Case Studies in Legal Ethics from World War II

"Case Studies in Legal Ethics from World War II: The Japanese Internment and the Ft. Lawton Court Martial”

Co-Sponsored by the WSBA Environmental and Land Use Law Section

Washington Supreme Court Justice Charles Wiggins will discuss the legal ethics surrounding two significant events during World War II:  the Japanese internment camps and the Ft. Lawton court martial of a group of African-American soldiers for the murder of an Italian prisoner of war.  These case studies of legal ethics under pressure hold important ethical lessons for lawyers today.

When: December 13, 2012
             3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Where: Women’s University Club
               1105 6th Avenue
               Seattle

CLE Credits: 2 ethics credits

Cost: Free for ELUL Section members
           $35 for active attorneys/non-section members *
           $35 for law students **

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* Active attorneys! Join the Environmental and Land Use Law Section for $35 and attend this seminar for free and enjoy many other ELUL Section benefits. (Section membership runs from the date of joining through September 30, 2013). Join the section prior to registering for this seminar.

** Law students! Join the Environmental and Land Use Law Section for $17.75 and attend this seminar for free and enjoy many other ELUL Section benefits. (Section membership runs from the date of joining through September 30, 2013). Join the section prior to registering for this seminar.
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