As part of the inaugural W&L LAW READS program, the Law Library welcomes members of the W&L community to a free screening of the Academy Award-winning film, To Kill A Mockingbird, adapted from the classic 1960 novel by Harper Lee. Showtime is 5:00pm on Tuesday, February 3 in the Millhiser Moot Court Room.
After the film, stay to join members of the W&L faculty for a discussion of this influential American story and its legal, cultural, and historical aspects. Anticipated W&L faculty participants include:
- Marc Conner, Professor of English and Associate Provost
- Ted DeLaney, Associate Professor of History
- Lash LaRue, Professor of Law, Emeritus
- Jim Moliterno, Professor of Law
Also be sure to stop by the Law Library for a complimentary paperback of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, while supplies last, on the puzzle table across from Circulation. Take time out to enjoy this timeless favorite, or another book from the Library’s selection – W&L LAW READS!