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The Law Library of Louisiana is excited to once again host Professor Warren Billings on Friday, September 22 at noon for a CLE on “In Search of Fundamental Law: Louisiana’s Constitution, 1812-1974, A Reconsideration 25 Years On.”

The Law Library is also sponsoring a CLE with Marlene Trestman to be held at the National World War II Museum on Wednesday, November 29 at noon on legendary lawyer Bessie Margolin and the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials. From New Orleans's Jewish orphanage in which she was raised to the United States Supreme Court in which she championed workers' rights, Bessie Margolin made her mark on the biggest issues of her day -- including the Nazi war crimes trials after WWII. Marlene Trestman, author of Fair Labor Lawyer: The Remarkable Life of New Deal Attorney and Supreme Court Advocate Bessie Margolin, will discuss Margolin's important work in Nuremberg in 1946 shaping the historic American Military Tribunals that brought to justice more than 200 second-tier Nazis, including the judges, doctors, and industrialists. A book signing will follow the CLE.

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