Founding Partner To Moderate CLE Discussion

Founding Partner To Moderate CLE Discussion

Founding Partner To Moderate CLE Discussion

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck|April 2, 2018

WHEN:
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
9 AM – 12 PM

WHERE:
New Jersey Law Center
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Donald Scarinci, Founding Partner of Scarinci Hollenbeck, will be moderating a program entitled “Eleanor, Franklin & the Re-Thinking of America”. The educational program, hosted by NJICLE, will feature actors portraying Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt in a discussion set in the 1930’s.

The program will consist of two interviews with the historic first couple regarding the challenges they faced during and beyond FDR’s presidency. Mr. Scarinci will first interview President Roosevelt to talk about his experiences dealing with the economic crisis of the Great Depression, his establishment of several key federal programs, his famous Fireside Chats and more. He will then speak with Eleanor Roosevelt about her work in supporting her husband’s policies and her groundbreaking efforts involving human rights and social justice.

"This event is a unique opportunity to learn more about the Roosevelts and their impact on the law and social policies of today," remarked Donald Scarinci.

For more information regarding the event and to register, please visit tcms.njsba.com

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