4/19/2016 CLE Why Universities Need a Definition of Anti-Semitism

The Jewish Law Students' Association (JLSA) at University of Washington, The Cardozo Society at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, and StandWithUs Northwest are proud to present a lecture by Ken Marcus:

Why Universities Need a Definition of Anti-Semitism

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
12:30 - 1:30 pm

UW School of Law
4293 Memorial Way Northeast
Seattle, WA 98195

Ken Marcus, former Director of the United States Commission on Civil Rights and now president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, will speak on the legal rights of students who are affected by religious bias and discrimination on college campuses, the legal causes of action applicable, and how universities can promote the civil rights of all students by adopting definitions of antisemitism and other religious discrimination.

RSVP to [email protected]

About the Cardozo Society

The Cardozo Society is the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle's affinity group for legal professionals and the official Washington State Bar Association minority bar for Jewish lawyers in Washington. Cardozo Society programming integrates legal and Jewish concerns to demonstrate the unique contributions the legal profession can make to improve the Jewish and local communities.

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The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle www.jewishinseattle.org