Southern Pines: Prof. Eric Muller Presents “The German Bar in the Third Reich"

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

7:00 PM

9:00 PM

Hannah Center of The O’Neal School, at 3300 Airport Road in Southern Pines

The Moore County Literacy Council is pleased to invite you to “The German Bar in the Third Reich”, a lecture by Eric L. Muller from the University of North Carolina School Of Law.
The lecture will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 in Hannah Center of The O’Neal School, at 3300 Airport Road in Southern Pines.  
RSVP to Stuart Mills, Executive Director of the MCLC (  
Please arrive a few minutes early, particularly if you are not familiar with the campus of The O’Neal School. The lecture will be followed by a reception for Professor Muller with light refreshments. There is no charge for attending the lecture or the reception.
Eric Muller is the Dan K. Moore Distinguished Professor in Jurisprudence and Ethics at the UNC School of Law. Professor Muller is widely published. His book “Free to Die for their Country: The Story of the Japanese American Draft Resisters in World War II” was listed as one of The Washington Post’s top non-fiction titles. He is also a fine speaker and teacher, having garnered several awards for his work in the classroom, including the Fredrick B. McCall Award for Teaching Excellence. He has appeared on several local and national media programs, including The O’Reilly Factor (Fox) and the Abrams Report (MSNBC). Professor Muller is a graduate of Brown University and Yale Law School.
Professor Muller’s talk “The German Bar in the Third Reich” is more historical than technical, and should be of great interest to students of history and constitutional issues, and fans of the rule of law.”
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