, his experience ranges from war crimes prosecution to fact-finding missions, from international investigations to human rights advocacy. He most recently authored For Humanity: Reflections of a War Crimes Investigator, (2001) Yale University Press. Justice Goldstone’s many contributions to the bar, the bench, the academy and the non-governmental sector are profound and enduring.

About the Annual McCormick LectureThc J. Byron McCormick Society for Law and Public Affairs was formed to honor the memory of J. Byron McCormick who served the State of Arizona with great distinction as President of the University of Arizona, as Dean of the University's College of Law, and as an advisor to the Arizona Board of Regents.

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