Prosecuting Evil: A Conversation on History and Justice with Gabriel Bach

Date
Event Location
Jerusalem, Israel

Rutgers University, The Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience & The International March of the Living present a special program featuring Gabriel Bach, Eichmann Trial Prosecutor and Former Justice of the Israeli Supreme Court

December 19, 2018 - Jerusalem, Israel

In 1961, the Eichmann trial served as the most public and prestigious search for a measure of justice following the unprecedented scope of evil that defined the Holocaust.

Even decades later, that trial, and the events that preceded it, continue to transfix our society and remind the world that justice must always be sought out even at great cost and effort – for that is what we owe to the victims of Nazism, their families and indeed a world that promotes freedom and human rights. The trial served as one of the first major events giving the Holocaust survivor community a voice and sense of collective purpose that remains a source of inspiration until today.

On December 19, 2018, a program presented by the Rutgers University Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience together with The International March of the Living will offer the chance to hear from one of the key remaining figures behind that dramatic trial and better appreciate the process of prosecuting one of the worst criminals in history and what it meant for Israeli society – and the system of justice in a modern democracy.

Speakers will include:

  • Justice Gabriel Bach
  • Richard D. Heideman
  • John J. Farmer, Jr.
  • Stephan Kramer
  • Irit Kohn
  • Elie Honig

For more information, please visit: https://motl.org/rutgers/

This program is co-sponsored by the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, A Division of the New Jersey State Bar Association. The CLE credits are available as listed below:

  • NJ CLE: This program has been approved for 2.4 credits (50 minute credit hour)
  • PA CLE: 2.0 substantive credits pending ($8 check payable to NJICLE)
  • NY CLE: (Transitional and Non-Transitional) 2.0 professional practice credits

Please visit this site for more information on receiving CLE credit.

Click here to access livestream on December 19th @ 12 PM EST

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