Author Talk: Selma and the Liuzzo Murder Trials

James Turner, a 1957 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School, will discuss his new book, Selma and the Liuzzo Murder Trials: The First Modern Civil Rights Convictions (University of Michigan Press), on April 23 at the Wolf Law Building. The book tells the inside story of the prosecutions for a shocking 1965 murder that served as Turner's first civil rights assignment for the U.S. Department of Justice: the murder of civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo outside Selma after the March to Montgomery in 1965.

Turner served as deputy assistant attorney general,  the senior career lawyer in the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division, for 25 years under seven consecutive presidents of both parties.

Please register to attend by April 18.

Monday, April 23 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Wolf Law, Wittemyer Courtroom
2450 Kittredge Loop Drive, Boulder, CO 80309

Event Type

Lecture/Presentation

Interests

Law & Politics, Alumni & Forever Buffs

Audience

Students, Faculty, Alumni, General Public, High School Students

College, School & Unit

Law School

Website

https://lawweb.colorado.edu/events/de...

Cost

Free

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